Category Archives: Europe

48 hours in Warsaw

Happily made it to Warsaw for 48 hours.
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Upon arrival to Modlin, met my ride and then got checked into my apartment.
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Warsaw is the capital of Poland. It’s has an Old...
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A great restaurant find on the enchanting island of Korcula, Croatia

We decided on an adventurous itinerary for our drive south to Dubrovnik starting from the island of Vis in order to see as much of the Croatian coastline as possible during our trip. I wouldn’t necessarily suggest this tight scheduled itinerary to anyone but due to our travel timeline, this crazy long day in the car...
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Morning Farmers Market in Zadar Old Town

When on vacation, I always find myself in a personal debate about getting up early instead of sleeping in, however I do so love to visit the outdoor farmers market where the locals buy produce and to see what local produce is in season. [caption id="attachment_1359" align="alignnone" width="2744"] Zadar...
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One day in Madrid

It's been several months since I have used my passport for travel and I am feeling the pent up frustration an ACL infection delivered requiring a mandatory sit still for 3 months! No one puts baby in the corner..... All in all, it's great to be packing my bag to be airborne again, out of the United States. [caption id="attachment_1333"...
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Where to stay in Paris for first timers

Location on a vacation can make or break your trip. However if you have never been to a particular city, how do you know where you should stay. How many times do I see specials to Washington DC that list in the fine print, a hotel in Arlington Virginia? But how would someone know that’s...
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Fall in Paris 2016 after the US elections

Fall is my favorite season of the year. So being able to visit one of my favorite cities during the Fall season, especially a day after the 2016 Presidential election, is truly an exceptional bonus. I arrived disheartened by the election results, only to be reminded that Paris is a city that can always revive a...
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Leaving USA after the Presidential elections-to revive my soul

Paris--I had this trip planned out before the US elections knowing full well that our country might not have a President-elect by the time it was wheels up. I fully expected a Presidential challenge and possible drawn out results. However along with many Americans, what I wasn't prepared for, was a full out Trump win...
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Hôtel Millésime, Paris

To find my ultimate comfortable location to stay in Paris, I used to try a new hotel in a different area of the city each trip. Slowly over time I've narrowed it down my perfect arrondissement.  I've fallen in love with the 6eme, where the famous Café de Flore and Cafe Les deux Magots (having an...
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