Europe Travel

Video: The Splendor Of Istanbul

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Vimeo artist O.G. headed out into the streets of Istanbul for a few days with his 135mm f/2.8 camera to see what he could find, and this was his product, an amazing visual feast of the going-ons of one of the world’s most intriguing cities.

World Cup Dispatch: Part Three (Dublin, More Pints, And Joyce Fanatics)

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Contributor Andrew Post is traveling in the U.K and Ireland for the next two weeks covering the World Cup and his trip for TheExpeditioner.com. Minus any hooligan-related incidents, Andrew will be checking in with dispatches along the way. God help him. By Andrew Post There are many ways to enter Dublin. The Vikings came with […]

World Cup Dispatch: Part Two (Fish, Chips, And Frozen Man Parts)

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Contributor Andrew Post is traveling in the U.K and Ireland for the next two weeks covering the World Cup and his trip for TheExpeditioner.com. This week he’s in North East England before heading to Dublin, then on to Scotland. Minus any hooligan-related incidents, Andrew will be checking in with dispatches along the way. God help […]

World Cup Dispatch: Part One (Behind Enemy Lines: An American In England)

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Contributor Andrew Post is traveling in the U.K and Ireland for the next two weeks covering the World Cup and his trip for TheExpeditioner.com. This week he’s in North East England before heading to Dublin, then on to Scotland. Minus any hooligan-related incidents, Andrew will be checking in with dispatches along the way. God help […]

Madrid Is For Meat Lovers

Friday, June 4, 2010

Summer is the season of summits, but not all summits are created equal. I might come off as politically disinclined when I say (or in this case, write) that there is one meeting that interests me the most: the Madrid Fusion International Gastronomic Summit. Someone’s talking my language. My tummy grumbles in response. Imagine the […]

The Best Of Spain In Photos

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

What do you call a person who is obsessed with Spain? A Spainophile? A Spainaholic? A Spainophyte? (A google search of spainophyte resulted in a result that asked whether I meant “sporophyte,” “The spore-producing phase in the life cycle of a plant that exhibits alternation of generations.”) Either way, for those who love Spain and […]

Your Guide To Paris’s Underground

Monday, May 24, 2010

A trip through the shadows of the City of Light By Anthony Cuthbertson The surface of Paris resembles that of an iceberg peaking its tip above the surface of the water. Beneath, there lies one of the most extensive and complex underground networks in the world. Alongside almost 300 metro stations and their interlinking tunnels […]

Alive And Well In Prague: A Case Study Of Ex-Patriotism

Monday, May 17, 2010

When asked why they choose to leave their native soil, I’ve heard plenty of ex-patriots answer with tales of youthful days spent eagerly turning the pages of a National Geographic and dreaming. My own youthfully intrepid mind used to consistently conjure up vivid images standing on a boat’s bow peering out into an infinite sea. […]

Video: Barcelona — By Skateboard

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Come see Barcelona with Danny. You remember Danny, right? My 37-year-old unemployed friend who spends his days in Barcelona drinking coffee, smoking, cigarettes, and skateboarding around the city with nary a care. Yes, I’m jealous. Enjoy this unique look at Barcelona.

Spain’s Paradores: Sleep In Your Very Own Castle For The Night

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

By Susan Radcliffe As anyone who’s been there knows (especially in the summer), Spain is a very popular holiday destination. The Costa del Sol is overrun with tourists and some of the country’s most beautiful beaches are marred by the crowds and the concrete high-rise hotels. But this wasn’t always the case. At the beginning […]

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