A Day In Riga: Bussing The Baltics V.2

Colorful Riga side street in Latvia

The next morning we caught a bus to Riga, Latvia. The buses here are really nice. They have coffee machines and “in-bus” entertainment. The whole trip was about four hours, so not too bad. One interesting thing was that the homes outside the city in Estonia are huge by European standards, and even by American […]

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8 Must-Visit Hidden Gems in Europe

Bratislava, Slovakia hero image

We’re all familiar with the allure of Paris, Rome, London, Barcelona… and these cities are indeed deserving of their reputations. Everyone should see the Sacre Coeur or the Trevi Fountain at least once in their lifetime. But where can you go for a truly amazing experience outside of the standard European tourist destinations? Here, I’ll […]

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Best Things To Do In Riga, Latvia

Panoramic view of Riga Latvia

Much thanks to Lelde Benke of Life in Riga for contributing her insider insights to Global Debauchery! Visit her on Facebook and Instagram to learn even more about Riga, Latvia. Anyone who’s watched Sex and the City will know dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov. Kristaps Porziņģis is a household name for basketball fans. And you […]

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7 Unique Romantic Destinations in Europe

Main Street in Avignon, France

So… Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and romance is in the air. Imagine yourself strolling the streets of Paris or Rome, canoodling, wining, and dining with your special someone under the sunset. They’re both beautiful locations that exude romance, but how about some lesser-known romantic options? Global Debauchery gives you its top unique […]

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Awesome Instagrammable Spots In The Baltics

Literatu Gatve in Old Town Vilnius

My recent father-daughter adventure to Finland and the Baltics made me realize… #IHaveThisThingWithAlleys. The Old Towns of Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius are filled with them. Gorgeous Instagrammable spots. And they all seem to have some sort of interesting historical significance. Best of all, you have to do a little searching to find them. Which can […]

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Touring Eastern Europe v.4: Downtown Bucharest

Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

Checking Out Downtown Bucharest Not too much to report today, unfortunately. Had breakfast and took the train to downtown Bucharest. I love the train. The trip was about two and a half hours and the first portion followed a little river through the mountains. Flat farmland after that. Romanian Rip-Off Artist No trip would be […]

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