Amsterdam has always been high on my travel bucket list. A few years ago, I missed a flight from Munich to Toulouse and was stuck in the Amsterdam airport for 12+ hours. We hadn’t planned on having the extra time and just hung out in the airport reading, eating, and drinking coffee. I even treated
Chocolate. Beer. Rain. Frites. More frites. More beer. And even more rain. That’s pretty much how I would sum up my time spent in Belgium. I had a great few days in Brussels and Bruges and it was a nice relaxing break from the hustle and bustle of Paris. While there isn’t a ton to
There’s one thing I know for sure about Paris: no matter how much time I am there, it is never enough. I had an absolute blast in Paris last week. I’m going to follow up with some more in depth posts but I wanted to share a brief overview of what I’ve been up to.
Earlier this summer I (virtually) met Jessie Svet Reedtz when I interviewed her for The Hungry Traveler Interview Series. I loved hearing her travel stories and was captivated by the authentic, honest voice in which she told them. Jessie had so much travel advice and so many stories to tell that I decided to break
I met Missy Hanley when we were both pledging Theta Phi Alpha Sorority at the University of Cincinnati. I immediately knew she was someone I wanted to be friends with. During our time at UC, Missy continuously blew me away with her ability to know everyone on campus, rarely miss a social event, and still earn high marks in the notoriously
My dad starts every day by getting an iced tea at Panera. He’s there so often that his phone reconfigured itself to consider Panera his ‘home’ address, as opposed to his actual house. It’s not that Panera’s iced tea is that great, he just enjoys the environment and the social aspect involved with going there. I totally
You’ll always remember your first trip to Paris. I had dreamed of visiting Paris since I was a little girl and I finally got the chance when I spent a semester studying abroad in France. I had pictured starting my stay in France in Paris, walking along the Seine and eating croissants near the Champs-Élysées, the