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Architcture in Buenos Aires

There’s nothing like a stroll down the Avenue des Champs-Élysées after a $10 gelato, a week long stay in London at a $200/night mediocre hotel or a $15 beer at a club in New York City…Not. While…

Veliko Tarnovo in Winter

Being one of the largest of the Balkans – Bulgaria is an excellent place for a road trip. Despite recently becoming a member of the EU, enough of the country still remains untouched enough to…

After spending four days in Sofia, I needed to get the F*** out for a minute.  My new friend Téodora who I actually met through CouchSurfing (check out that website if you don’t know what it is!)…

The final leg of my two week travel to Eastern Europe culminated in Sofia, Bulgaria.  I took the bus from Plovdiv which took about two hours and offered some pretty nice scenery.  Bulgarians have the…

Plovdiv, Bulgaria is a really nice place to visit after being in a bustling city.  It is the second largest city in Bulgaria, but is still rather small and relaxed.  The population of the entire…

  So I began my journey westward from Turkey to Bulgaria yesterday, and after hearing how miserable the bus ride is, I decided to take the train. The train left Istanbul at 10 PM and…

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