Cut the costs: European adventurer shares her tips for inexpensive globetrotting
If anyone knows how to travel cheaply, it’s University of North Dakota graduate student Christine Glieden.
Last summer, Glieden traveled to 14 countries throughout Europe over the span of nine weeks. Her trip — including transportation, lodging, food and attractions — cost only $6,000. That’s $95 a day, which is less than some people spend just on a hotel.
“People can’t figure out how I did it, but I did,” Glieden said.
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