When people ask me what my favorite place is that I’ve ever visited. Iceland is consistently at or near the top of my list. I could write many posts about Iceland, but I thought I would start with a few of my favorite memories. Read More →
Much like Uber and Lyft have created disruptions in the taxi industry around the US, AirBnb has created a similar disruption the hotel industry in the US. VBRO and Homestay offer similar things both in the US and abroad. So a traveler, how do you decide whether to find a hotel or try out a homestay? Read More →
It’s free Friday here! I’m linking up Read More →
Still in the midst of a busy week here friends. I thought I would try something a little different. Read More →
Airfare is expensive and complicated, am I right? As someone who lives thousands of miles from family, I’ve been buying flights for holidays and vacation since I was 18. Over the years, I’ve picked up a few things that I find helpful. Read More →
Geocaching: the game of finding hidden treasures around the world based on their GPS coordinates.
I’m so glad it’s Friday, aren’t you? I’ve had a crazy week- 8 hours of a professional development course each day, plus my job and regular commitments in the evenings. So there will be lots of pictures*. Today I’m linking up for the Friday Five with Courtney, Mar, and Cynthia. Make sure you check out their awesome blogs as well as those who join the link up.
I grew up in Colorado, where it takes hours to drive to another state. So when I went to college in Philadelphia, and then moved to DC, I love the fact that I can run through 3 states (ok, 2 states and a district) in a morning. Philly is only 2-3 hours, and New York City is 4-5 by bus/car/train. Which means, Read More →
Happy Wednesday everyone! By mid-week sometimes I’m dreaming of the weekend, or dream-planning my next vacation. Wednesday seems like a good day for wanderlust. So let me tell you about the highlights from my Dusseldorf, Germany trip in April.
Dusseldorf is a city in the northwest of Germany, about 2 hours from Amsterdam, 1.5 hours from Frankfurt, and Read More →
When I traveled to the Dusseldorf, Germany in April for the marathon (see race recap), my boyfriend and I flew in and out of Amsterdam. We were there for about 24 hours. Here were the highlights! Read More →