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Day 77: Granada, Spain

Granada is a fantastic mix of a charming, ancient city and a youthful university town. And super affordable- Robby and I rented a four-bed apartment for about 40 euros per night. 344 more words


Eurotrip Conslusion - Baths in Budapest

Being Hungarian and with Hungarian family, it is impossible to not travel to the capital of Hungary: Budapest. Honestly, I do not have much to write about Budapest, so this will be a very short entry. 1,301 more words


Travel Experience: Turkish Baths in Istanbul

When was the last time you were scrubbed by an older Turkish man?

Me: Last year. What? I was at the Cağaloğlu Hamamı Turkish baths in Istanbul… 274 more words

Experience Over Sightseeing

The Etiquette of the Turkish Bath/Hammam

The history of the world’s steam-bathing traditions is long, varied, and storied—from the 3rd Millennium B.C.E., Great Bath of Mohenjo-daro of the ancient Indus Valley civilization in Sindh, Pakistan, to sweat lodges and temazcals of the Native Americans, to steam bathing in the onsen (mineral-rich hot springs) and sento (heated water) of Japan, to the simple Russian banya. 1,578 more words

Let’s go to … Harrogate, North Yorkshire

The Harrogate Flower Show is almost upon us, but it’s not the only attraction luring visitors to the North Yorkshire spa town – there’s beer and Turkish Baths too



Here comes the Budapest blog!

Budapest was amazing! We stayed in a party hostel called Carpe Noctem (http://www.hostelworld.com/hosteldetails.php/Carpe-Noctem/Budapest/24308) I am not paid to advertize for them. 886 more words

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