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A to C with Nowhere to B is back with episode 4! This week, we’re talking Austria vs. Hungary, budgeting and more!

 

Did you miss the last episode? Watch it here to catch up!

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Hi. I’m Juliana Dever and according to science I have some sort of "exploration" gene. Embracing this compulsion, I spend a lot of time hurtling around the planet in metal tubes experiencing other cultures and writing humorous essays about it. Enjoy.

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  1. Hi ladies!

  2. Good Morning!!

  3. Welcome back!

  4. Its heartbreaking 😢

  5. Audubon, PA near Valley Forge

  6. Joining you from Calgary, Alberta 🇨🇦

  7. Hello Ladies!!!

  8. I‘m from Vienna I’m freaking out Rn iekdbdjdkee

  9. I would love to be joining you on this adventure!!

  10. I can show you around hahaha 😂❤️

  11. You guys are so cute I can’t 😫❤️

  12. Also make sure you use a credit card that doesn’t charge a foreign transaction fee.

  13. I get cash for the country ahead at my bank so I have some for tips or snack right off the bat. And other coutries money is prettier than ours.

  14. Take Benadryl and hydrocortisone…. since I maybe not on call😂

  15. Mine is tomorrow, Happy Birthday Rachel!

  16. Lovely greets from Germany

  17. A nurse will fit in one of those comparments😂

  18. I used my debit/credit cards all over South East Asia… only way to go.. though I did make sure to use an ATM from a national/solid bank…

  19. Love❤️❣️❤️

  20. It’s like your the 13th doctor.

  21. Hi Juliana how are you

  22. How do u save up for trips do u go to local market buy foods and save on eating out that way ? I want to save up for your Georgia trip I’d love to go

    • You mean while you are on the trip or while you are saving?

    • Rhonda Vaughan You make a budget for the trip and stick to it. So if you decide that you are only spending $50 a day on food..you make that work. When we stay at an air bnb for a few days, we will buy food for breakfast etc….but the important thing is knowing how much you ave BEFORE you go…so you are not stressed out while traveling.

    • Ok thanks for tips

  23. I am a nurse so I know it’s good to have emergency kit

  24. I just saw this 10 minutes after it ended. I am tuning in all the way from sunny Santa Clarita, CA.😂 I am starting to save for a future trip. (maybe your Georgia trip if I can get in before it’s full when it becomes available)

    • Hi Lori Brtis! As long as you are on the Georgia mailing list you will have first dibs at one of the 12 spots before I make it available to everyone else. Let me know if you need the link to sign up for the emails!

    • Hi Juliana could I maybe join you in this email link. I would like to go to Georgia 🇬🇪. I hope to hear from you

    • Hi Esther! Here’s the link for the email group: http://bit.ly/LetsGoToGeorgia. Georgia is so incredible, I hope you make it there!

    • CleverDever Wherever thank you

    • CleverDever Wherever I hope so too, I’m gonna start saving right away😂

  25. I’m from St.Gallen, Switzerland

  26. I got rid of my car. Saves tons of money 😂

    • Rachel Leah Cohen To be honest, it’s not too hard to live without a car in my city. Good public transportation. Wouldn’t dream of trying it in L.A. 🤣🙅🏻‍♀️

  27. Exciting…. You guys are so cute

  28. OMG.. I can’t wait to see how you both pack for a trip.

  29. Love you guys!!!!!!

  30. On the trip

  31. Hi Rachel praying for yours and Julianna safe travels

  32. Thank your for making 16-year-old me smile like crazy 🤧😂❤️

  33. I also have a separate account to save money. It’s absolutely a great idea!

  34. ❤️

  35. Elisheva Ende Funk

  36. Love you

  37. I can’t wait to see Julie pack!😝

  38. Austria the hills are alive

  39. Love to you both have a great weekend

  40. Ha I just bought my ticket for a week in Alaska.

  41. sad… no Budapest… but Vienna is gorgous

  42. by the way your two are gorgeous

  43. I have found the best budget airline for US to Europe is Norwegian… I have my high season Aug tickets for less than 1k with diffident arrival and departure. I also use the lower end 2 stars and occasion flat rentals. Intercity long distance buses are really good too…but dont obsesses enjoy the trip. I also dont pay for more than one museum a day.

    • I usually wind up taking the airline associated with my loyalty program when I’m in Europe. This way I either a) collect miles or b) use my miles for a free flight.

      For instance, when I go to Georgia I tend towards Turkish Airlines, but LOT Polish and Lufthansa are also good options. Almost every time I’ve used the miles I’ve accumulated to get a free flight on them. I haven’t used Norwegian yet, but I’m guessing it’s nice.

    • CleverDever Wherever I’ve basically dropped using the major carriers for Europe travel. I won’t fly Turkish Airlines any longer. LOT is hit or m miss on service. Points i use for hotel stays as for my job I can spend months in a hotel and rack up points.

  44. totally agree ATM I get cash as I need it and no exchanged. I also keep my money I do not use for next time. I also have a card that is foregin charge free. I was in Stockholm for the first time in Feb… I got cash and it felt weird, they just wanted your card.

    • Yeah, cities all have different personalities. Some places, especially Scandinavia, tend towards electronic transactions, while other places prefer cash. I’ll always get some money to have on hand until I figure it out, but I do lean towards using my transaction-fee free card frequently.

    • CleverDever Wherever I’m also a bit security conscious the more times I swipe more the more chance of theft of data. Low cost = cash and high like a ticket or room = the card if not bought online. I also don’t like to leave a trail.

  45. I could watch you two alllllll daaaaay. In addition to CleverDever Wherever, I’m thinking YouTube channel. <3

  46. I needed to save money in order to pay back my study loan. I kinda wanted to have a buffer for it so I started saving 2 years prior to having to start to pay it back. My bank allows me to save automatically, so basically what I do is: my paycheck comes in around the 25th. Every monthly bill I get has been paid before the 10th of the month. Which means there are about 2 weeks left before my new paycheck comes in. I know what I need to have enough money for food, fun and travel in those 2 weeks so I have set that as the amount I want to have left on the 10th on my regular account. Everything above that, up to a certain amount, automatically gets booked to my savings account. The amount is different every month. I figured as long as I don’t see a big number on my regular account I won’t spend it. My savings account is still easy to access for me in case I do need it but I hardly ever do. And I love that I don’t need to remind myself to put money away.

  47. Yes Netflix would be cool u should check it out Juliana

  48. I love Innbrucks when I was there it’s got the oldest Swarovski store and makes you wanna sing the hills are alive 😉

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