So I haven’t posted in a long time! A lot has been happening! I’m preparing for a new wave of posts… Since I haven’t been traveling they will be other exciting things – like how I decorated my new apartment with all my treasures from Europe! Anyway, as I was preparing a new post I … Continue reading
This was not my first rendezvous in London but it was still as amazing as the first. This city is very special to me as it was my first European city to visit back in 2007. My mother, sister and I went for spring break. It was my first year away at college and it … Continue reading
Amsterdam is just one of those places that everyone should visit. I felt right at home there surrounded by water, unique buildings, cyclists, vegetation, art, food, friendly people, public transportation, etc. I love the Dam!
The train ride from Budapest to Prague is seven hours! In my journal on the train I wrote, “Hungry! Hot! Yuck! But so lucky!” And, lucky I am. Prague is, “Romantic! Beautiful! Historic!” I instantly fell in love with this city, which was not something I expected for the Czech Republic.
Sept. 24 – Today is our 45th day of traveling. Packing up every three days and moving on to a new city has been so exhausting. Sometimes we are super psyched so it doesn’t matter but it’s always a bummer to leave a city you really enjoyed, like Munich. We are on our way to … Continue reading
Out of all my previously visited countries I have to say that Germany is up there in the top three… so far. Munich | Oktoberfest Taylor and I were thrilled with our visit to Munich. Not only were we lucky enough to be there for the famous Oktoberfest, but we had lovely hosts as well. … Continue reading
It would simply be too complicated to explain my adventure in Paris in great detail. There’s just too much to say… I could ramble on about walking its romantic sidewalks, enjoying crepes filled with Nutella, spending hours buying vintage pieces on the Port de Arts, exploring the Eiffel Tower by day and night, getting lost … Continue reading
If you had one day in Madrid what would you do? Well, if you’re me or Taylor, you eat… and that is exactly what we did!We took the subway into the city to see the traditional tourist attractions like the famous Plaza Mayor where bull fights and executions were commonly held. There were some interesting … Continue reading
Instead of writing the “Must-See’s” or “Best Eats” for Barcelona (because there are just too many) I’ve written somewhat of a day-to-day account of our Spanish adventure. Here it is… Day 29: Woke up on the overnight train from Switzerland that was three hours late, making our total train ride 15 hours long. Not only were … Continue reading
Sightseeing Churches… – Gothic Munster: My second favorite church on my journey through Europe! With the tallest spire in all of Switzerland and a 15th century build, I was awestruck. The cathedral has exciting gothic traits like goblins and ghouls, and the most beautiful attention to detail in its ceiling and in every column, window … Continue reading