Hello loves! I am so excited to be in Paris this week and just wanted to check in. I am staying with my good friend from school who is studying here, and I came over from Copenhagen with two of my girlfriends. I am going to take a bit of a blogging hiatus and enjoy my time here, but keep up with my adventures on Instagram @punkrockparti because I am always active on there. x, Aurevoir!
I highly recommend Prague in the fall. Although it was a very touristy place, the changing leaves were gorgeous and it was super warm for October. My friends and I had a great time walking all around the city and checking out the sites. The city is one of the easiest to navigate that I have come across in my travels so far, and you can do so completely on foot. The food was also delicious + cheap, which is always a plus for college students bumming around in hostels! Definitely a must-see for 2 or 3 days if you find yourself on a Eurotrip!
Interested in more photos of Prague? Check out my latest outfit post in Prague, and stay tuned for another tomorrow! I'll also be sharing my recommendations of each city I've visited soon!
Thank you for stopping by, and hope you had a great Halloween! x. Paige
One amazing aspect of studying abroad in Europe is that we get the opportunity to travel around pretty frequently + easily, without spending too much on travel! Luckily my program gets quite a few travel breaks, and my next stop will be hitting up Amsterdam and Prague with 2 of my girlfriends!
What I want to know is, have you ever visited either of these locations? If so, I'd love to hear your recommendations! We will be in Prague for 2 days and Amsterdam for 4 and would love to know the best local spots to check out.
I also wanted to show you a new feature I've added to the blog. Since I will be traveling around a lot this year, I thought it would be fun to be able to come to Punkrockparti and know where I'm at. So, check out the right hand side bar for my "Currently In" map [under the navigation buttons] and you'll always be up to date! I hope you like this interactive feature.
I stated on here before that I wasn't a fan of Instagram-recap blog posts, but the first one I posted was pretty well received, so I thought I would try it again! I also didn't want to leave you guys hanging too too long while I am away traveling. If you already follow me on Instagram, I will try to elaborate a little more about each square photo so you get some new deets as well!
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// My friends took me to this amazing thrift store, Episode, one block over from our school on Friday and holy-mother-of-vintage was it glorious. A little over-priced, granted, but fun for browsing and future purchases.
// I've found a coffee shop near school called Cafe Paludan that reminds me of my favorite one back in California. It also has a sense of coziness that I love, which reminded me of the Danish phrase "hygge". It's a little long to describe, so click the italics if you want to learn more!
// The harness boots I picked up in Sweden, more on those in this style post!
// In August we celebrated the 1 year birthday of this blog, and I recapped the year with my favorite posts. Thank you to all the readers + followers of Punkrockparti!!
// Quick Monday #OOTD, wearing an H&M top from the Fashion Hunters Flea Market in Copenhagen, and a geometric necklace from Macy's.
// While biking to Cafe Paludan, I rode past the plaza known as Frue Plads, where there was an orange balloon release! I'm not sure what the reason was, but it was a picture perfect moment.
// On a day with no class, my friend Elsa and I biked to check out Tietgen Kollegiet which is student housing. We ended up getting caught in the rain, but afterwards the sun came out and it was beautiful!
// A shot from the day I spent in Malmö with Elsa and Sheila. It was a fun little excursion and one of the best parts was stopping in the design stores and comparing the Danish and Swedish aesthetics.
Thanks for reading, + hope you enjoyed! What are you instagramming lately? x. Paige
p.s. Will be back from my trip tomorrow and have so much to share! Can't wait, see you then!