Exploring Berlin with Musement

Having traveled through Europe quite a bit over the past few years, I’ve probably visited close to a hundred museums. During my semester living and studying in London, I made it a point to see all that the city had to offer and museums were definitely on my list. That was in 2008 and there wasn’t a great

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5 Surprising Facts I Learned about Nashville

One of my travel goals for 2013 was to explore more cities in the United States and Nashville was at the top of that list. Oh, and if I’m going to be completely honest here, the ABC hit show of the same name might have had something to do with it. Although I don’t own

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Crazy Creative Street Art in Zagreb

I only spent two days in Zagreb but luckily I managed to see an absurd amount of innovative street art before leaving. Our group was a bit unlucky with weather during our time in Zagreb but when the sun did shine, it was simply glorious. On my last night in town and during the last

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Neighborhood Guide to Québec City

For my latest Neighborhood Guide I’ve chosen Québec City. From the newly revamped Saint-Roch neighborhood to the historic streets of Quartier Petit Champlain and Vieux-Québec, this French Canadian city has many faces. If you have time, try to visit these major neighborhoods but otherwise, this guide should give you an idea of which spots you will gravitate toward most.

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Boho Guide to Québec City

Québec is truly a bohemian city. I had always heard as much but then again, you can never know for sure until you visit yourself. I found it to be a city of contrasts that somehow manages to form a unified whole. For example, the romantic cobblestoned streets found within the walls of Vieux Québec are

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Boho-Luxe Sightings in Sarasota

Sarasota is perhaps best known for its famous beaches but there is so much culture to be found here. From decorative art museums and glamorous hotels to impressive mansions and unique local cuisine, Sarasota really starts where the sandy shore ends. The Ritz Carlton It’s not every day that one gets to stay at a

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5 Free Ways to Experience NYC Culture

As a New York resident for nearly four years, I’m more than well aware that this city is expensive. Despite the absurdly high rents and general costs of daily life, I’ve managed to live here as a freelancer without any real problems. Of course I’m not eating out every night or bar hopping my way

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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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Boho Guide to Jerusalem

Jerusalem is undoubtedly one of the world’s most historical cities and while each person has a different motivation for visiting, this guide highlights some of the attractions that is sure to interest the bohemian traveler. Local Market There are a few different markets throughout Jerusalem but the most notable are The Old City market and Mahane

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Boho Guide to Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is one of Israel’s most popular cities and after spending only a few days here, it’s easy to see why so many bohemian travelers adore Tel Aviv. Art In the center of Tel Aviv is the Carmel Open-Air Market, brimming with local fruit, spices, street food, clothes and souvenirs. The market is inexpensive,

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