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Neighborhoods of Copenhagen: Hang Out In a Cemetery & Eat In a Laundromat In Nørrebro

Neighborhoods of Copenhagen: Hang Out In a Cemetery & Eat In a Laundromat In Nørrebro

Sometimes you can stop in a city or region for a couple days and see all there is too see. Other times, you feel like you need to live there for a year to satisfy your need to try and do everything. Copenhagen was the latter for me – the feeling I got while walking around the winding streets filled with tucked away cafes and shops reminded me of why I first moved to New York. I felt like there were infinite possibilities and that I wanted to know this city. Continue Reading…

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A stylish place to stay in Copenhagen that won’t cost you your life savings: Generator Hostel

A stylish place to stay in Copenhagen that won’t cost you your life savings: Generator Hostel

If you’re traveling to Copenhagen, beware: this city is CRAZY expensive. We’re talking $7 metro rides and $6 cups of coffee. My point being, don’t blow your entire trip budget on accommodations unless you want to be eating hot dogs for dinner every night! Continue Reading…

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Copenhagen: 5 Reasons Why It’s My New Favorite City

Copenhagen: 5 Reasons Why It’s My New Favorite City

I got back from Copenhagen yesterday and a few minutes after getting off the plane in Newark it hit me: I’m not in Denmark anymore. Usually I have this feeling when I’m entering a new country, not when I’m coming home! In many places outside the US, arriving can be confusing, frustrating and sometimes a little scary. But in Copenhagen, everything is better. Continue Reading…

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Tips for Taking the Train in Morocco

Tips for Taking the Train in Morocco

It’s the easiest and fastest way to get between cities, but there are a few things you should know before taking the train in Morocco. While I’m not by any means an expert (I have only taken it twice), I feel like my experience was an educational one – so if you’re planning on taking the train in Morocco, read on! Continue Reading…

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Embracing the Chaos in Jemaa el Fna, the Times Square of Marrakech

Embracing the Chaos in Jemaa el Fna, the Times Square of Marrakech

Jemaa el Fna is one crazy place, and can easily be described as the Times Square of Marrakech. But instead of costumed characters, they have snake charmers, and instead of hot dog stands, there are orange juice carts. While it’s crowded and touristy, it’s also a must-do. Continue Reading…

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  Hi! I'm Anna. I recently moved back to my home city of Boston after 4 years in NYC. I'm traveling the world on weekends and my blog is filled with stories from my 36, 48 and 72-hour adventures. I'm on a mission to prove that you don't need to quit your 9-to-5 to lead an exciting and travel-filled life!
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