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- The Friendly Guide to Cesky Krumlov 1 month ago Cesky Krumlov is a small medieval town situated in the south of the Czech Republic, built in the 13th century. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site (which means it holds big cultural significance in this world) with a meandering river that curves along the town, and its architecture has...
- Photo Diary: Franziskanerplatz, Vienna 7 months ago On what seemed like the coldest day of the year back in December, I met Aneta Pawlik on Franzikanerplatz around 8 in the morning. Aneta wanted to practice her photography skills and I was happy to help her by being her American model
- Spring Break in Vienna, Austria 10 months ago I had the pleasure of getting one week off from work during Easter break, and decided to use those days to explore museums, cafes, and parts of Vienna that I had never seen before. Besides, it was a bit of a yucky week of rain, wind, cold and unpredictable weather…Continue Reading→
- The Best Krapfen in Vienna 11 months ago Fasching is a pre-lent season celebrated in Germany and Austria that starts in November and ends the day before the Catholic event of Lent — so it’s basically Carnival, or Mardi Gras extended for a good 3 months. Then the day before Lent (Fasching’s Dienstag), it’s typical for people...
- How to Stay Strong Living Abroad 1 year ago foreign (adjective): of, from, in, or characteristic of a country or language other than one’s own / strange and unfamiliar. Moving into and living in a foreign country can be a lot to handle, both emotionally and physically. Perhaps you live thousands of miles away from your family and miss...
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