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Discovering the Food Scene of Prague with Pragusto

Our visit to Prague led us to some amazing attractions that the city had to offer. We strolled through the touristy historic center of Old Town, watched the Astronomical Clock as it struck at the top of the hour which put on a small show for the crowd to admire, strolled across historic Charles...
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Central Market (Phsar Thmey) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

On our last day in Phnom Penh, we had a few hours to do some remaining exploration before hopping on a bus to the next city on our Cambodian tour to Kampot.   We headed out to the Central Market (also known as Phsar Thmey), which seemed catered to both tourists and locals alike.  It's a...
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The National Museum & Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

We'd finally arrived at our hotel, Rambutan Resort in Phnom Penh after spending the day on a bus from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.     After settling into our hotel, we took a tuk-tuk into the main area of town in search of food.  We were dropped off right in the heart of the...
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Frequently Asked Questions

After discovering the huge online travel community and so many other long-term and frequent travelers, we sometimes are surprised and forget that our Round The World trip is not considered common and we are usually met with a bunch of questions from people.  We left our hometown of Los Angeles in...
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Things to do in Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon was one of the more memorable cities we've visited in Europe. If you ever find yourself in this charming city, here are some activities you can do during your time there.       TAKE A FREE WALKING TOUR One of the first things we look up when arriving to a city is...
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Madrid, Spain

Our last stop in Spain was to the city of Madrid. Due to a bad hotel choice, we ended up in a really far location away from all the action and basically lost a day and a half of being able to do any sight seeing. This taught us a very valuable lesson that trying to save extra money on a hotel that’s...
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Visiting the Alhambra in Granada, Spain

One of the places we were looking forward to the most to visit in Spain was the Alhambra. Initially constructed as a small fortress on the foothills of Granada, it ended up being renovated and used as a residential palace for a Yusuf I, the Sultan of Granada. Being from the town of Alhambra,...
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The Must-See Gaudi Architecture in Barcelona (Part II), Spain

After spending the morning at Park Güell, we both had a better understanding and appreciation for Gaudi's work and were looking forward to visiting La Sagrada Familia.  We bought tickets for mid afternoon, as we read that it gets really crowded and busy in the morning. The entrance to the Sagrada...
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The Must-See Gaudi Architecture in Barcelona (Part I), Spain

We didn't have any impressions about Barcelona when we decided to visit the city as part of our world tour. Previous to arrival, we read about how the Sagrada Familia was a must visit in Barcelona but still did not think much of it until the night we arrived. Our hotel was situated just 2 blocks...
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Hiking beautiful Cinque Terre, Italy

After Florence, we hopped on the train again for a 3 hour ride north to the picturesque villages of Cinque Terre. Considered the Italian Riviera, we'd imagine it to be similar to the Amalfi coast with a rugged coastline of buildings, but it turned out to be different and much more enjoyable mainly...
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