5 Unique Experiences to Have in London

There’s no shortage of things to see and do in London but for my recent trip across the pond, I tried to go beyond the tourist attractions and delve into the local culture. Whether it’s your first time in London or your tenth, there are always opportunities to go the immersive route. Scroll below for

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Exploring Lisbon’s Gritty yet Glamorous Side

July started off with an unexpected trip to Lisbon. My husband had been invited to speak at The Lisbon Challenge and I was fortunate enough to tag along for the weekend. Technically, I had been to Portugal before but it was very short lived. I spent a memorable day in Faro during my semester studying abroad. It was meant

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Photo Highlights from Maui

I had always heard great things about Maui and Hawaii in general so my expectations were already pretty high. Yet, I don’t think it sank in until my plane began its descent into Kahului Airport and the vibrant green valleys that make this island so unique began to appear. From that moment I was totally hooked

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San Antonio Comes to Light at Luminaria

Growing up, I always hated Daylight Savings time each spring. It meant that I lost an hour of sleep and had to wake up for school more tired than usual. Oh how times have changed! Thanks to San Antonio’s Luminaria art festival which coincides with the time change, I gladly welcomed one hour less of

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Sweet and Savory Sarasota

To say that I ate well in Sarasota would be a major understatement. Designed for serious foodies, our itinerary primarily focused on the agritourism aspects of Sarasota. We visited local farms, picked fresh berries and sampled delicious cuisine from around the world during their annual Forks and Corks festival. While including every meal would have

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Local Street Art Culture in Beirut

This is a guest post by Aline Mayard of YallaBye.eu. Beirut was such a beautiful, cosmopolitan, and vibrant city in the 50’s and 60’s that it was known as the Paris of the Middle East. But the country was stroke by a civil war from 1975 to 1990 leaving the city in ruins. Ever since the 90s,

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I want to ‘Go with Oh’ to Venice

It’s rare that I choose to enter a blogger contest, mainly because I’m perfectly happy sticking to my bohemian musings yet here I am, racking my brain for a reason not to give it a “Go with Oh” shot. When I first took a look at the ten cities offered during the winner’s one month stay

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Avant-Garde Sightings in Graz

If you haven’t heard of Graz before, you are not alone. Before planning my nearly two week trip to Austria, I went back an forth with my representative from Austria Tourism to build an itinerary that matched what I wanted to cover on Bohemian Trails. Our last minute addition of Graz proved to be the perfect

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Bumming Around Bergen

I’m a city girl at heart so when I arrived in bohemian Bergen for my last two days in Norway I set off to explore this avant-garde city rich in both historical significance and cultural flair. In a nutshell, Bergen is most well-known for Bryggen, the old wharf consisting of a series of Hanseatic wooden

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Berlin Bike Personalities

It’s no secret that Berlin is one of the best places to explore by bike. However, biking is more than transportation for true Berliners – it’s a lifestyle. Here are some of my favorite Berlin bike personalities. The Multi-Purpose Bike Here we have a comfortable fur seat and a large basket to hold just about

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