What I Packed for Two Months in Europe

One of my biggest fears I had before setting off on my trip was how on earth would I pack for two months in just a backpack. And two months in Europe, nonetheless, this was not a place I wanted to be wearing t-shirts and leggings every day. I needed to look nice, but also be prepared for a number of scenarios: clothes to hike in, to protect me from rain, clothes for the beach, clothes for conservative churches….the list goes on.

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Why everyone should backpack with friends at least once

Everyone always talks about why you should travel alone. You see the blog posts weekly: “Top Ten Reasons You Should Travel Solo” “How learning to travel alone will change your life”. And its true, in many ways learning how to spend time with yourself in foreign places and make friends with strangers is a very important skill and step to take to understanding yourself more. But no one ever talks about why travelling with friends can also teach you a lot about your self.

So here is my list of reasons travelling with friends is just as important to self development:

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Quiberon, Brittany, France

Second half of our trip to Brittany, France takes us to beautiful coastal town of Quiberon! First half of the trip in Saint Malo can be found here. 

Berlin, Germany: What to do in a week

After a month and half of amazing travel with my friends across Europe I decided to tack on another couple weeks travelling with my boyfriend. We decided we wanted to explore a new city for a week and then zen out in the country for a bit. In the end we settled on Berlin and then Northern France/Brittany region! Below is the full travel diary for Berlin and details on our trip to Brittany can be found here and here.

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Budapest, Hungary

On to the next leg of EuroTrip 2017!!
We arrived in Budapest and made the short walk from the train to our Airbnb. We had a super cute loft apartment for the four of us that was right on one of the main streets in town. Our place was super cute and the host was so nice- she even gave us a free bottle of Hungarian wine on arrival! After settling in we headed out for dinner at a Hungarian place near by recommended by our host. I think it was called Huszar Etterem Sorozo. Three of us grabbed Chicken Paprikash which was great and my fourth friend got the beef goulash which she said was only okay. The place is super cute and local and the food is good and affordable. 
 

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