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Romantic Lake Como, Italy

After hearing many great things about Lake Como, we decided to go there for one night. We hopped on another train heading north to  Lake Como before our last stop of Italy. The Milan station is a really large hub, and it looks like a newly renovated part of the station, as you can see the old...
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Hiking beautiful Cinque Terre, Italy

After Florence, we hopped on the train again for a 3 hour ride north to the picturesque villages of Cinque Terre. Considered the Italian Riviera, we'd imagine it to be similar to the Amalfi coast with a rugged coastline of buildings, but it turned out to be different and much more enjoyable mainly...
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The Amalfi Coast, Italy

Our next stop was to visit the small towns along the Amalfi Coast in Italy.  There are several options on how to explore the various towns - train, bus, or rent your own car/moped.  When researching which option we should do, we were considering renting a car, but after reading several warnings from...
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Split, Hvar, Brač, Croatia

Arriving in Split was quite a change from the two previous towns we had been staying at (Rovinj and Zadar). Split definitely was more tourist heavy and the shops and numerous vendors catering towards tourists was more evident.  Just hopping off the bus and seeing the piles of backpacker backpacks...
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Machu Picchu, Peru

I was extremely excited to finally to be able to visit one of the greatest man made wonders of the world, Machu Picchu. An interesting back story behind this place. Machu Picchu is actually one of the best preservered Inca ruins that was never discovered by the Spanish conquistadors. If you've read...
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Arequipa & Ollantaytambo, Peru

Arequipa is known as the “Rome” of South America. The reason why? There’s a large population of devout Catholics here and the monasteries and churches are a grand dedication to Jesus and the Virgin Mary. We flew into Arequipa from Lima and were immediately met by the lights in the airport going...
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Lima, Peru

Almost missed our connecting flight from Panama to Lima.  We had 20 minutes to our gate once we landed, and of course it was at the terminal on the other side…at the very last gate. -_-  Luckily, we made it.  Minh checked us in online for us to sit in the emergency exit for extra leg space.  The...
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