Category Archives: Buses

Hop-on Hop-off Bus Highlights First Day in Rome Italy

You could call me anti-tourist, as ironic as it would be for me to be that way (considering how much traveling I do), and you wouldn’t be far from the truth.  So when Therese and I decided to do one … Continue reading

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France and Bulgaria Month-long Vacation Overview

It’s been a while, I know.  We were on vacation for a whole month, and between the preparation before, the vacation itself, and the recovery time after (jet lag, ugh), I have been out of the habit of regular blogging … Continue reading

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The Dairy Free Traveler’s Guide to Getting to Mont Saint Michel

The most challenging part of our recent trip to France was the day Therese and I spent traveling from Rouen to Mont Saint Michel.  I’ll start out by telling you that, though the day started out pretty shaky, by the … Continue reading

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