Tag: what you could get in the city for $10

What You Could Get In Berlin For $10 – From A Club To Kebab!

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Hello again, everyone! 😀

You know what? I’m getting so excited with this feature because I’ve got so many positive feedback about the feature, and in result, I’ve got a few bloggers interested to collaborate after the first batch here done in April! 😉

And to get you a little more excited, this week we’re going to talk about how you could spend $10 in Berlin, Germany. Thanks to Jinpa from The Girl Who Went Everywhere, who made it possible to know the alternative of how you could spend the tenner in the city.

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What You Could Get In Denver For $10 – Dancing Salsa at Denver’s Highland Masonic Temple and Event Center

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Hi everyone!

How’s everyone doing despite the fact that April is approaching and then you’ve realized that time flies so fast?!

It’s Wednesday again, and you know what’s on Wednesday? On Wednesday, we wear pink… Nah. I’m not really referring to Mean Girls on that case, but it’s Wednesday and it’s time for you read yet another piece for What You Could Get In The City For $10! 😉

And this Wednesday, I would like especially thank Julia from Meandering Mountain Mermaid to take some time to share with us about how you could spend $10 in Denver, Colorado.

Are you curious? Then, check this one out! 😀

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What You Could Get In Prague For $10 – Pils and Czech-Style Goulash

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Hello everyone! 😀

Back to What You Could Get In The City For $10 feature on my blog, and now my question would be… What is the first thing that comes in mind whenever you hear the word Prague? Or, do you even remember the first thing that makes you familiar with the city?

For women my age in Indonesia, I think most of them would agree that the first thing that introduced them to the city is this teenlit novel written by Riheam, Love in Prague.

But for me, I grew up being a football hardcore fan that some Czech footballers like Pavel Nedved, Milan Baros, Jan Koller, and of course Tomasz Rosicky (I’m an Arsenal fan okay?!) kind of introduce me to the country and of course their infamous club Sparta Prague. 🙂

So, thanks to Shawn from Saint Facetious, who will now talk about what you could get with $10 bill in Prague.

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