7/16 – Well, we made it to Milan finally! Hello Italia. Although several randies tried to claim their seats were in our little train cubicle, we indeed arrived in one piece to the train station in Milan that night. From there we got a taxi to Minas Hostel… Minas had a really nice staff andContinue reading “Part 3: Milan”
Today we roller bladed to the beach.
NICE – 7/15 – Monday at the crack of dawn, we sleepily checked out of St. Christopher’s Inn and made our first of three trains Nice bound. Definitely slept through the first train ride- Bastille Day wears a person out I tell ya! Despite having the train route from hell, we did eventually arrive inContinue reading “Part 2: Nice”
PARIS – So Friday, July 12th came very quickly and of course Cass and I hadn’t packed for our three-week backpacking adventure until the day of so that was special! In an unfortunately hung-over, humid, and hurried state we stuffed our supposedly TSA regulation backpacks with as much as we possibly could. A few hoursContinue reading “Backpacking Trip Part 1: Paris”
Having graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln this May, I am now living in Barcelona for a while with a friend, Cassandra, from back home. We both Travel Tips for the Young and The Restless – The Halls
After a seemingly endless hiatus, I am back on the blog grind people! It has been a little over three weeks since I last updated this bad boy and I am excited to share what we’ve seen, done, and survived over that time. So I will now attempt to pick up where I left offContinue reading “We ❤ Tossaaaaaaa”
The fam above Las Arenas in bcn!
So since I last updated this bad boy it has been a bit crazy around here! Last week started off with a bang (literally) – on Monday (7/1) Cass and I took the train to Sant Cugat and walked around town with the boys and Marisol. We got some helado and ate it in theContinue reading “As of Late (SparkNotes Version)”
Friday started out with a “good workout” for Cass and I – aka we walked from Petra’s to Gaudi’s Park Güell. That basically entailed us walking up San Francisco-style hills for a half hour or so, but it was nice to get to walk through the Gracia neighborhood and such. Like usual, we had plannedContinue reading “Party Heels”
Well my last post left off when Cass and I were trying to figure out the train reservation situation. When we finally ended up getting to la estación de Francía on Tuesday, we were eventually informed that we had to have our EU Rail passes on our person when we wanted to purchase the individualContinue reading “Lose Yourself”