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Ended up at Big Ben

We missed our transfer flights coming back from Italy. No worries. It gave us a chance to get a glimpse of London. Maybe we can cross it off our travel list now. We roam the streets of London and ended up at Big Ben to end the night. It was well worth the extra “free” day of vacation.

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Our Trip to Italy: Venice

When we arrived in Venice on our first day, it was pretty gloomy. Venice have 118 islands with 400 foot bridges that helps people travel between the islands. Don’t even think about driving here. People travel by boats and not by cars and canals instead of streets. It is almost impossible to find your hotel here. At least for us.…

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Our Trip to Italy: Milan

Milan is recognized as one of the fashion capital of the world. On top of that, it houses the famous painting of the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. If you want to see it, it’s nearly impossible to get tickets unless you book at least two months in advance. If you don’t, you might be able to still book…

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Our Trip to Italy: Florence

Our second destination in Italy was Florence. It’s about and hour and a half train ride from Rome. We had quite a walk from the train station to our hotel with our backpacks. It was a nice walk since we were able to see things along the way. Here are some of the places we visited while in Florence. This…

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Our Trip to Italy: Rome

Another day in Rome means more sightseeing. So much history in Rome alone. We took the train from our hotel to see the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. It’s for tourist and there’s a reason for it. Expect to spend a few hours here. Make sure you book tickets in advance or be prepare for more waiting in line.…

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Here We Come, Vancouver!

Since Vancouver is only two hours away from Seattle, we couldn’t miss the opportunity to make a trip that way. Fall is the best time to travel to Vancouver since the trees are covered in beautiful autumn leaves everywhere. Why can’t Los Angeles be like this?

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