Strasbourg & Colmar, France’s Fairytale Towns

The Alsace region of France was an absolute dream. A real life Disneyland Toontown if you will. It was like we were transported into the cartoon. Only a short 1 hour 45 minute direct train from Paris, Strasbourg is easily worth a visit on your next trip to France. We visited in December during the … Continue reading Strasbourg & Colmar, France’s Fairytale Towns

Budapest: Our Soulmate City

It’s no secret we love Budapest. We knew we would going in and we were thrilled it met and exceeded our expectations. Now that we are back home we constantly find ourselves answering the questions “What was your favorite city” or “Most unexpected city I should know about?” with a resounding answer: Budapest! Personally I … Continue reading Budapest: Our Soulmate City

Best of Venice Photos

Exploring the canals around Venice is so surreal. It's hard to believe that Venice is a real destination and not simply a romantic dream. One of our favorite activities was simply wandering the streets looking at all the photogenic locations and unbelievable canals. Our very first evening was shrouded in a misty fog which actually … Continue reading Best of Venice Photos

Do you need a digital French Health Pass to visit Paris as an American?

We made it! Our first official post from Europe.Before coming to France and even on the flight over here I was very concerned about obtaining the French Health Pass as well as monitoring the constantly changing rules and rumors coming out about the EU removing the US from it's "safe list".Additionally, It's hard to find … Continue reading Do you need a digital French Health Pass to visit Paris as an American?

Travel in the Time of Covid

Thank you all for joining us on our adventure to Europe, starting in just TWO DAYS!!We have had such a nice time saying goodbye to friends and family, thank you all for your kind support. Family dinners and travel recollections before this long trip have really brought us such joy and inspiration. It is so … Continue reading Travel in the Time of Covid