Sintra Portugal – Stop In For A Bit!

Sintra, Portugal was suggested to us by the wonderful staff at Traveller’s Inn in Lisbon. We decided to take a day trip there once we found out all about it! It’s very easy and quick to get there. The train costs about 5 euros and the trip takes about 40 minutes. Once you get there […]

Couch Surfing – Travel For FREE!

If you want something even cheaper than hostels and much more personal, than you may want to check out the website couchsurfing.org For a low price, or sometimes free you can sleep on someone’s couch (hence the name), in their guest room, on the floor, whatever. People like this because it’s a lot more personal. […]

Tipping in Europe

Europe doesn’t tip as much as the United States does. I think this is a good thing, but here are some tips to make you feel better. The standard tipping for restaurants is 5-10%, but many places include a service fee. It usually says on the check, but you can always ask if you are […]

Scams In Europe – Don’t Let A Pickpocket Get Ya

While Europe is on average a safer place than the United States, there are some specialty tricks thief’s will use to get your attention and your money. As long as you know them ahead of time you will be prepared and feel safe. The first one is a game street vendors will play with cups […]

How To Find Your Table In Europe

This is always the awkward part…you get to a restaurant and you aren’t sure if you should seat yourself or sit anywhere. In Belgium, Spain, and France you usually sit yourself. Places like Ireland, Italy and Portugal they normally sit you. Other places, I’m not entirely sure, but look what others are doing or just […]

Cell Phones In Europe

This advice is mainly for study abroad students who will be staying in a country for a couple months up to a year. *For those going on a short vacation I would bring your regular cell phone to Europe and only use it for emergencies. Make sure to tell everyone not to call you because […]

Time Zones in Europe

It is actually very important to know what time zone you are in and what time zone you are traveling to. You may think you have a 3 hour flight, but it is really four because you fly through a different Time Zone in Europe. This has happened to my friends and I more than […]

Brussels Train Stations

For whatever reason, Brussels has numerous train stations which can be a bit of a hassle to normal people. I’ve been to all three for various reasons so I have some pros/cons for each Brussels train station. The three most popular are Gare du Midi (South) Gard du Nord (North) Gare Central (Central) The biggest […]

Delirium Brussels Bar

The definition of delirium is the decline in attention-focus, perception, and cognition. This is why Delirium Brussels is the best name for the biggest bar in Brussels. People may or may not know about the extensive collection of Belgian beers. If you are traveling to Brussels, you absolutely must stop at Delirium Brussels. You will […]

Safety in Europe

While I don’t think Europe is any different in terms of security than the US, it is important to know what to do in case something happens. What is the equivalent to 911 in the United States? The emergency number is 112 is used in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, […]

Barcelona Las Ramblas

A trip to Barcelona is not complete without a walk down Barcelona Las Ramblas. Barcelona Las Ramblas is about 1.2 kilomotres long. It is basically a giant walkway just for pedestrians with two very small lanes on each side. Barcelona Las Ramblas is filled with many exciting things including souvenirs, artists, performers,musicians, and lots of […]

Best Times to Travel in Europe

Obviously the most important times of the year to travel are the summer months (June-August), but these might not be the best times to travel. First of all, it’s hot! If you have ever been in the Roman metro in the middle of the day in 90 degree weather you know why this is a […]

Hostels in Europe – Cheap Youth Hostels

If your image of hostels is that they are dirty, loud, and uncomfortable, than you have not been to a good hostel recently. Hostels are the accommodation for young people. Where else can you sleep for as little as 8 euro? The average cost of a euro is about 20-30 euro. Some euros come with […]

Paris On A Budget

You can spend years living in Paris and never see anything because there’s just so much to do, but that also means you can spend a lot of money. My friends and I went to Paris for three days and spent 250 euros on transportation, food, lodging, attractions, and gifts. I’m here to help you […]

Neuschwanstein Castle From Sleeping Beauty

The Neuschwanstein Castle is probably the most famous castle in the world. The Neuschwanstein Castle is the castle they based the Sleeping Beauty Castle on in Disneyland. Nestled in the Bavarian countryside, this beautiful castle sits between high mountains and clear blue lakes. It takes about 2 hours by train to get to the Neuschwanstein […]

Budget Airlines in Europe

You may have already seen my post about RyanAir, the most popular budget airline in Europe, but there are a few more key websites and key airlines you should be aware of. My favorite budget airline in Europe is EasyJet. Although the number of cities is limited, it offers a wider range of flights for […]

Ryanair – The Airline For Cheap Flights

Ryanair has recently made headlines when it has stated it would like to charge people to use the toilets on their airplane. If you have ever been on a Ryanair flight you know this is just a small step up from selling cosmetics, bus tickets, and snacks on their plane rides. If you are looking […]

Belgian Beers – Have You Tried One?

