Le Petite Guide to Salamanca, Spain

I first visited Salamanca, Spain in 2013. It was an experience like no other where a medieval town was swarming with university students. Known to be a “University Town” due to housing the oldest university in Spain, Universidad de Salamanca, it has a feel of both history and youth. During the day, you can roam […]

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Le Petite Guide to Avila, Spain

Avila was a town out of a picture book. One of the oldest medieval towns in Spain, Avila has stayed preserved in time. Within it’s ancient streets you can find little pops of colors along the walls. Calls for a beautiful scenery and backdrop for a quick snap. Aside from being a medieval town, Avila […]

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Le Petite Guide to Madrid

The first time I hit the streets of Madrid was in 2013. It was a¬†Cosmos Tour – The Best of Spain & Portugal¬†and I had the time of my life. Spain has its popular cities like Madrid ( of course ) and Barcelona. However, my two favorite cities are Seville and Salamanca. Definitely underrated cities […]

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Le Petite Guide to Berlin, Germany

Happy June! That means, travel month! When I went to Berlin last summer, I had high expectations. Ever since I was a child I had been interested in the Holocaust and all of it’s history. I thought Berlin would be a city stuck in that time period where the buildings still reflected the history of […]

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Le Petite Guide to Dresden, Germany

Dresden was my first introduction to a town where I could imagine Grimm fairy tales occurring. From my trip in Eastern Europe, Germany’s small towns of Dresden and Hamlen were my absolute favorites. HISTORY During WWII, the American and British armies bombed the city of Dresden where approx. 25,000 civilians died. Not only was the population […]

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