It’s been just over two years since I last saw The City of Lights and, not going to lie, I’ve been dreaming about being able to wander Parisian streets again. Continue reading “Tu Me Manques, Paris”
Dublin was a fantastic city I can’t wait to visit again someday. Sit back, relax (perhaps crack open a Guinness), and enjoy this vibrant city and historical city. Sláinte! Continue reading “Photobook: Dublin, Ireland”
London is a magnificent place with so much to offer. As I like to say, you can never be bored in London! Being bored with the streets of London at your fingertips is an impossible feat. Continue reading “My Favorite London Hangs”
Florence is full of art. Some may debate that the entire city is a work of art. I’m definitely partial to that side of the argument. It also doesn’t take a lot of sifting through photos to discover why.
Venice was my first taste of Italy. It was a place I had only read about in literature and seen recreated in films. Continue reading “Vibrant Venice”
Oh, Scotland. Even on a rainy day, you’re just as beautiful. Continue reading “Photobook: Braving Stirling Castle”
I always thought blue was my favorite color. And then I saw the Scottish Highlands. Continue reading “Photobook: Scotland”
Edinburgh was one of those cities I dreamed about late at night while not exactly awake but not yet asleep, staring at a black ceiling as my mind wandered for hours. Continue reading “Enchanting Edinburgh”
Two households, both alike in dignity,
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene,
First off, it’s free.
Well, libraries do tend to be free. But this one has a special museum literature and history nerds alike will hyperventilate and die over.
Marble statues, colorful apartments, beautiful frescos, vibrant gardens, glittering gold walls . . . what doesn’t the Château de Versailles have? Continue reading “Photobook: Château De Versailles”