Yes, this is another Italy post! (I told you I took a lot of photos. 🙂 ) If you missed my previous ones, you can check them out here.
We stayed in Bergamo which is about a 45 minute train ride away from Milan. We took the train there on a sunny, October afternoon and really enjoyed ourselves. Milan is such a big city so of course we couldn’t see it all. However, I was so delighted with all we managed to explore in our short five hours there.
I am so so so excited to be writing this post! Today I am going to be sharing the BEST food I have ever eaten. Ever.
Happy Saturday! I have been waiting so long to share all of the photos from our trip to Italy! I had so much holiday content to post during November and December, so I thought it would be a good idea to wait until January to share the travel posts. 🙂
Hello, everyone! Today’s post is a little late, as I have been so busy traveling and preparing for Christmas! Before I begin sharing all of my holiday-themed posts, I wanted to write about my week in Corfu. If you follow me on Instagram or frequently read my blog, you might remember that
After a crazy few weeks, things have settled down, and I am back to regular blogging. 🙂 I have so much to share from my travels to Greece and Italy! Today’s post is all about food – more specifically GREEK food. We stayed on the island of Corfu, and it was so beautiful. I loved every single meal I ate while vacationing there, but
Happy Monday! Today I am continuing to share photos from our cruise to the Bahamas! If you missed my first post, you can read it here. Grand Turk – the second island we visited – was
I just returned from the most relaxing week of my life! Nicolas and I went on vacation with my family, and it was wonderful. We sailed on the Carnival Pride cruise ship down to the Bahamas. I ate entirely too much food and turned my phone off for a week for a complete social media detox (it was
Life is so busy sometimes, and as I was going through my photos, I realized I never posted about our skiing trip back in February. Better late than never I suppose. 🙂 This was my second skiing vacation with Nicolas and his family, and I had an amazing time. To my surprise, I actually
Hi! Sorry for my lack of posts recently. I have been super busy taking a Danish language course and working on an exciting new project that I will soon be able to share with all of you. 🙂
In the meantime, I am wrapping up our Spain vacation with some photos from my first FC Barcelona football game! Nicolas’s life partially revolves around this team so naturally, I have come to love it myself! It was on his bucket list to take me to a game so I could experience the atmosphere and see his favorite players in person
Hello! Hi! Hope you all are well. I am still blogging about our trip to Barcelona because we simply took too many photos and experienced so many things!
Today is all about a very special experience Nicolas and I shared – visiting the Basílica de la Sagrada Família. If you are unaware of this incredibly breathtaking temple and its history, I definitely suggest reading up on it. It has such an amazing story. Construction of Sagrada Família began way back in 1882 in an effort to build a temple in honor of the Holy Family. The famous artist Antoni Gaudí took over the project in 1883 and put his entire heart and soul into it until his death in 1926. Since then, many others have continued to oversee the construction of Sagrada Família. However, the project still remains unfinished!