European Road Trip Part II: France

I mentioned in the original post here that I wanted to dedicate some space on this blog to reminiscing about one of our most favorite (if not the most favorite) travel experiences to date - our road trip through Germany and France in 2014. After spending a number of days, exploring Germany, we crossed the …

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European Road Trip Part I: Germany

After a personal and reflective post about life (here), I wanted to write more about the travel side of this blog. While we haven't been doing much traveling in the present, we have certainly taken quite a few incredible trips in the past that are more than worthy of inclusion on this blog. One of …

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California Part II: San Francisco

To kick off our tour through California, Paul and I flew first into the great city of San Francisco. Though our hearts were craving another trip to Europe this fall, we chose California as our destination for a number of reasons; mainly, affordability, accessibility, weather and natural beauty. We wanted a destination that wouldn't break …

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A Fairy Tale Anniversary in the Bavarian Alps

In honor of our fourth wedding anniversary on October 6, I'd like to dedicate this post to reflecting on one of our most memorable travel experiences to date - our second anniversary spent in the Bavarian alps. I've always wanted to visit Bavaria. Ok, let's be real, I've always wanted to go everywhere, but Bavaria truly had …

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New York State in the Fall: A Local Escape to Bear Mountain

I absolutely love New York state in the fall. Apples, pumpkins, Oktoberfest, farms and foliage - it's my favorite time of year. Every year, we try to fill the month of October with local and festive fall activities and this year was no exception. To add to its appeal, October is also the month when we celebrate …

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