Brianne Miers

A Weekend in Indianapolis: Good Brews and Fresh Food

Brianne Miers - July 24, 2017
White River Park in Indianapolis

Are you looking for the best places to eat and drink in Indianapolis? Here is a roundup of the bars, breweries and restaurants I discovered during my June trip. What to Eat and Drink in Indianapolis Last month I made my first visit to Indianapolis, Indiana, thanks to BlogHouse, a boot camp for emerging travel bloggers. The conference is hosted in a different city every year, …

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June: Not Slowing Down Yet

Brianne Miers - July 15, 2017
sunset in Indianapolis, Indiana

While I feel very fortunate to have seen new cities, countries and states, reunited with old friends and made lots of new ones over the past three months, I must admit that now – in mid-July – I’m exhausted. I started June in Barcelona and ended in Denver, Colorado, and in between I crashed for a few days at my parents’ house in New Jersey, attended …

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May: A Memorable Month on Land and at Sea

Brianne Miers - July 5, 2017

In mid-April I kicked off two months of nearly non-stop travel, so I’m only now (in July) sitting down to think about all that has happened during this time. May was a big month for me for a lot of reasons. I turned 40 (and survived), I spent some quality time with family, and I took my first trans-Atlantic cruise. I also got to return …

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April: On the Road from Alpha to Warsaw

Brianne Miers - April 28, 2017

I’m writing this post slightly before the end of the month, since I’m taking off for Poland tonight! This month I put my head down on pillows in six different cities: Somerville, MA; Alpha, NJ; Asheville, NC; Milwaukee, WI; Boston, MA; and Warsaw, Poland. Even for me, that’s a lot of running – and sleeping – around. On April 1 I walked away from the comfortable …

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Beyond Cannolis: Exploring Boston’s North End with Context Travel

Brianne Miers - April 13, 2017
Old North Church in North End Boston

If you’re heading to Boston, check out this North End Boston History Tour by Context Travel! After living in Boston for nearly nine years, I thought I knew the city pretty well. I also thought I knew a fair amount about the North End, Boston’s “Little Italy,” since I once organized my own walking tour of the neighborhood and have taken numerous out-of-town visitors there to …

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Rype: How Busy Professionals Can Learn a New Language

Brianne Miers - April 8, 2017
a sign in Jose Ignacio, Uruguay

Are you looking to learn a new language? If so, then you definitely need to check out Rype! My Language Journey Like most Americans, I don’t speak a language other than English. Sure, I’ve tried pretty hard over the years to learn French and Spanish, but I never succeeded in becoming fluent in either one. Unfortunately I didn’t have the opportunity to study a foreign language …

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March: Packing Up and Planning Ahead

Brianne Miers - April 7, 2017
Faneuil Hall in Boston

Yes, I know it’s almost a week into April. (That seems to be the theme with my monthly roundups!)   Packing Up The reason for the delay in my monthly roundup was largely due to the fact that I spent the majority of the month packing up my personal belongings to make way for the tenant who is living in my condo here in Boston during April and May. …

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