The Forgotten of Florence

March 5-8 Somewhere between Rome and Florence a few things changed. For one, whatever digestive thing was waking me up 5 times a night somehow resolved itself. After typing my symptoms into Google, I was pretty sure I had contracted a wheat allergy, and considering that we are in Italy, my life span was estimated... Continue Reading →

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10 Reasons You Should Travel Central Europe in the Winter

No lines. Except for one 10 minute wait to get into a palace in Vienna, we waltzed freely into every tourist trap or treasure with little to no wasted time! The epic pre-walking tour bundle. There’s nothing that makes you feel more like a medieval knight than spending half-an-hour layering pants, sweaters, scarves and mittens... Continue Reading →

Dinner in Prague

February 5-9 The story of our time in Prague is best told by food. Not because we ate out at so many amazing local restaurants, but because we didn’t. For the most part, our meals were had around a large family style dining table. Perhaps it was meant to seat fourteen, but we managed to... Continue Reading →

Canadians, Carrots, and Ruins

January 30 With bath time out of the way, there was one more Budapest experience we knew we couldn’t leave without—the ruin bar. Now, if you know me, you know that I'm not exactly the bar hopping type. A few beers with friends, nice background music, maybe a bit of dancing, and in bed by... Continue Reading →

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