Top 10 Things to See in Athens, Greece // Brittany from Boston

Top 10 Things to See in Athens

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Greece is one of my favorite places I’ve traveled. I love it there because of the kind people, the incredible food, the culture of enjoying life, and of course the rich history. And there epicenter of history in Greece is Athens. When you’re in Athens you have the chance to step back in time and […]

Santorini Travel Guide // Brittany from Boston

Santorini Travel Guide

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Anyone who has ever visited Santorini knows that it’s the gem of the Greek islands, and anyone who hasn’t visited should really have a look at my Santorini Photo Diary because it is gorgeous! Once you’re convinced that you need to visit this beautiful island, you’ll need this Santorini Travel Guide to make the most […]

The Warmth of Greek Hospitality // Brittany from Boston

The Warmth of Greek Hospitality

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Probably my favorite part about traveling the world alone in this past year has been the surprising gestures of kindness that people have extended to me. When I needed it most (like hitchhiking through South America) or didn’t even know I needed it, people have helped me along on my journey in so many ways. […]

My Santorini Photo Diary // Brittany from Boston

My Santorini Photo Diary

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There are some places that just speak for themselves, their beauty jumping off the page at you and begging you to go visit. Santorini definitely qualifies as one of those special places! I was so dazzled by the beauty and allure of this island when I recently visited, loving every white washed building and clear […]

Your Weekend Guide to Athens, Greece // Brittany from Boston

Your Weekend Guide to Athens, Greece

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Tourists and history buffs alike can agree that Athens, Greece is a city worth seeing for its historical significance. It was the center of Greek mythology, the birth place of democracy, and an incubator for philosophy, arts, and drama. It continued to contribute to the world’s intellectual and cultural, and who knows what greatness this city […]