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Unseen Amsterdam: Nachos, flowers and opera

Even though I’d been to Amsterdam twice before, there were still a lot of sites I hadn’t seen. This was partially due to a lack of time, but also due to a reluctance to use public transportation, which I definitely […]

Unseen Amsterdam: Nachos, flowers and opera

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Even though I’d been to Amsterdam twice before, there were still a lot of sites I hadn’t seen. This was partially due to a lack of time, but also due to a reluctance to use public transportation, which I definitely […]

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Affordable VRBO on Warmoesstraat, Amsterdam

The last stop on my five week Europe trip was Amsterdam, a city I'd been to a few times and was relatively familiar with. Which was why it was

What’s new (or new to me) at Efteling Park

I visited Efteling theme park in the Netherlands for the third time in October, 2015, towards the end of my five-week European trip. It'd been nearly two years since

Every creepy trash-eater in Efteling

Some of the creepiest and coolest things in the Efteling theme park in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands are the talking trash-eaters, known as Gijs. They suck down any trash you put

Efteling Hotel: Cool digs in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands

After the underwhelming hotel at Europa Park, and the mess that was the Hotel Santa Fe at Disneyland Paris, I wasn't particularly looking forward to another theme park hotel

Baltimore VegFest 2016 at UMBC: Faux cheese and goats

I'm a longtime vegetarian, but Yinzerella (from the retro food blog DinnerIsServed1972.com) is about as far from a vegetarian as you can get. She cooks hearts and livers and

Archipelago Tiki Bar & Generation Axe Concert – Washington, DC

On Sunday, 4/24/2016, Newmeyer and I trekked to DC from Baltimore to see the Generation Axe Tour at the historic Warner Theater. The show featured five guitarists (in the

Bruges, Belgium AirBNB absolutely incredible

I only spent two nights in this amazing AirBnB apartment in Bruges, but I wish I could have stayed a lot longer. It only cost around $130/night, and could

Bruges, Belgium: Beer, boats & beauty

After the dumpy Disneyland Paris, Bruges Belgium was a welcome relief. It looks like a mini-Amsterdam, with small canals, swans, and gabled architecture. Except the beer is much better

Disneyland Paris Hotel Santa Fe: A total dump!

The Hotel Santa Fe at Disneyland Paris is a total dump! It's too bad, because the Hotel Cheyenne across the river seemed pretty nice. I did laundry there (no

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