Circus Hostel in Berlin is definitely one of the nicest ones I’ve stayed in. While the lobby is a bit small, there is a cute little coffee shop attached as well and bar downstairs. The coffee shop served simple but tasty sandwiches and pastries, as well as an assortment of coffees and teas. There is a little patio in the front in which people would use to smoke. Continue reading
So I didn’t really get off to a good start at this hostel. First of all, I had just left my Barcelona vacation romance guy behind, there was super bad turbulence on the flight from Barcelona to Paris, and lastly it was completely pouring when I arrived in Paris and I had accidentally left my umbrella on the shuttle bus. Continue reading
So this Barcelona hostel may have had the advantage of being my first ever hostel experience and the location of a little vacation romance—but I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Kabul Backpackers Hostel and would recommend it to anyone looking for a good time while in the amazing city of Barcelona. Continue reading
There aren’t a ton of travel YouTubers out there yet, it still seems to be a rather small, niche market. But there are a couple good ones that are starting to blossom, and I highly recommend checking them out for travel tips and some really great eye candy. Plus, they can give you tons of trip ideas to add to your travel bucket list!
I came across the Couchsurfing website many moons ago…well actually it was about a year ago. But in that time, I’ve seen the site utilized in many different ways — many more than it’s title might suggest. Yes, it can be used to sleep on generous stranger’s couches, but it also has so many other functions even if you aren’t comfortable sleeping on someone’s couch! Here are a few useful ways to utilize Couchsurfing and it’s community… Continue reading