London; the unofficial capital of the World.

Arguably the unofficial capital of the world, London is as overwhelming and amazing as it is old and historic. Each of the four days we spent in this capital city was jam-packed with things to do and brand-new experiences. I got to visit the world-renowned Stonehenge; saw the classic play Oliver, presented in its original homeland; …

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Sweden; more than just meatballs.

Of the 9 European countries I visited, I'd have to rank Göteborg, Sweden in the bottom two, right above Helsinki, Finland. It's not that I believe that these cities/countries suck, but in my personal experience, they were my least favorite. I'm confident that had I gotten more time there, my opinion would probably be different.  …

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California; Mission San Juan Capistrano & the Pirate Tower

California is positively rich with shit to do. Truth is, one could do an entire travel blog on this state alone. You can hit major cities/areas like San Diego, Los Angeles, Hollywood, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, Palm Springs, or Catalina Island; go to cool hot spots like the Watts Towers, Winchester Mystery Mansion, the Whaley …

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Norway; the land of vikings… and trolls.

Of all the European countries I visited, I'd say that Norway is, without contest, the most scenically beautiful and serene country. Norway didn’t have grand palaces like Russia, England, or Germany, but its natural beauty left those countries in the gutter. We visited 4 cities in Norway: Bergen, Alesund, Geiranger, and Hellesylt, although I would …

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Stonehenge; not just a pile of rocks.

Mystical, infamous, perplexing Stonehenge. One of my top favorite places, this is one of the most talked about, photographed, and well-known sites in the entire world. You would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't know about this place (although I wouldn't be surprised if younger generations didn't know; I've talked to 20-year-olds who …

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