Career Girl Travels

A travel blog for career-minded wanderlusters searching for ways to escape the ordinary all year long.

The Blog

Want to squeeze in some adventure, some luxury or just some ME time, but have a taxing full-time job? Check out how my career-driven friends and I are making it happen.
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Hotel Tips & Reviews

Check out my personal and professional assessments of everything from some of the top 5-star hotels in the world to your run-of-the-mill hostels, and everything in-between. Includes tips, contact information, photos and more!
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ArtSmart Roundtable

A monthly series of inspiring articles from a group of art-loving travel bloggers across the US.

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The Culinary Backstreets of Barcelona, Spain

I have always been intimidated by food. It began simply enough – peas, broccoli,...

Hotel Review: Hotel Banys Orientals – Barcelona, Spain

Considering it took a miracle of the heavens to find a hotel room in Barcelona the week...

“I am Dwellable!” Vacation relaxation begins in the planning stages with Dwellable’s new mobile app

Because curiosity is my kryptonite, and because I think their site is super-nifty, I...

Sleepless to Seattle: Journeying on Amtrak’s Coast Starlight

This is a follow up from my previous article “Why I’m Excited About Train...

30 Before 30…and After: the Travel Edition

…in which I try to assemble 30 travel accomplishments that I have achieved (or...

ArtSmart Roundtable: The Museum of London

This article is part of the monthly ArtSmart Roundtable, a group of ...

Travel Reflections: 2012 Year in Review

How did this year fly by so quickly? So quickly that it took me ’til July to...

ArtSmart Roundtable: Fresco Feelings in Milan

This article is part of the monthly ArtSmart Roundtable, a group of art-history-loving...

I Studied Abroad – Now What? Why To Consider Travel Blogging

Fact: I never studied abroad. Another fact: it’s one of my biggest regrets. But...

Hotel Review: Palms Place Hotel & Spa – Las Vegas, NV

The only time I’ll go to Vegas and feel like a high roller is by staying at a rad...