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50 Shades of Blue • Visiting Chefchaouen, Morocco

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Nestled among the Rif Mountains in northern Morocco, Chefchaouen, also known as 'The Blue Pearl,' may easily be one of Africa's best kept secrets. Cloaked in varying shades of blue, this city is a charming retreat from the hustle and bustle of bigger Moroccan cities. Legend has it that the city was painted blue to ward off mosquitos, but the jury's still out on that...
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The Ultimate Lisbon Bucket List

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Lisbon might not top the list of Europe's most popular destinations *yet,* but that's part of the reason it's so incredible. It's much more affordable than more popular cities, and it's not crawling with tourists. Between the sunny days, laid-back pace, and colorful culture, Lisbon, Portugal is the perfect out-of-the-box European getaway. After living here for a month, I've put together my 10 favorite experiences...
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Getting Started with React and Webpack

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__EDIT__: I missed Create React App from Facebook .. Strongly recommend that instead of the following :-)While using React and Webpack at work has taught me a lot, what it hasn’t taught me, is how to start a new project with it. Here is my contribution to the web about how to start a new project with React.Assumption is you have Node and NPM installed, if not install...
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Drinking Like a Local in Prague

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If there's one thing Prague is known for, it's beer. But that doesn't mean the locals just sit around and drink it. From beer-themed meals to beer spas, I've rounded up the city's most interesting and worthwhile ale activities to help you drink like a local in Prague. 1. Try a Beer-Themed Three Course Meal Strahov Monastery Brewing got its start centuries ago when the monks began brewing...
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Jeepin’ Down Portugal’s Atlantic Coast

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Nestled at the foothills of Portugal's Sintra Mountains, the town of Sintra is known for its pine-covered hills, lush beaches, and beautiful pastel palaces. If you're looking to see it from a more local perspective, take the road less traveled to explore some of the hidden gems on Portugal's Atlantic Coast. And I can't think of a better way to do so than in open-air Jeeps...
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A weekend in Madrid

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While Barcelona may be Spain's most visited city, there's a lot to be said about Madrid. As the capital and largest city, Madrid is known for its beautiful parks, rich culture, and of course, bomb Spanish food. If you're looking for a more local way to explore Spain, this capital city is right up your alley. Here's a look at my favorite places to visit,...
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7 Things to see (& Skip) in Paris, France

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If you search the web for things to see in Paris, France, there's no shortage of recommendations. So I've rounded up all of my favorites. Check out the best things to see (& skip) in Paris, France.  See: The View from the Top of the Arc de Triomphe Skip: Climbing the Eiffel Tower Under the Eiffel Tower Most people don't visit Paris without seeing the Eiffel...
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McMonday – Munich, Germany

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From Mashed Potato Burgers to McFalafel, McDonalds serves up some crazy international items... and I'm on a mission to try them all. Follow along as my fellow Remotes and I scout out the most unique McDonald's menu items from around the globe, and share what we think. First up: Munich Germany. At first glance There were a lot of standard McDonald's items on the Munich menu...
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Oktoberfest: what to know before you go

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So, you've decided to go to Oktoberfest. Prepping for the Holy Grail of beer festivals isn't just about drinking as much beer as possible. Before you cross this one off the bucket list, here's everything you want to know before you go: Oktoberfest grounds  What to wear:First things first: if you're going to dress up for Oktoberfest (which pretty much everyone does), you have to...
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Eating Like a Local in Split, Croatia

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One of the biggest perks of living in a new city each month with Remote Year is that you really have the time to explore the food scene. Plus, I have 50 other humans to recommend restaurants they've tried, which results in some pretty damn good food. If you're looking for the best places to eat in Split, your search is over.  Best Seaside Dining: Dvor...
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