Travel Tales and Destinations
Over 6 million people attend Munich’s famed Oktoberfest over it’s two week run. This year marked my first appearance there. With only a few weeks to prepare, I read every blog post that I could find aimed at first-timers. Now that I have the advantage of hindsight…
The excuse most people use for never making it to Europe is the cost. It’s understandable, but it is pretty weak. Here’s the trick to getting yourself to Europe for a much needed vacation on just $20 a week.
Email marketing offers a unique opportunity to engage in a dialogue with potential customers, making it particularly disappointing when that opportunity is lost or ignored. It’s 2014 and marketers are trying to appeal to those at the intersection of impulse buyer and leisure traveler by using techniques that have been around since 1998.
Amidst all the hubbub about whether clipping locks to the world famous Pont des Arts bridge in Paris should be banned, the question few have asked is “why are people doing this at all? Why is this even a thing?” It seems logical that if you want to stop people from doing something, asking them why they are doing it is a good first step.
The story of how a chance news article about Kirsten Dunst prompted my pursuit of dual US/German citizenship, and the process that followed.