It’s as if someone took a box of crayons and let loose on the landscape during Holland's tulip season. Vivid strokes paint the countryside with purple, yellow, orange and red.
Amsterdam, known as the “Venice of the North,” is filled with rich history, networked with over 165 canals and one of Europe’s most iconic cities! As you traverse through this exciting city, make time for these bucket list experiences. 
1. Take a dreamy canal cruise. 
The best thing about European cities is all the history that awaits to be uncovered. From the museums housing a city’s most ancient artifacts to a memorial of an important battle — these places tell the story about how these cities came to be.
Aside from a man’s best friend — the dog, friends are important to have. The adventurous, funny and perhaps embarrassing moments will make for great stories down the road. Though it’s nice to explore Europe with your significant other, sometimes a guy’s trip is all you need.
Since moving to Germany, we’ve had the good fortune to meet up with my husband’s family twice — last year in Barcelona, this year in Amsterdam. My father-in-law was the owner of a travel agency, so he’s well-versed in itinerary planning.
My husband and I have a fondness for sushi. An affection, really. We both look for sushi restaurants on our travels. Below are some places that we recommend visiting while traveling Europe.
Are you ready to wear your cosplay out and about at a European Comic Con? Or maybe you are just looking to expand your comic collection or autograph collection. Here are eight comic cons you don't want to miss!
There are some books that you read and imprint upon immediately. For me, those books are frequently penned by David Sedaris – an American humorist, comedian, author and radio contributor, who is about to embark on his European tour.
The Netherlands is well-known for its rich history, beautiful canal-laced cities, tulip fields and windmills, but it’s rare that people travel to the country specifically for the food.