Somebody recently asked me for tips on things to do, lodging and food in Amsterdam since I was just there, so I figured I'd share it with the internet world. I was only there for about 3 days, so I'm definitely not a local or an Amsterdam aficionado. On the other hand, I did hang out with few kids who have lived, worked, and partied there their entire lives. So this is what I got from those conversations and my venture into the city: 1) Amsterdam is way bigger than you would
So this is a story that happened about 4 years ago and I never realized how interesting of an experience it was until recently as I've told friends about it. I was very new to "going out" back then, especially outside of the U.S., so I took advantage of my weekend in Sarajevo and met up with one of my family friends who was a local in the city. I wore a tight black dress and heels, not knowing a few things where that would be problematic. 1) It was the 27th night of Ramadan,
For those of you that don't already know, Oktoberfest is a 3 week long celebration that goes on during the month of September until the first weekend of October in Munich. Definitely something to put on your bucket list (as it was on mine ever since I knew about it!) So what can you expect from such a celebration? Thousands of people drunk out of their minds? Basically, but that's not all. Oktoberfest is essentially a giant fair with a ferris wheel, mini roller coasters, gam
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