laws to travel by – #46


Embrace the season. 

In our years of traveling, we’ve battled every season there is. We weathered the blistering cold of Switzerland’s winter, suffered through the sweltering heat of Australia’s summer, and experienced every season in between. When you love to travel, it doesn’t matter what time of the year you end up somewhere, only that you take advantage of it once you’re there.

If you visit Germany in December, make sure to visit a local Christmas market. Heading to Ireland in the spring? Take a drive through the countryside to see all the newborn sheep. Budapest in the dead heat of summer? Test out the public baths.

And of course, if you visit the United States in autumn, consume as many pumpkin products as possible.

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the romantic & the wino



    • October 22, 2013 / 11:09

      they were massive! and that IS a conundrum. i love pumpkin everything. i would bite into a pumpkin whole if i could.
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  1. October 22, 2013 / 20:47

    I love this travel law! It’s so easy to get bummed out by little, unavoidable things like weather/seasons/whatever. I’m totally guilty sometimes. I’ll keep this law in mind when traveling to Paris in winter (my most dreaded season). Eiffel Tower covered in snow? I’m sure it will be gorgeous!
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    • October 23, 2013 / 13:08

      the romantic went to paris in february a few years back when it snowed and it looked BEAUTIFUL. and, if its really too cold to walk around outside, just hole yourself up in a warm french cafe and drink a lot of wine. WIN/WIN. xo! the wino

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