Nuremberg, Germany: What to See

Many people, including World War II aficionados, associate Nuremberg with the Nazi party. It was here that the large Nazi rally grounds were built and from 1933-1938 Hitler addressed hundreds of thousands of supporters in an annual gathering. Hence Nuremberg was also where the allied forces decided to prosecute high ranking Nazi officials in a war…

Nurnberg Christkindlesmarkt

Common Scams in Krakow and Eastern Europe to Avoid

Krakow can be a great place to visit. Poland’s second largest city and most visited destination offers a wonderful mix of interesting history and great nightlife. Unfortunately, like other popular Eastern European cities like Prague, Budapest and Riga, the boom in tourism has also seen a spike in a small minority of people who want…

horse and carriage ride in Krakow

One year of blogging!

  Wanderlust Marriage has just turned one! Alex and I are really excited to celebrate this milestone and want to thank all our readers from the bottom of our hearts for your support during our first year. To all our friends and family who came and visited the site before we were indexed and started…

La Trappe Brewery, Monk Made Beer in the Netherlands

Whether you’re Christian or not, monk made beer is special. Some breweries even make abbey style beers, passed off as the real deal when they’re not. There are only 8 Trappist monk breweries of the Cistercian order approved to sell beer with the official Trappist label. 10 additional monasteries are approved to sell other Trappist products. These include…

Tips on Areas to Stay in Krakow, Poland

Being a quarter Polish, I had always wanted to visit Poland. I wanted to explore the last remaining segment of my heritage that I had yet to experience. With wonderful architecture, food, nightlife and centuries of interesting history, Krakow didn’t disappoint. Here are tips on areas to stay in Krakow! Old Town (Stare Miasto) Apartment…