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Day trip to Siena, Italy

While staying in Florence for about a week, we had time to take a day trip to the nearby town of Siena. This time, we took the bus since the train that runs from Florence to Siena did not stop in the historical center of town.     Siena is located about an hour and a half bus...
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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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Walking the Walls & A Food Tour in Old Town Dubrovnik, Croatia

Our last stop of our tour of Croatia was to Dubrovnik.  From Hvar, we took a hydrofoil catamaran that took about 3.5 hours to arrive. The most important item on our list for this city was to walk the old town city wall. The next day we woke up extra early to beat the crowds. Here is a video we...
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Game of Thrones Filming Locations, Croatia & Spain

Minh and I had always heard good things about Game of Thrones and we actually attempted to watch it a couple years ago. However, we just couldn’t get through the first episode as there were so many characters, and it wasn’t captivating enough for us to continue. After that attempt we never tried...
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Split, Hvar, Brač, Croatia

Arriving in Split was quite a change from the two previous towns we had been staying at (Rovinj and Zadar). Split definitely was more tourist heavy and the shops and numerous vendors catering towards tourists was more evident.  Just hopping off the bus and seeing the piles of backpacker backpacks...
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Zadar and Krka National Park, Croatia

Our next destination of our Croatian tour led us a 4 hour drive south to the historic city of Zadar. On our way, we had to take a ferry which loaded the bus and gave us a great view of the coastline. Many of the tourist destinations in Croatia have historic old towns. Zadar is set within...
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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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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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