TweetSome tourist attractions aren’t supposed to be fun or to be crossed off your bucket list. Some are somber and meant for reflection. The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. The Killing Fields in Cambodia. Hiroshima in Japan. And it’s not all Oktoberfest and pub crawls in Munich, but rather a place with history. For some, this [...]
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Tweet While I was staying at Doug’s Mountain Getaway in Fulpmes outside of Innsbruck, I went into town one day to pre-book my train ticket to Oktoberfest. Before I fell in love with classical Salzburg, my breath was taken away by the town in the foothills of the Alps. The mountains are almost distracting, constantly [...]
Tweet While many of my days in Munich were nice and sunny, one in particular was rainy and miserable. Christine and I were looking for something to do and ended up at the BMW Welt Visitor’s Center, one of the city’s top attractions. BMW was founded here in 1917 and the company recently opened a [...]
Tweet On my last day in Salzburg, Christine took me tobogganing, one of her favorite activities for visitors. Luckily it was a perfect weather day, with the sun coming out to reflect on the lake. She bought my ride and we sat on our toboggans to be pulled backwards up the hillside. Is it bad [...]
Tweet Before I decided to attend the Travel Bloggers Unite conference, I had one city set in stone to my itinerary: Salzburg. My friend Christine and her fiancé Joey moved there shortly after I left for Australia for his job. They were the only people to visit me in Australia, so I thought it was [...]
TweetAnyone who didn’t know me in high school might not guess that I am a not-so-closeted art history freak. I took AP Art History in high school (Team APAH for life!) and another class in college before I realized that I didn’t want to spend the next four years memorizing slides. But my passion for [...]
Tweet I dreamed about visiting this castle for as long as I’ve wanted to travel. A few years ago when I applied to be a tour guide for BusAbout, I was given King Ludwig II of Bavaria, “The Mad King,” as my topic. I waxed poetic about his dream castle that was never completed, how [...]
TweetSammi and I had spent the last week running all over London, exploring Bath and networking like my life depended on it at the World Travel Market. First thing in the morning we went to Spitalfields Market and on our way back stumbled upon Westminster Cathedral, the other Westminster. Westminster Cathedral is the largest Catholic church in [...]
TweetNo, I’m not talking about the airline, but the air (space) line, London’s newest Docklands attraction. On the last day of World Travel Market back in November, I snuck my sister Sammi into the convention to see what all the fuss was about. Once our day was over, we took the Emirates Air Line on [...]
Tweet Three years ago I had a layover in Frankfurt between volunteering in Thailand and sailing in Croatia. I had no idea what to do in the airport for 8 hours, so I placed my bag in storage and took the train into central Frankfurt. Unfortunately, I was there at 6 am, so nothing was [...]
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Caroline Eubanks is the blogger behind Caroline in the City and a freelance writer. This native Atlantan spent four years at university in Charleston before choosing a life of perpetual travel. After a summer volunteering in Thailand and sailing in Croatia, she made the move to spend a year in Australia. Read more. br>
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- The Australian Adventure: Six Months In July 25, 2011
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