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He Said

Hi, I’m Ryne. I’m from the U.S., but now I call Germany my second home. I love traveling with Denise, experiencing new cultures, tasting different foods and exploring beautiful landscapes. Each adventure together broadens my perspectives and fuels my wanderlust.

She Said

Hi, I’m Denise. I’m from Germany and I’ve got an insatiable wanderlust that keeps me constantly dreaming of new adventures around the globe. My mind is always buzzing with ideas for the next journey—often before I’ve even unpacked from the last one!

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12 thoughts on “Free Travel Guides, Maps & Tips”

  1. Some interesting and useful tips in here – will definitely keep it in mind for our next long trip – post corona that is!

    1. Hey Loredana, we’re glad to hear that! This Corona pandemic just can’t be over fast enough! XD

  2. Hello Ryne & Denise! I really appreciate you posting this! I will use this for reference next time I go to Russia!

    1. Hi Eric! We’re happy to have been of help. 🙂 Enjoy your upcoming trip!

  3. Hi,
    I have a travel blog and I totally agree that the number one excuse for not traveling is “I can’t afford it” – I hear this all the time. One of my biggest cost-saving tips is I bought a timeshare on the resale market on eBay for $207. Long story short, I get to stay in resorts all over the world for $199 a week 🙂 Travel is only as expensive as you make it. Nikki

    1. Hey Nikki,
      Thanks for sharing that tip with us! Sounds like you made a pretty good deal. 😀 You’re absolutely right! There’s always a way to make it work. 🙂

  4. I am so happy somebody finally acknowledges what Trip Advisor is and how it works! Any I agree that in many cases you can find better information by reading blog posts, especially posts by people who can compare what they experienced to other experiences 🙂

    1. We’re glad you see it our way! Don’t get us wrong, we don’t want to discourage anyone from using Trip Advisor because it can be beneficial in many ways, but it’s just surprisingly hard to find reliable information when it comes to “real experiences.”
      Happy travels!

    1. Hey, thanks for the compliment! 🙂 We’re updating our website constantly, so keep checking back or subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date. 😀

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