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10 Stops For An Ultimate Eurotrip

BY ALYSSA RAMOS There’s no better way to see Europe in a short amount of time than by taking a Eurotrip to see all the famous sites! If it’s your first time in Europe, you’ll probably want to see the sites that each country is known for, and that’s easy to accomplish if you take […]

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Why It’s Important To Visit Sites Of Human Tragedies

BY NADIA CHO Photo: Auschwitz Memorial / Muzeum Auschwitz Not every travel destination is a dreamy or blissful one. There are many places throughout the world where unspeakable tragedies have taken and continue to take place; where the extreme sense of loss and guilt continues to linger and profoundly define the spirit of these spaces. Such […]

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11 Awesomely Quirky Airbnbs Under $100

BY TEAM JST Photo: Airbnb Some travelers are all about 5-star luxury. Some are all about mingling at hostels. Some aim for the awesomely quirky. What does that mean, exactly? Just check out 11 fun but off the beaten path Airbnbs we’ve discovered. One night in each hub, you’ll not only experience a different city but rest […]

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Read This If You Lose Faith On Meeting Positive Souls When Solo Traveling

BY NADIA CHO I traveled to Berlin with high hopes and expectations. Everyone who had been to Berlin told me for months that I would absolutely love it. I was ecstatic about the grungy urban art, the delicious street food but above all I was most excited to experience the heavenly electronic music scene that […]

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10 Delicious Street Foods You HAVE To Eat In Berlin!

BY NADIA CHO Photo: Flickr/punctuated German cuisine is more than just brats and pretzels, especially in Berlin where grunge and multiculturalism create a delicious mix of varied, affordable street food. Almost anything you eat on-the-go in the streets of Berlin will be fast, cheap and extremely tasty. So whether it’s an iced mate tea you […]

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Why Berlin Is The Mecca For Millennials And Revival

BY NADIA CHO This may be obvious to the world already, but Berlin is having its moment right now. As a city torn by war, division and debt for half a century, it has emerged victorious and turned itself into a mecca for artists, entrepreneurs and youth. It is a marvelous place where sharp minimalist […]

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UPDATE: New Details On Germanwings Crash

BY JST NEWS “Murder” – as investigators described on Thursday of the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 that killed 150 people on board. Questions arise, how can someone do this? The aircraft was en route from Barcelona, Spain to Dusseldorf, Germany. The police now are searching co-pilot Andreas Lubitz’s home for further clues regarding his motives […]

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