Before I came to Brussels I hated beer. People told me I just needed to taste the right kind or get used to it, but then I went to Brussels and everything changed. Belgian beer is delicious. Belgian beer is diverse. There are over 100 kinds of Belgian beers. Lambic beer has been fermented with […]

Bars in Brussels – Don’t Miss These!

Drink The Grand Place of Brussels has many unique restaurants and bars surrounding it. One such bar is ‘Cercueil’ which is the French word for Coffin. It is located on Rue harengs 10 which is a little side street off the Grand Place. If you are staring at the City Hall (Hotel d’ville) than turn […]

Brussels Things To Do

There are many fun things to do in Brussels. One of the nicest things to do in Brussels is have a picnic in a park. Parc Cinquantenaire Brussels has many green spaces where you will often find teens and adults alike hanging out after school or work. My favorite park is Parc Cinquantenaire. The main […]

European Quarter in Brussels – Location of European Parliament

European Quarter Brussels is nicknamed the capital of Europe because of the location of the Park Leopold and NATO. While NATO is located about 30 minutes outside of the city, the European quarter is a substantial area of the city. Housing the European Parliament, Commission, and Council, on any given week day the European Quarter […]

Brussels Airports Guide

TO/FROM the AIRPORT Brussels Airport (BRU): This is the main Brussels airport. The cheapest way to get to/from the Brussels airport is the BUS. The line is number 12 on weekdays and 21 on weekends and nights. A one way ticket to and from the Brussels airport is 4 euro. At peak times, the bus […]

Transportation in Brussels – How To Get Around

Transportation in Brussels The city of Brussels is connected by a great metro/bus/tram system. This system starts working at about 6am and goes until midnight. On the weekends, night buses run until 3am and it’s always worth it to have a schedule/map just in case you are having too much fun to be at home […]

Travel Brussels Belgium W/ Lori

Many people overlook Brussels as well as Belgium in considering places to travel, however Brussels and Belgium should not be overlooked. While you won’t have a checklist of big name things to do in Brussels, it does offer some good culinary treats and a diverse crowd. The Basics How long should you spend in Brussels? […]

Gluten Free Recipes

There is much talk about gluten-free recipes and its impact on health. Gluten-free diets are recommended for those with celiac disease and wheat allergies. Here we will talk about some tasty gluten-free recipes to have you feeling better and healthier. Let’s start with breakfast. One gluten-free recipe is oatmeal. The ingredients are: 1/2 C oil, […]

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Accept Credit Card Payments At Your Vacation Rental

Here’s a guest post by April Navarro, a Sales Executive at eCom Merchant Solutions, Inc. & www.eReservationSOLUTIONS.com. As the industry leaders in customer service, we have now launched our subsidiary company, eReservation SOLUTIONS specifically for our niche market the vacation rental industry! We are also now the leading providers of credit card processing for vacation […]

AutoResponse Plus From Neil Morgan – Autoresponder Email Software

From developer Neil Morgan comes AutoResponse Plus, the amazing world-leading autoresponder program, with thousands of users worldwide and no monthly fees. Neil Morgan is afraid you could be losing thousands of dollars worth of business because your potential customer are leaving your site without buying. Try the AutoResponse Plus software RISK-FREE for 30 days. “Learn […]

Barefoot Student – Student Jobs – College Jobs

College students know how hard it can be to make ends meet while going to school. Whether you’re still in school or on the other side, you should be happy to know there is a place you can turn to offer and accept the help of college students in need of a little extra cash. […]

RentingInternational.com – Free Ad Listings

The RentingInternational.com Corporation was founded in 2005 as a way to connect rental property owners with renters and suppliers from around the world, “empowering them to rent or offer any type of rental and buy or sell supplies and products.” RentingInternational.com Corporation supports the growth of the rental industry by providing its simple to use […]

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