The Historic Edinburgh Vaults (Scotland).

Our guide giving her first history lesson. Hands down one of the best experiences of my life, these underground tunnels are incredibly famous in the paranormal community and a big prize for ghost and history lovers alike. Those familiar with my blog know I am a fan of haunted places (and basically all things supernatural), …

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Tallinn, Estonia: The Friendly Russia.

I freaking love Estonia. Out of the 9 countries we visited, I’d rank Estonia as number 2 (Norway is number 1 😍). The architecture, the people, the vibe; it was basically myself, personified into a country. I love history, and from the moment we walked up to the gates of the capital city Tallinn, I …

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Invergordon, Scotland: The Town of Murals.

One of the most charming towns I’ve visited, Invergordon gives off the vibe that not many unpleasant things happen here. Located off the Port of Invergordon, it’s a quaint, cheerful, colorful little Scottish town with a population of approximately 4,000. However, while small, it’s known world-wide for its vibrant and colorful public murals sprinkled about …

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Norwegian Fjords: Beautiful, Magical, Breathtaking.

While all of Norway is beautiful, the fjords are breathtaking. It is surreal to be totally encased by enormous mountains in every direction. Waterfalls, vivid greenery, and small fishing huts line the mountainside and small, rocky shorelines, making you feel slingshotted into a Nicholas Sparks novel about a lady from the big city *who just …

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St. Petersburg, Russia: Palaces and Vodka – Part 2.

Hello! As this is a two-parter, I won't spend a ton of time on an introduction. If you haven't read my first Russian blog, you can find it here: St. Petersburg, Russia; Palaces and Vodka – Part 1. Day 1 was very hectic and jampacked, while Day 2 was more relaxed and less frantic. Both days …

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St. Petersburg, Russia: Palaces and Vodka – Part 1.

This is going to be a 2-parter! Link for Part 2 here. St. Petersburg, Russia: Palaces and Vodka – Part 2. Oh Russia. It has worked up quite a name for itself, hasn’t it? Regardless of your feelings on Russian politics or Vladimir Putin, there is no denying that 17th to 19th century Russians were opulent …

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London, England: The Unofficial Capitol 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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Stonehenge: Not Just a Pile of Rocks.

***Sadly, these are the only 4 surviving photos I have of Stonehenge.*** Mystical, infamous, perplexing Stonehenge. One of my top favorite places, I feel blessed to have gotten the chance to visit it. This is one of the most talked about, photographed, and well-known sites in the entire world. You would be hard pressed to …

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