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Eurotrip Adventure 2016 Wrap Up

by Ashley
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In case you missed any of our blog posts during our awesome six week Eurotrip adventure, you can catch up with this handy list! 🙂

The view from the roof of the cathedral

Gone for So Long

Barcelona First Impressions

Barcelona in Pictures

Paris Avec Mon Amour

Bruges in Pictures

Home Exchange: Living in Someone Else’s Home

Budapest in Pictures

#BathroomsOfTheWorld: Dutch Toilets & the Poop Shelf

The Hague, Den Haag, Helluva Town

Guest Post: Our Home Swap Partners Share Their Southern Experience 

Three Dutch Cities, Three Faces of the Netherlands

Post Home Exchange Interview

10 Lessons Learned During 6 Weeks Abroad


Staying Put by Moving Out – No Place Like Anywhere November 22, 2016 - 10:34 pm

[…] It feels like we’ve been been on the go all year: Puerto Rico, Florida (twice!), Sioux Falls, six weeks in Europe, all together, plus a few solo domestic trips, I don’t think there was one month in which we […]

Have Cats, Will Travel – No Place Like Anywhere November 26, 2016 - 3:12 am

[…] up when we start packing their stuff, and they have a lot of stuff. When we were prepping for our home exchange, we filled my car with their […]

Remote Management Tips April 12, 2017 - 9:21 am

[…] course, I shouldn’t have worried. The four weeks we spent living and working in the Hague went far more smoothly than any of us could have anticipated because, in reality, it […]

Cities That Changed My Life – No Place Like Anywhere May 23, 2017 - 3:21 am

[…] not expect it to be as life-changing as it was. The home swap and our remote jobs allowed us to do 43 days in Europe, proving to us, our families and our co-workers that this remote life is not just a dream. Now, the […]

Celebrity Solstice Alaskan Cruise Review – No Place Like Anywhere September 10, 2017 - 2:33 am

[…] too detailed, this 9 day trip, with an overnight in Seattle pre-cruise, cost the same as 71% of our 43 day trip to Europe. Yes, a major difference is the style of travel: our Eurotrip was a DIY adventure that included a […]


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