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Can Tho is a city in the southern part of Vietnam. It is well known for being one of the largest cities on the Mekong Delta. Its well known for it’s “floating markets” which consists of boats lined up and down the river with different stopping points to buy miscellaneous goods. We arrived in CanContinue reading “Can Tho”
It finally happened! We made our way to Asia during this long trip. We have been looking forward to quite a few things by making our way to southeast Asia. The warm weather, the great food, the kind people, but most importantly new experiences. We had never been to Vietnam before. We were incredibly excitedContinue reading “Ho Chi Minh City”
With our time in Europe came to an end, so it was time to head over to Southeast Asia for the second leg of the trip. In doing so, we had heard of taking advantage of layovers during this long flight. After doing some research, we decided to fly Etihad and take an extended layoverContinue reading “Abu Dhabi”
Austria was a our last stop in Europe. It was somewhat bittersweet as we were so excited to more on to our next phase, but knew there was still so much more to see. Part of the reason we were moving on and leaving Europe was due to our Visa. As an American traveling inContinue reading “Vienna”
There’s a reason why Prague is one of the most popular cities in Europe to visit. There is so much to see and such a melting pot of great people who come to experience this city. We had some high expectations due to everyone’s recommendations and we were so satisfied with everything. We decided toContinue reading “Prague”
Rain had been to Portugal before, so we arrived with a small idea of what we were going to do and where to stay. Ultimately, due to time constraints, made the decision between LIsbon and Porto. Porto was Rain’s decision and I was really happy with the direction that we went! We flew to PortoContinue reading “Porto”
So I will emphasize that experiences in city can drastically differ. You can have the best weather, meet amazing people, and see the most amazing things, however, certain events can always throw a wrench into it. That experience happened the moment we arrived in Brussels. We had just taken the bus from Amsterdam to BrusselsContinue reading “Brussels”
Leaving Germany was tough due to the friends we got to see along the way. Fortunately for us, Amsterdam was full of familiar faces as well! Some of my good friends from Shanghai had moved there years ago and actually work at the HANS BRINKER HOSTEL! Although we didn’t end up staying at this hostel,Continue reading “Amsterdam”
Once the entire family got into town, we took full advantage of the day trips! Bern has options everywhere via train and it was fairly easy to navigate. Rainier was able to look everything up via google maps and in some instances utilizing road2rio. Like everything in Switzerland, keep in mind, that these trips areContinue reading “Gruyères”
Like our other trips out of Bern, we took a train out to Luzern. There were a couple of different transfers, but it really wasn’t a challenging trip. We grabbed a couple of train beers and enjoyed the ride. Family trips as you get older get more and more fun. Especially with everyone scattered allContinue reading “Luzern”
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