Getting around an unfamiliar city can be tough. When we went to London last year, a friend told us about a really useful app called Citymapper. Citymapper helps you get from one place to another using public transit. It’s incredibly easy to use and made navigating London super easy!
London really offers something for everyone, but like a lot of major, metropolitan cities, it’s expensive. Overall, the city costs more than a lot of places, plus, you have to account for the conversion from US Dollars to British Pounds. It definitely can be more expensive side when it comes to places to visit. Even if you’re on a tight budget, you can still experience what London has to offer without sacrificing fun. Read on for our tips on saving money when traveling to London.
Did you know that you can use your Google Maps app without using data? I didn’t know about this trick when we took our Iceland trip in 2016, we used our old Garmin GPS when we took that trip. It worked well, but being able to use your phone is much more convenient while walking around a city.
Iceland is a place unlike anywhere else in the world. Due to its natural beauty and relatively cheap flights, it’s becoming a popular tourist destination. At any given time, there are more tourists in Iceland than locals. If you’re planning on traveling to Iceland, here are some do’s and don’ts.
One of Iceland’s most popular tourist destinations is the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa located just outside of Reykjavik. Visiting the Blue Lagoon, with its milky blue water and beautiful surrounding landscapes, was on both of our bucket lists. After a few days of hiking and exploring, we were so excited for a day of relaxation. Planning on visiting the Blue Lagoon? Here’s what you need to know.
Iceland holds a special place in our hearts. We traveled to Iceland for our honeymoon and it was Mark’s first international flight. Instead of going somewhere tropical or romantic, we wanted to do something more adventurous. Read on for highlights from our Iceland trip.
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