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Adventure Accomplished

It’s been a few months since I returned to The States. I kept forgetting that I never actually had any closure to my Euroventure Blog. I’ll do the best I can to close this out, fashionably late as it may … Continue reading

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A City of Czechsellence and Pragueress

I hadn’t planned on czeching out Prague when I was outlining my trip back in The States, but after six weeks of travel and hearing from nearly every backpacker I met that Prague was a “must,” I decided to czech … Continue reading

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Thank You Very Munch…en

Contrary to popular belief, there is more to Munich (Munchen) than beer and Nazis. And the people of Munchen are called Muncheners, not Munchkins. Although beer and Nazis each played a role in my time in the Bavarian capital, I … Continue reading

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Gimme More Gimmelwald

The United States may be my favorite country in the world, but Gimmelwald takes the cake as my favorite single place in the world. Gimmelwald is a small farming village outside of the tourist hub of Interlaken. One simply takes … Continue reading

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Cinque Chillin’

It took two days for my system to reboot in Lucca, but soon enough my Merrels were laced tight and I was ready to hit the road again. Over breakfast at the hostel, I was joined by two females from … Continue reading

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Florence (Day Two) and Lethargy in Lucca

Whoever invented Tuscany was a genius. Whoever invented the bicycle was a genius too. The two together make for a pretty groovy combination. On my second full day in Florence I took an all-day bike tour through the Chianti region … Continue reading

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A-see-si and Florence (Day One)

I’m convinced that in my bloodstream now flows some sort of concoction of olive oil, mozzarella, chunky marinara and chianti. I’m, as they say, “eating my way” through Italy. After Rome, I was drained of energy to the point of … Continue reading

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