You can totally travel Europe on a budget, and packing light is the first step. Have you ever heard of a time capsule wardrobe?
A time capsule wardrobe involves picking one unified color scheme, with one or two accent colors, and theming all your clothing so you can mix and match!
The first thing I do when I plan for a long summer getaway is to check out Pinterest for their recommended outfits.
Here’s a link to my Pinterest board for items you can buy right now that match my recommendations for a breezy European holiday.
Sam and I spent 4 weeks across Europe with 1 carry on bag each.
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Fresh from a month abroad, I’ve got a whole folder of tried and tested apps on my phone’s front page that were saviors during our European adventure. 1. Book your trains in one app I used Omio for every train ticket- not only were my Italia and Trenitalia tickets cheaper through the app, I didn’t … Continue reading The BEST apps for European travel
Flight delays. Less than stellar hotel rooms. Hockers holding their products right in your face while shouting at you. There are some inconveniences everyone can expect when traveling abroad and experiencing new cultures. Here’s how we’ve made the best of unfortunate situations that tourists experience while traveling abroad. Flight delays When our international flight first … Continue reading 3 travel hacks will make you conquer your travel nerves
I’m tickled pink to report an active and healthy llama farm a 20 minute walk from our Oberbozen/ Bolzano airbnb. 100 llamas! Alpacas! I’m in heaven. Part horse-looking, part sheep, startled easily but very curious, these long necked friends spent the entire morning of me “ooh”ing and “aah”ing just chomping away at their hay. Those … Continue reading Oberbozen: A rendezvous at the llama farm