The Cheapest Transportation for your Euro-Trip

What is nice about Europe is that it is pretty easy to get from one country to another without blowing your bank account. I’ve road planes, trains, busses, boats and taxis to get around while traveling in Europe, and always do some serious research to find the cheapest forms of transportation when doing so. For … Continue reading The Cheapest Transportation for your Euro-Trip

Backpack Italy: Vatican City

We woke up the next morning in our hostel, M&J Hostel, in Rome. The plan was to sleep late but we got such a good night sleep that we woke up a lot earlier than expected. So, we got ready and then set off to go to the Vatican City. We casually made our way … Continue reading Backpack Italy: Vatican City

Backpack Italy: Exploring Sorrento

To get to Sorrento from Venice, we had to take an overnight bus to Naples. When we arrived in Naples around 8:00am the next morning we collected our belongings and went in search of the Circumvesuvian (the train that would take us to Sorrento). We walked through the station, which seemed to double as a … Continue reading Backpack Italy: Exploring Sorrento

Backpack Italy: Florence & Tuscany

In the summer of 2016, right after graduating from college, I took a two-week backpacking trip through Italy with one of my best friends, Jamie, from junior high school. Before I started blogging, I usually would journal my travels, and still I do. So, right form the pages of my journal, these are my adventures … Continue reading Backpack Italy: Florence & Tuscany