About the Tripping Blonde

12 comments on “About the Tripping Blonde
  1. voyagesista says:

    I LOVE the name of this blog!!! I can’t wait to read more. This is my first time visiting, so let’s get tripping, lol!

  2. Sally says:

    From one DPhiE travel blogger to another, welcome to the community and best of luck!

  3. Lovely blog, Linds! Thanks for connecting with us on Twitter! Keep up the great work and travel safe! Oh… and all the best in the New Year! 🙂

  4. VisitSiena says:

    thank you for following my blog! happy that you like it 🙂 what an interesting blog you have ! for sure will be back here 🙂 have a nice week 🙂

  5. Tim says:

    Great blog and pleased I came across it. Having a passion for travel is enhanced by writing about, at least that’s what I have come to think. Good luck with your adventures and the blog itself. Tim

  6. Cate Bogue says:

    Great blog! I stumbled on your blog while looking up info on Chelsea Market, and I then found your Dublin info. I’m traveling there next year for a college football game, so my time will be fairly limited (maybe 4 nights), so your weekend trip info is perfect.

  7. doug Dearen says:

    Appreciate the exposure. Please note about Derby Deals. A very very dishonorable company that has done a lot or harm to many.



    Or just google derby deals scam. They are still under FBI investigation. Please do not publicize them as a choice for derby customers.

    Doug Dearen
    Owner Derbybox.com

  8. Don says:

    Hi Tripping Blonde

    My wife and I have traveled to over 50 countries, mainly trekking and climbing (Including Kilimanjaro and Camp 3 @ 21,000 ft – on the Tibet side of Everest) .

    Now we’re getting a bit too old for that (82 and 78) so we’ve signed up for a river cruise from Bucharest to Budapest in Mid-May. Before we embark on the cruise we’ll be spending 6 days in Romania (Transylvania). We’ll be with another couple and will be travelling with a private driver. Our trip is being planned by a tour company in Bucharest, recommended by a friend who lives in Bucharest.

    Which brings me to the purpose of this “comment”.

    I read your report on Transylvania and would like to know which two cities of these three, Sinaia, Brasov, or Sibiu should we spend an entire day?

    Thank you very much for your report


    • Dan says:

      Having just returned from Romania I would say (in this order): Sibiu and Sinaia, not Brasov.

      Here’s why: Sibiu and Sinaia are amazingly nice. Sinaia is beautiful and more uphillish, Sibiu has more of a nice European city vibe to it with nice towers (the large Church has a great one) and a very nice outdoor Romanian country museum (Astra Park, not to be confused with a ‘regular’ public park with a similar name. Brasov was pretty much meh, though it does have mount Tampa.

      Do take note that while Brasov and Sinaia are quite close by car (~40 minutes), Sibiu is very far from either of them (anywhere between 2 and half and 3 hours). If you do go to Sibiu, I suggest stopping by the Citadel in Fegerash. It is very impressive, more than the Rasnov fortress IMO.

  9. Laura Warren says:

    Please add me to your distribution list. Thanks!

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