My Favorite Place in Prague by Annie Bettis

Prague is a city full of history, fun and fabulous beer. Don’t be fooled by the cheap price tag that comes with your Pilsner, there’s much more lurking in the alleyways of this Central European city than just a good time. Just after World War II Prague fell to communist hands and the first installation […]

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March 8th: Ladies Night Takes on a Whole New Meaning by Annie Bettis

Early in the 1900s the world saw a great change in industrial development causing booming growth in the population. The increase in population resulted in racial unrest and oppression against women. In response, women began to change their attitudes and fight back, becoming activists and vocally campaigning for change. In 1908 15,000 women marched through […]

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Views of Munich from the Seat of my Bike by Annie Bettis

We arrived in Munich on a drizzly Friday morning, it was the morning before the opening day celebrating the 200th anniversary of Oktoberfest. The word today has just one meaning in the hearts and minds of so many people worldwide, and that meaning is beer. However, arriving one day early we were blessed to have […]

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Singin’ in the Rain in Positano by Annie Bettis

It was my first weekend in the Amalfi Coast, land of beautiful aqua water and sun. I was so relieved to be getting away from the increasingly dreary Florence skies and ready to get that last little ounce of bronze before the winter set in permanently. Much to my dismay, we were greeted Friday morning with […]

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