Last week, some of our best friends from college came to visit. Bryan and Whit were roommates from sophomore to senior year, and while Adam and Whit didn’t live together until they were both interns at Tech, they were close friends and the best man at each other’s weddings. The trip started as Adam and… Continue reading A Visit with Friends
This is the second half of my parents’ visit to Paris at Christmastime. If you missed the first part, you can find it here. Strasbourg Two days before Christmas, we boarded our (very first!) European rail and headed to Strasbourg, the Capital of Christmas. We devoured our way through the Christmas markets, took lots of… Continue reading Christmas in Paris: Part II
Warning: This is a long post. And I still had to split it up into two. Although, I don’t think I should be warning you, you should be excited… not many blog posts are long these days. I miss looking at a whole big post of people’s travels and adventures! Regardless, you were warned. Not… Continue reading Christmas in Paris: Part I
Busch Gardens: Europe in Williamsburg has a petite section of the park set up to look like a quaint town in France. A street lined with faux bakeries, patisseries, and shops is painted pastel shades of yellow, pink, and blue. The streets are cobblestone and the small sidewalks force you to walk in the middle… Continue reading Colmar, France
Hey, friends! It’s been awhile since I’ve even thought about writing a blog post – any free time I’ve had in the past, oh, six months, has been quickly gobbled up by trying to really rest. It was only yesterday that for the first time in six months I’ve felt like I been able to… Continue reading Coming Up for Air
Hi! Seven days ago Whit and I packed up all of our bags and traveled across the Atlantic to start our new life in Paris. It has been exhausting, exhilarating, unbelievable, and everything in between. On the first few days when we were SUPER jet-lagged, I reminded myself that I can feel a range of… Continue reading Bonjour from France!
Guys, I seriously can’t stop dreaming about Italy. Specifically, Italian locations near the water. I.e. Positano, Lake Como, Cinque Terre, Portofino, Capri, the list goes on. Over the past few weeks, in my spare time, I have scoured The Overseas Escape, Victoria Strader, Tales of Me and the Husband, Hither and Thither, and Gal Meets Glam for every… Continue reading Wanderlust: Italia