The Golden Circle

Here's to a pit stop in Iceland after a Mediterranean adventure! Sophie and I flew in to Keflavik International Airport at an early two in the morning and stayed in Hotel Borg in Reykjavik. After weeks without a proper hearty breakfast, a morning full of eggs, bacon, potatoes, and traditional Icelandic skyr prepared us for the … Continue reading The Golden Circle

German Cuisine – Ramstein // Rhine River Valley

☕️Above and below, you'll find southern Germany's finest classics from dessert flammkuchen to spätzle. 🍸Sipping an aperol spritz while enjoying a classic meat roast with lingonberry overlooking the Rhine River? Yes, please!! 🍕This lovely morsel is a traditional flammkuchen. I'd describe it as being your favorite thin crusted pizza only thirty times better! This dish … Continue reading German Cuisine – Ramstein // Rhine River Valley

Rhine River Valley // Germany

I'll take an aperol spritz and an apple flammkuchen, Danke. (scroll for a photo gallery) No matter where you go in Germany, you will soon find that it is a home away from home. The sights are ethereal and there is a simplistic beauty to the architecture. Each town has something unique to offer you … Continue reading Rhine River Valley // Germany

Vernazza // Monterosso al Mare

It's definitely safe to say that Italy has my heart. I wake up at 6 for my first full day in Cinque Terre, ready to hop on the train to Monterosso where my first adventure would start. About fifteen years ago, this area began a tourist destination. Before that, the now well trodden hiking trails … Continue reading Vernazza // Monterosso al Mare

Manarola at Midnight

My sister and I chose the picturesque village, Manarola, as our homebase for my few days in Cinque Terre, a string of five seaside villages along the Italian Riviera Coastline. This bite of paradise had some of the best views of sunsets, iconic colorful architecture, and a friendly atmosphere that made you feel quite at … Continue reading Manarola at Midnight

Italian Cuisine – Cinque Terre

  When you visit the birthplace of pesto, there is no such thing as bad pasta. Think linguini, trofie, and spaghetti all homemade to order with Cinque Terre's famous seafood selection and a starter of #foccacia bread, also a dish that originated in this area. Yes. Your prayers have been answered. Now pack your bags … Continue reading Italian Cuisine – Cinque Terre

Grazie, Merci, Danke

Hello, hello! I am currently on a European adventure through Northern Italy, Southern Germany, and France. Over the next few weeks you'll be seeing a style, travel, and food related blog for each of the three countries so stay tuned for the picturesque views and snapshots of each moment!!   First are the Parisian posts, … Continue reading Grazie, Merci, Danke

The Parisian Collective

The blacks, the monochromes, the neutrals, and the stripes. In Paris, this is the primary color scheme that nearly all of the locals flaunt. The colorblock mosaic of outfits are usually accented by a pop of color in the form of jewelry or moto jacket or shoe choice. I find that one can never go … Continue reading The Parisian Collective

Ah Bon!

My sister and I had the ideal location, being only a right and left turn away from Metro 9, linking us to the sights such as le tour eiffel, Notre Dame, the River Seine, and Galaries LaFayette while also within walking distance of countless boutiques, boulangeries et pattisseries, café's of both formal and casual, and countless other attractions.