Group photo outside the Reichstag in Berlin. Photo kindly provided by Fat Tire Bike Tours

Foot, Bike, Bus or Trabi: Exploring Berlin

Berlin is one of the most fascinating and culture-packed cities in Europe, and the sheer amount of things to see and do can seem overwhelming on a short holiday. A great way to get an overview, or explore a niche subject in more detail, is to defer to an expert and let them show you…

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Dutch Appeal: Discovering the best districts of Amsterdam

Over the last millennium, Amsterdam has slowly developed from small fishing village to medieval powerhouse; wartime occupied territory to modern, graceful world city. Its growth can be tracked in the unique layout of the city, with concentric canals circling the oldest part with most parkland and institutions further out. During the Golden Age of the…

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Ex-Pat Life: The Best US Cities To Relocate To!

Have you ever closed your eyes and thought about jetting off and chasing the American Dream? Every year thousands of people start a new life in the USA, and we’ve put together a list of some of the best cities in which to make your dreams a reality!1. New York If you haven’t visited New York before,…

The River Seine - Photo via Benh Lieu Song

Paris – An Insiders Guide to the City of Lights

Continuing on with our Insider Tips and Tricks series, we have our article about Paris, the City of Lights.  Contributing blogger Michael Schuermann offers his 2 cents and offers some suggestions on how to make the most of a trip to the French capital! 27 million people visit the city each year, and anyone who has…

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10 Eiffel Tower Replicas From Around The World!

Cover photo via Randy Pertiet, FlickrCC Much is being made of the 125th anniversary of the The Eiffel Tower’s construction.  It’s one of Paris’ most famous landmarks and has received over 250 million visitors since it opened to the public in 1889.  Designed by Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, the tower was built to be the entrance to…