Travel Peaks: Top Vegan Food

*Breathes deeply* Well, hello there. Hello, 2019. Hello, blog readers. Hello, fellow travelers. Hello, new normal. I know these past several months we have promised post after post and have fallen through each time. This time, I’m not going to promise when new...

Amsterdam

Usually when traveling to a new destination Abbey and I take a train to the main train station near the city center.  However, Amsterdam was slightly different because we were meeting up with our old roommate in Boston.  He was flying into Amsterdam on the same day we...

Update

Whoops, we slipped back into silence again. It’s really not you, it’s us. We really struggled with how we wanted to run this blog and what sacrifices we were willing to make for it. Ultimately, we decided that we wanted to enjoy traveling as much as we could in the...

Cologne

After leaving Munich, Abbey and I took a train across Germany to reach Cologne.  The train was the busiest we had been on and we got a taste of what travel will be like in the high season.  We had planned ahead and made seat reservations for the journey, but the...

Munich

After an overnight train journey where neither of us were able to get quality sleep (mainly due to being awoken by ticketing agents and border control) we arrived in Munich just after sunrise.  We were unable to check into our AirBnB until 7pm, so we decided to go out...

Split

In order to leave Dubrovnik, Abbey and I were once again unable to use our Eurail passes.  There is no rail station in Dubrovnik, so instead we got on a bus to take us north on the Dalmatian coast to the Croatian city of Split.  The most southern part of Croatia’s...