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The Many Sites of Rome (Part I) – Italy

Rome has a lot of sites to visit, and the city is quite large to navigate.  After checking into our hotel, we decided to hit the ground running and check out some sites nearby.   The first place we visited was a church that had several armed guards in front of it.  The inside looked very...
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Vatican City, Italy

The Vatican is the quintessential place to visit when you're in Rome. This was the place I was looking forward to the most out of all of our sightseeing in Italy.  Unfortunately for us, the day we booked our tour was the day it was pouring rain in Rome. It wasn't so bad though, as majority of the...
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The Amalfi Coast, Italy

Our next stop was to visit the small towns along the Amalfi Coast in Italy.  There are several options on how to explore the various towns - train, bus, or rent your own car/moped.  When researching which option we should do, we were considering renting a car, but after reading several warnings from...
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Pompeii and Naples, Italy

Our first stop of our Italy tour started in Salerno. We flew from Dubrovnik to Rome, then took a train to Salerno from there. Salerno is a city south of Naples which could also be considered a southern Amalfi coast city. We arrived at night and took a stroll down the main street. Hungry from...
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Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

So I have a confession…I actually never knew Croatia even existed up until a few years ago. Croatia was not a destination ever on my radar, but I slowly started hearing more about it and seeing travel photos from people (especially on Instagram). After seeing some gorgeous images of the waterfalls...
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Parillas and the Blue Dollar exchange, Argentina

If you've been following any of our previous posts, it's very apparent that the best place to get ripped off because you're a tourist, is by a cab driver.  When arriving at a new city, don't speak the language, and you have all your luggage with you and just want to get to your hotel and check in,...
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Valparaiso, Chile

Valparaiso is a small town about an hour bus ride away from Santiago, Chile.  Prior to going to Valparaiso, we had read online about how petty theft seemed to be a big problem, especially for tourists here. A particular story I read online that made me feel a little uneasy was about a girl who...
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Cusco, Pisac, and a Cancelled Flight – Peru

Prior to Machu Picchu, we were switching hotels every 1 to 2 nights and constantly on the move. Cusco was our first place where we had some time to slow down, relax and enjoy.   One of the first activities we did was visit the Ccochahausi Animal Sanctuary. This sanctuary rescues...
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Machu Picchu, Peru

I was extremely excited to finally to be able to visit one of the greatest man made wonders of the world, Machu Picchu. An interesting back story behind this place. Machu Picchu is actually one of the best preservered Inca ruins that was never discovered by the Spanish conquistadors. If you've read...
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