Posts by: Riley

Riley is a full-time editor and writer in Texas, but on the weekends, you can find her hiking at the nearest park or researching flights to faraway places. She's a lover of literature, road trips, caramel macchiatos, and photography. Someday, she hopes to have visited every national park in the United States. Riley and her fiance operate their own travel blog called Riley + Christian Travel.

5 Boot-Stompin’ Country Music Festivals to Attend in 2019

Written on April 18, 2019 in Outdoors

Country music festivals and warm summer air are a match made in heaven. The weather is finally warming up, and you know what that means: it’s time for outdoor music concerts and festival attire. Pretty soon, your social media feeds will be overwhelmed with pictures of people packing up and heading to famous music festivals...

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5 Important Things to Know for Your First Trip to the U.K.

Written on February 25, 2019 in City Travel

Image Source: Pixabay – If you’ve never been across the pond, you might not realize that the United Kingdom varies pretty drastically from some European countries. From cultural customs to language and electronics, you’ll need to do things a bit differently in England than you would in Belgium. Before you hop on a plane and start...

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Why Traveling to Europe in the Spring Is a Great Idea

Written on February 19, 2019 in City Travel

Image Source: Pixabay – When you envision your dream trip to Europe, you probably imagine warm, sunny days spent in cute little cafes. The problem is, so does everyone else. The summer months (June to mid-September) are the busiest tourist months of the entire year. People also flock to some countries, like Germany, for a winter...

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How to Plan a Week-Long Trip to Europe for Under $1,000

Written on January 30, 2019 in Featured

Image Source: Pexels – If you Google the phrase “Europe trip cost,” you’ll immediately be blindsided by four or even five digit numbers accompanied by huge dollar signs. In the eyes of most Americans, traveling across the sea to Europe is a pricey indulgence. Although flying across the Atlantic can be expensive, there’s no reason to....

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