Lucerne: Exploring the Swiss City on a Budget

Chapel Bridge

Lindt chocolate, clock towers, the Alps, rösti – what’s not to love about Switzerland? When it comes to spectacular landscapes, architecture and food, this European country has it all. However, sometimes having it all comes with a price…literally. Time Out London recently released their 2017 list of the Top 10…

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Snow to Seas Nominated for Liebster Award

The first few weeks of 2017 have definitely been nothing short of exciting for Snow to Seas. I finally took the plunge and moved my site from wordpress.com to wordpress.org (yay for self-hosting)! I’ve spent the last few weeks playing around with plugins and trying to figure out Google Analytics.…

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Advent Adventures in Stockholm, Sweden

Today – a day before Swedish julafton –  we’re culminating the Holiday Spirit Immersion Program by visiting the Christmas market that started it all. Just over 2 years ago, I visited Stockholm in mid-November to celebrate a friend’s birthday. We explored Sweden’s capital for nearly two days, and many hours…

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Top 10 Items for Your Hostel Survival Kit

During most of my recent travels, I’ve been staying in a lot of hostels. Of course staying in a hostel is a great way to save money if you’re a budget traveller, but there are also numerous other advantages to staying in a hostel rather than a hotel. I’m 100% sure…

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To Interrail or Not to Interrail

To Interrail, or not to Interrail – that is the question: Whether ’tis finer to travel by train A paper pass taking you from point A to B speeding though gargantuan mountains and on the edge of deep blue seas Or to simply hop on a plane and time in each…

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Warsaw, Poland Part II

As it turned out, blogging about a city close to my heart could not fit into a single post (unless I wanted the post to have a rather high and slightly alarming word count…which I did not). Refresher: Warsaw is the city close to my heart. As I mentioned in my first…

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Warsaw, Poland Part I

Warsaw, Poland. Can I even begin to tackle sharing and explaining the beauty and complexity of this Eastern European city? I’m not 100% sure I can get this done in just a couple of posts, but I will try. Warsaw is Poland’s capital city and is situated in the heart of…

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