With only 40 days until I make my way across the pond for my vacation in Italy, I am in full planning mode. If you haven’t figured it out by now, I am definitely a planner (and some might even say an over planner). While I love going with the flow just as much as… Continue reading An Italian Itinerary
While I’m by no means an expert at planning vacations, I have been practicing for close to twenty years. Even though I don’t really remember it this way, if you ask our mom on our 2nd trip to Williamsburg, VA (and the first vacation where I was old enough to read) I managed to get my… Continue reading Planning your Perfect Vacation Part 1 : How to Start
If you follow travel lists and blogs, you’ve probably heard that Milan has topped many lists of places to visit in 2015 due to the 2015 Milan Expo. Since I’ll be traveling to Italy this September (much more to come on that look out for posts with #italiansoiree2015) and hope to attend the expo, I thought… Continue reading What is the 2015 Milan Expo?
If you’re travelling to a new city for the long weekend this Memorial Day, I highly recommend checking to see if they have any free walking tours. I am a huge fan of walking tours when visiting new places. Whether they are focused on tourist attractions, history, or food, I always learn a ton plus… Continue reading Walking Tours: Why Free Tours are the Best
As I start to plan my trip to Italy this fall, I can’t believe its been almost 7 years since I was last in Europe. In 2008, I studied abroad at Ecole Centrale Paris for four weeks in May and June. The best thing about the program was how seriously they took making sure we… Continue reading Springtime in Paris: Memories from Studying Abroad
If you read last week’s post about the road trip Tori & I are taking next week, then you already know our original plan was to go to Iceland and not Charleston. In order to get to that decision, I had to plan out our whole trip and estimate exactly what it would cost each of… Continue reading The Trip Not Taken: Iceland
When you think about Ireland, its hard not to have scenes from PS. I Love You or if you’re a serious movie buff, maybe The Quiet Man flashes through your head of small crowded pubs with live music, rolling green hills that stretch for miles, and dirt roads lined by ancient stone walls. This is… Continue reading Oh, The Places We’ll Go: Ireland