Weekend in Amsterdam!

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Last year, we found an awesome hotel and flight deal to visit Amsterdam in mid-April. I was super excited about it because even though it was definitely one of those places on my travel wish list, I wasn’t very optimistic … Continued

St. Moritz & the Rhaetian Railway

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Continuing our goal of visiting every single Italian UNESCO site, this time we had to drive across the border to Switzerland to see the Rhaetian Railway, a train line that connects Italy to Switzerland through the Alps!

Viennese Christmas Markets + What we ate in Vienna

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One of the main reasons we went to Vienna, as well as one of the main reasons you should go to Vienna, is for the Viennese Christmas markets. All over the city, in big squares and small, little markets spring up selling … Continued

City Break: A Weekend in Vienna, Part Two.

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Hi, guys, today I’m going to continue with the rest of the sights we saw on our weekend in Vienna, excluding the famous Vienna Christmas markets and what we ate, which will get it’s own separate post!

City Break: A Weekend in Vienna, Part One

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We’re still editing pictures from the last week of 2014, so today I’m going to write about our weekend in Vienna back in November. I cannot stop gushing about Vienna. In fact, I originally planned to include all the sights in this post but I just had way too many pictures to share to only pick a few. Instead, I’ll break it up in a few posts, starting with this one on the royal sights of our weekend in Vienna.

What & Where to Eat in Andalusia (Plus, Madrid!)

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Here’s a quick and fun Friday post for all the foodies: everything we ate in Spain (or most of it). While I’ve definitely become a foodie when I’m traveling abroad, I’m not usually diligent enough to take pictures of everything … Continued

Visiting the Alhambra & Generalife in Granada (Plus: Where to take the best picture of the Alhambra)

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Summer vacation is officially over for me (I adapted very well to the Italian style of closing down for a month ;)) and I’m back and ready to blog until my fingers fall off. I still have a bunch of … Continued

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