Not a Sprout in Sight

Brussels, Belgium: known for its Belgian waffles, Belgian chocolates, Belgian Frites (I tried to steer clear of Brussel Sprouts) and Mannekin Pis Brussels is cute and unconventional, but I am constantly confused by this city... What language do they speak? Why do people like Brussel sprouts? Why is their most famous landmark a 24 inch... Continue Reading →

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Eiffel in Love

Paris, France Ah Paris, always leaving me at a loss of words. My trips to Paris have always left me wanting more.. more macaroons, more nights watching the Eiffel tower light up, more baguettes and more breathtaking sights. Upon arriving in Paris, the first sight everyone is so desperate to see is obviously the Eiffel... Continue Reading →

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The Floating City

Going, Going GONDOLA! Venice, Italy seems like a magical place, like something out of a storybook. The cobblestone paths perfectly accompany the hundreds of canals. Literally, you cannot look in any direction without running into a canal. Its crazy to think of a city without cars, buses, subways, or trains, but alas, it exists. The... Continue Reading →

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The Budapest Days of my Life

Budapest, Hungary Where to begin... we could start at one of my favorite cities right in the heart of Hungary... Budapest! The streets of Budapest were lively as I arrived after a 14 hour bus ride. Budapest was much more quirky and crazy than I had imagined; the evening streets were filled with twinkly lights... Continue Reading →

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Florida

Mosquitos, alligators and beaches galore! The funny thing about Florida is that it is both the hottest spring break AND retirement destination in the US. With the heat and beautiful beaches, there are so many perfect vacation spots in Florida.Whether you want a relaxing day to tan and read a good book or rent some equipment for... Continue Reading →

Top of the Mountains

Colorado Springs, Colorado The mountains of Colorado are breathtaking- literally! The altitude takes some adjusting, but the views are worth it. Whether the mountains are lush green or topped with snow, there are so many outdoor activities in Colorado. Staying at a cabin far into the mountains, I was able to get there by both... Continue Reading →

Eye Spy A Beautiful City

London, England I've been to London a few times and the city is always bustling. One of the first things I somehow always end up seeing is (of course) the London Eye. The world's tallest ferris wheel sits beautifully on the riverbank facing the Palace of Westminster. Just steps further you find Big Ben and... Continue Reading →

It’s Bean Fun, Chicago

Chicago, Illinois Chicago is one of my favorite cities in the US. Stepping off the train I see the skyscrapers towering above me. There are so many fun things to do in the Windy City, from looking down the glass floors at the top of the Willis Tower to gazing at the city  from atop... Continue Reading →

Home Sweet Rome

Rome, Italy There's no place like Rome, there's no place like Rome... maybe if I say it enough I will miraculously appear back in Italy. Italy is one of my favorite places, partly because of the food; I might need to dedicate an entire post to Italian food. Upon arriving in Italy, my taxi driver... Continue Reading →

Czechin’ More Off My Bucket List

Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic The Czech Republic holds a special place in my heart. While there, I was able to travel to a handful of cities across including a tiny town known for its fairytale features- Cesky Krumlov. Cesky Krumlov is known for its rugged cobblestone streets and small homes enclosed by the Vltava River.... Continue Reading →

Life’s a Beach

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic I'm sad to hear of all the hurricanes in Dominican Republic, but can reminisce on my good memories there... the beautiful white sand beaches and clear water are what I dream of during the cold winters at home. Instead of lazing at the beaches all day, I decided to take a... Continue Reading →

Oh my Gaudi

Barcelona, Spain I heard that Barcelona might be limited the number of tourists welcome, which is sad because I think it is one of Spain's most beautiful cities. You come intrigued by architecture and leave filled with paella and tapas. What I miss most of Barcelona was the fun atmosphere and tasty food. Tapas are... Continue Reading →

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