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While there are healthy food options in Portugal, the delicious and unhealthy food is so abundant and pervasive and cheap that really, why even bother? You can always re-start your workouts the second week of January.
What a difference a year and a half makes!
Prague is great. Prague is beautiful. But Prague is crowded. I don't know about you, but I like to have my space and not feel like I could get trampled in a sea of tourists and segways should an emergency arise. When you're sick of everyone else in Prague also being amazed at how amazing Prague is, never fear, there are places you can go where sidewalk space is ample and pickpockets are few.
Budapest is cheap, so eat everything you can, from fancy restaurants to street food and all the wine in between. Oh, and don't forget the palinka.
The secret guide to having, like, the most authentic Paris experience EVER. You'll need a beret, striped shirt, black coffee and unfiltered cigarettes. Also featuring: my $50 cell phone camera pictures, truly a work of art.
I try my hand at being a foodie and review a local restaurant. Whether or not I'm successful, everyone wins because the food and wine are delicious.
Today I left Barcelona, spent six hours in Bologna, then took a train to Trieste, where I took my first little steps on international land almost 10 years ago. Picture this: a baby-faced, somewhat-skinnier version of me with short, Veronica Mars-esque hair let loose in the northeastern Italian countryside with other international high schoolers and no …