Morocco: 9 Day Itinerary

  I might be guilty of major oversharing our recent trip to Morocco on social media, which led to many questions about where we stayed, cities we went to, etc. Here’s the rundown of our 9 day Morocco trip: Day 1: Fes, Morocco We try to really get to know each city we visit, so […]

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Sitges, Spain

Something I’m learning about myself is that I always enjoy the small, off-the-beaten-path towns much more than the major tourist cities when we are traveling. Such was our experience in Spain. I would choose tiny Sitges over Madrid and Barcelona any day! The small, quaint beach town is something out of a Spanish fairytale (is […]

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Madrid, Spain

There’s nothing boring about Madrid. From flamenco dancing to suspenseful bull fighting, this place brings all the drama. And unless you like loud and rowdy fútbol fans EVERYWHERE, then avoid going during the Copa de la Liga championship. We really enjoyed the excitement. What were the highlights?  The Bull Fight: Although it’s very, very sad that […]

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Philadelphia, PA

When Dillon and I were homeless for a few days before we could move into our NYC apartment, we decided to take a short, spontaneous trip to Philadelphia. What I didn’t know was how easy it would be to get there, for $16 each we took a MegaBus only one and a half hours from […]

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London, England

Drum roll please… The LAST stop of our three-month world tour: LONDON. Returning to the city that I fell in love with on my study abroad in 2012, and being able to play “tour guide” for my husband, was such a treat. Finally being in an English-speaking country for the first time in three months […]

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Greece

Our Royal Caribbean cruise took us to several places throughout the Adriatic Sea, including these gorgeous islands of Greece. It was the perfect way to get a little taste of all of these places and see where we would like to go back and spend more time. Greece, especially the Santorini and Mykonos islands, were […]

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Venice, Italy

Venice is another place that exceeded all of our expectations. I knew it had canals, but I was surprised by how MANY. There are absolutely no cars on the island—just boats—because all of the streets are canals. The tiny pathways and canals were easy to get lost in, but that was the fun of it […]

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