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Exploring Castles and Mansions in Sintra, Portugal

A relatively easy day trip from Lisbon is to the city of Sintra.  We took an early morning train from Lisbon to Sintra.     The day we went, it was raining and foggy most of the day, so we decided to skip out on visiting The Castle of The Moors (Castelo Dos Mouros), as it's...
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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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The Trang An Grottoes in Ninh Binh, Vietnam

The most popular attraction to visit in Ninh Binh are the Trang An Grottoes. The grottoes consists of a handful of caves and rocks towering out from a large network of canals and lakes.     To get to Trang An from Mua Cave is a short 40 minute bike ride away so we borrowed...
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Picturesque Halong Bay, Vietnam

When planning out our Vietnam portion of our travels, we knew that Halong Bay was one of the must visits during our time in the Northern part of Vietnam. The only problem was that we were going during a not so ideal time in terms of weather, as it was winter time. Being the Los Angeles kids we...
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A Day Trip to Cordoba, Spain

About 85 miles north-east from Seville is the medieval city of Cordoba. One of the major capitals during the Spanish Muslim rule and also designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO, we knew it was something that couldn't be missed when visiting Andalucia, Spain. The most popular major attraction in...
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Seville, Spain

We arrived in Seville (or Sevilla as the locals would say) around 7PM and were shown to one of the cutest Air Bnbs we've stayed at yet.   Our host, Ana, is super sweet and nice and even wrote us a little welcome note with a small bottle of champagne waiting for us in the...
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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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Last stop of our Italian tour, Venice, Italy

After three weeks in Italy, we were headed to our final stop, Venice. From Lake Como, we took a train back to Milan then transferred on to another train to Venice, roughly 4 and a half hours. I love how efficient and speedy the train infrastructure of Italy is. It definitely makes traveling...
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Romantic Lake Como, Italy

After hearing many great things about Lake Como, we decided to go there for one night. We hopped on another train heading north to  Lake Como before our last stop of Italy. The Milan station is a really large hub, and it looks like a newly renovated part of the station, as you can see the old...
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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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