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Josh Hewitt

Avid traveler and photographer who loves to see new places, meet new people, and experience new things. There is so much this world can teach us, we just need to explore!
Travel Planning Advice Part 2 – Planning Your Trip

Travel Planning Advice Part 2 – Planning Your Trip

If you were following along with your own trip in mind, you should have a compiled list of all of the things your group would like to see, ranked in order of what your group would like to see the most, and a map with all of these places laid out on it. If you haven’t done that yet, I suggest you go back and do that before reading this article any further. It will be awfully difficult to start planning the “how”, or the logistics, of your trip if you don’t yet know what you want to see and where those things are.

The Complete Valencia Spain Travel Guide

The Complete Valencia Spain Travel Guide

Established as a Roman colony all the way back in 138 BC, the name Valencia translates to mean “valor”, as in bravery and strength.  Today, as Spain’s third-largest city with some of Europe’s most iconic beaches, Valencia has become one of Europe’s most popular beach vacation destinations.  If you are looking for a spot in Europe to escape the hustle-and-bustle of everyday life and hit the beach, then Valencia is a popular option.  With hot summers, mild winters, soft sand beaches, and rich food culture, Valencia is a tourist magnet for vacationers in Europe and worldwide.

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Barcelona

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Barcelona

There are few cities in Europe, if not the world, that seems as magical as the city of Barcelona in Spain.  Rumored to have been established over 400 years ago by none other than Hercules, Barcelona has been home to its fair share of larger-than-life figures throughout its history.  Arguably one of the city’s most famous residents in its history was Antoni Gaudí, whose architecture can be found throughout the city and is world-renown for its unique style and beauty.  Arguably the most famous of his buildings is the infamous Sagrada Familia church, which has the distinction of being under construction for longer than it took to build the Great Pyramids of Giza.  In fact, the church is still under construction to this day.