Travel Recap of 2016, Packed with Tips

2016 was a crazy year. Americans selected a self serving celebrity businessman with no political experience to be in charge of the most powerful army in the world. And British people voted to leave the European Union, as many workers struggle with job losses and the effects of globalization and automation. Xenophobia is sadly becoming…

Guide to Maximizing Travels in Europe

  We spent six years of our lives divided between Amsterdam and Dublin and were afforded the opportunity to travel around Europe extensively. Bell calls me a “hopeless maximizer” because I have a hard time overpaying for things and strive for the optimum experience for our money. This means we usually don’t travel around major…

How to Spend One Day in Berlin

  Berlin is a fascinating city for a multitude of reasons, but it’s also really large and if you only have one day it’s possible you’ll leave without enjoying it. We’d advise staying longer if you can, but sometimes this is unavoidable as maybe you’re visiting Berlin for work, as Bell recently did for her…

Where Wanderlust Marriage Travelled: 2014 Recap

  2013 was a huge year of travelling for us, as we combined to visit 12 countries on four continents. 2014 was equally a big year of travel, and we also moved continents. After over six years living in Europe, between Amsterdam and Dublin, we relocated back to the United States. But we moved to…

Berlin’s Topography of Terror: A History Lesson in Atrocity

  On a recent trip to Berlin I visited the new Topography of Terror Museum, along with My Destination Berlin, who filmed the experience alongside me. Berlin’s Topography of Terror offers wonderful historical insight into the horror of human cruelty. The new documentation and exhibition center opened in 2010 on top of the former Gestapo and…