I don’t have too many regrets about the time I spent living in Europe, but as I get further and further away from that magical year when I visited 25 countries, one disappointment stands out – not visiting Greece. As a professional in the travel marketing industry, Greece is a destination that comes up time … [Read more…]
On a brisk wintry day I pedaled through dampness and pending darkness, racing against the clock, or rather the setting sun that hid behind thick clouds, to make it to my final stop of the day. The hours of daylight are short in Copenhagen’s winter months, and with just a long weekend to explore Denmark’s … [Read more…]
14 countries. 21 cities. In today’s Women Who Travel Solo, Kathrin Hälbichof shares memories and tips for a solo backpacking trip through Europe.
I love cities and the Danish capital of Copenhagen is definitely one of Scandinavia’s city highlights, perfectly mixing fascinating history with its modern, vibrant culture. You can spend the day in Copenhagen walking around its historic, cobblestone streets and renowned museums and then enjoy the evening exploring the posh dining and nightlife scene at places like Noma, … [Read more…]
Two weeks ago something really cool happened. The San Francisco Giants won the World Series for the third year in the past five! On a travel related note, I also had the opportunity to be interviewed for The Daily Travel Podcast by Nathaniel Boyle, a fellow travel junkie and storyteller. Not only does Nathaniel have one heck … [Read more…]
Hola my faithful readers! Tomorrow marks the beginning of Semana Santa, or Holy Week in Spain, and with that Something In Her Ramblings is off on a 10-day adventure to Eastern Europe. Here’s a look at the destinations I’ll be visiting: Something In Her Ramblings Heads to Eastern Europe Krakow, Poland … [Read more…]