Barcelona was easily one of my favorite stops in this adventure, from the beach to strange cathedrals, hiking in the mountains to a vibrant night life. It was difficult to only stay here for three days, but we went with the flow of things, and had an amazing time!
So I'm officially slightly more of a full grown adult now, with a real job. And like I always vowed I'd do, I took a job that includes travel. As great as it is to see a new part of the country every other week, it can get real tough and chaotic at times. I've now been doing this for just over a year and learned quite a bit along the way, so here's how I manage and even get to enjoy traveling for work.
Rome may be too big to see in only 48 hours, though when you try to squeeze it all in you're bound to learn a few things along the way.
We will be on planes (and trains, but mostly planes) for over 24 hours in only one month of traveling around Europe. Now in order to keep our sanity I looked into what some frequent flyers recommend.