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
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
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.