Wow, what can I say about Europe??  I adore that each country is literally it’s own country, complete with their own language, culture, style, vibe and energy!!  They did away with an individual currency for each country a while ago and have since converted simply to the Euro, which while it isn’t as fun (because you don’t get to collect samples of the currency from each country) it is VERY useful:)  For their own reasons I enjoyed every country I was able to explore (some more than others) and while I was on a bit of a tight schedule through Europe, I hope to get back and get more of an in-depth analysis of each place;)  But for the time being, enjoy the below:)

United Kingdom






Croatia, Turkey & Greece Cruise


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