Solo travel can be treacherous, in more ways than one, especially when you don't speak the language.
Sarah Lenhart, a choir teacher, free-lance musician, and friend of mine, regales us with her hilarious, and sometimes scary, tale of traveling solo to Venice, Italy. She proves that women can travel alone with confidence and that, when incidents do arise that set off our internal alarms, we don't need to be completely "derailed" from our adventure. Sarah also provides us with so many travel tips, she may need to consider launching her own podcast. She's an invaluable resource for anyone planning to travel to Europe.
Explore travel to Venice, Italy and Europe:
Murano Glass Factory
Venetian Apartment with Rooftop Terrace
Learn to Row a Gondola Like a Venetian
Bookstore in Venice
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