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10 Things to do in Cologne (Köln) Germany

10 Things to do in Cologne (Köln) Germany

Located along the Rhine River, Cologne (also known as Köln) is a city filled with history, culture, and plenty to do for any traveler. This is partly due to its 2,000 year old history rooted in a Roman and French heritage. Then again, it may be that the more than one million residents offer a perfect melting pot of cultures. Residents truly believe in the saying, “Jede Jeck es Anders” (“It Takes All Sorts!”). Whether you are just on vacation or are…

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Why You Should Explore Germany by Bike

Why You Should Explore Germany by Bike

When a person is dreaming of bucket list adventures and experiences, Germany tends to offer a ton of opportunities. Usually items like racing down the Autobahn, taking a river boat cruise down the Rhine River, or dancing the Polka at Oktoberfest come to mind. But recently, we discovered a great activity you should add to your bucket list: Riding Bikes. Not sure? Then let us convince you why you should explore Germany by bike. It is convenient to explore Germany…

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11 Things to do in Liechtenstein

11 Things to do in Liechtenstein

If Switzerland is considered the Soul of the Alps then Liechtenstein is truly its Heart. Liechtenstein is often one of those countries that people have heard of but few know exactly where it is and even fewer have ever visited. In fact, according to the United Nations World Tourism Organization, in 2016 it was Europe’s second least visited country with a mere 69,000 visitors. While they would love more tourism, the tiny Principality of Liechtenstein is a true gem to those who…

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Bucket List Guide of Things to Do in Yellowstone

Bucket List Guide of Things to Do in Yellowstone

Since 1872, one of the most popular items on travel bucket lists is a trip to America’s first national park, Yellowstone. In fact in 2016 over 4.2 million people visited this unbelievable beauty. This is probably because Yellowstone, all 2,221,766 acres of it offers an abundance of things to see and do. But it can be a bit overwhelming when dealing with a park that is the size of Rhode Island and Delaware combined. So to help, we have created…

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My Anti-Bucket List: Things I don’t want to do before I die

My Anti-Bucket List: Things I don’t want to do before I die

One of the best “side effects” of The Bucket List Project is hearing all the different bucket list dreams people often share with me. To see their faces light up as they describe the adventures, travels, or projects they want to complete makes my heart happy. Occasionally people will share with me a bucket list item that makes even me think, “Really? You must be crazy! I would never want to do that.” Now don’t get me wrong, I would probably do anything…

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Mammoth Lakes California – A Summer Bucket List Destination

Mammoth Lakes California – A Summer Bucket List Destination

Recently, I traveled to Mammoth Lakes, California in celebration of one of my best friend’s 40th birthdays. It was a wonderful trip filled with tons of outdoor adventure and much needed respite. Most know Mammoth Lakes as a popular winter destination because it offers unbelievable skiing. But after spending a week during the summer, I came to realize that Mammoth Lakes California is an great summer destination as well. Here are my 11 reasons everyone should make Mammoth Lakes California – A Summer Bucket List Destination. #1 It’s a great place for…

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Pop Rocks and Coke – A Bucket List Food Challenge

Pop Rocks and Coke – A Bucket List Food Challenge

There are many unique items on my Adventure Activities & Experiences List that are included for miscellaneous reasons, but one of my favorite items is #130) Eat weird things. Perhaps this is because I like to see the other people’s reactions when I tell them I just ate something totally weird like a Scorpion on a Stick. Also, I think I love it because it pushes me out of my comfort zone to experience unique foods of a different culture. However, of all the weird things on the list, probably the…

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The Bucket List Project’s 50th Blog Post!

The Bucket List Project’s 50th Blog Post!

A Very Merry Blogiversary to Me! This month The Bucket List Project is celebrating its one year Blogiversary (is that a thing?) and at the same time, The Bucket List Project’s 50th Blog Post! First of all, I want to say, “THANK YOU” to all my friends, family, and followers of The Bucket List Project. You all are the reason why I have had a remarkable year! I started this blog with hopes to share once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Also, my dream was…

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Funny But True Things About the Rickshaw Run

Funny But True Things About the Rickshaw Run

About 10 years ago, a group of crazy people calling themselves ‘The Adventurists’ created an insane 14-day Bucket List adventure race – The Rickshaw Run. Essentially, they created an adventure where participants drive a 3-wheeled Tuk Tuk (a tricycle with an engine) across all of India.  The catch? Well, no one knows what will happen during the race or if they’ll even make it to the finish line.  If you are crazy enough to enter this insane adventure race, you will battle the 1.2 billion people and 140 million vehicles in India while…

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The Liebster Award

The Liebster Award

The Liebster Award! Recently, I received an email informing me that the Bucket List Project was nominated for Liebster Award by Andreea of 10TravellingTips. If you don’t know Andreea, she’s a Romanian ex-flight attendant that shares her traveling experience, after visiting more than 60 countries, by adding 10 easy travel tips for each place visited. So what is the Liebster Award? The Liebster Award exists only on the internet, and is given to bloggers by other bloggers. Earliest cases of the award go as far back…

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