On the walking tour of Muranov (aka the Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw), we learned about Jan Karski. His statue (above) sits outside the Museum of the History of the Polish Jews in Warsaw. I'd never heard of him before and
When I arrived in London to the Swinton Hotel, which I'd found on Booking.com, I less than pleased. They'd advertised it as safe, but they requested you return your key every time you left. Weird. Then when you returned they
I've never been the type to take part in activities offered at hostels. I always think they sound fun, but there was a lot to see in Warsaw and I only had three days. But then I considered the fact
While I was in Dublin in July 2017 and making my way to the Teeling Distillery (which I never actually got to, oops), I walked wayyyyy south of the river to visit this little coffee house called Two Pups Coffee.
If you happen to be in Krakow, Poland, you'll likely hear the famous song called Hejnał Mariacki, which translates to St. Mary's Dawn. A trumpet player plays this call every hour on the hour from the top of the highest tower
Ever since my two week trip to Scandinavia in 2015, I've been obsessed with packing as lightly as possible and avoiding checking bags AT ALL COSTS. Do you know how much time checking a bag adds to your travels? It's
the DREAM Hostel in Warsaw, Poland In 2016, I decided to take a slightly shorter trip, only visiting three cities, all in the same country, Poland, but despite my less-than-awesome experience in hostels in 2015, I decided yet again to give