europe, food & drink, krakow, poland

Polish Vodka Tasting at Wódka

We don’t have many beer gardens in the States so Nick and I have been spending our afternoons checking out different ones all around the cities we’ve been. In Krakow, things took a bit of a turn when we stumbled upon Wódka, a Polish vodka tasting bar near Old Town’s…

czech republic, europe, prague

Prague Travel Tips: 11 Things I Learned

There is usually a bit of a learning curve when visiting other countries. Even though I always do basic research on customs and etiquette, there are just some things you have to learn from experience. Here are 11 Prague travel tips I picked up while visiting the Czech Republic’s capital. 1. Buy…

europe, food & drink, krakow, poland

Visiting a Traditional Polish Milk Bar

Bar Mlecznys, or Polish Milk Bars, are government subsidized cafeterias from Poland’s communist past. They were places where workers could get a hot, inexpensive meal after World War II. Often times, visits to the Milk Bars were covered in the worker’s wages. There are still a few Polish Milk Bars left…


Overnight in Frankfurt: Exploring Römerburg

After a long travel day; made especially unique by the man sitting next to us who meowed during the entire duration of the flight, we finally made it to Germany. With 6 hours of daylight and a short overnight in Frankfurt, we only had the afternoon to check out the city….

antalya, europe, turkey

Kaleici and the Harbor

We have already seen some of Kaleici since it’s close to hour hotel, but today we went out with the full intention of exploring every bit of Antalya’s Old Town. If your hostel or hotel is near the tram, we found that this is the easiest way to get to…