Malibu Farm

First of all, shoutout to my girl Kenzie Andrew for introducing me to Malibu Farm, where we went for her bachelorette dinner. Located in Malibu, California, this place takes the cake for cutest pier restaurant. Seriously, it’s interior and exterior design is exactly what I want my future home to look like. And you can see only see the ocean […]

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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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Florence, Italy

We stayed in a little neighborhood on the outskirts of the city center and loved doing that because it showed us what an authentic Italian neighborhood is like. The people of Florence are extremely nice! Our first night there we went to a small family-owned restaurant in our quiet neighborhood, and although the language barrier could’ve […]

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Rome, Italy

Rome is incredibly big and there is so much to see. This was my second time back to Rome and I still don’t feel like I’ve seen a fraction of it. Going from the relaxing beach days in the French Riviera to walking around all day in Rome was difficult at first but it quickly got […]

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Paris, France

I struggled to write this post, and re-started it about ten times, because we had the best few weeks in Paris and I didn’t even know where to begin. It was fun to play “tour guide” to Dillon of all the places I fell in love with while on study abroad years back, but the […]

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The French Riviera

We took the overnight sleeper train from Paris to Nice, France. To our surprise, we actually loved it! The unfamiliarity of sleeping in a six-person cabin with complete strangers was uneasy at first, but once we got settled in and used to it, we slept like babies. There’s nothing like waking up in the sunny […]

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Paris Eats & Treats

We were in Paris for over two weeks and had a lot to EAT. Here is a list of some of our favorites: (Keep in mind we are recent grads on a tight budget, so most of these places are very affordable!) For traditional French: • Bouillon Chartier- The very epitome of traditional French. From the […]

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Breizh Cafe: Paris

Can I get a cyber-show-of-hands for all my fellow crepe lovers out there? This one’s for you: Breizh Cafe was such a blessing on a cold rainy day, also the same day we left Paris. You probably think of outdoor stands when you think of crepes in Paris, but these restaurants solely offering galettes and crepes are […]

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Angelina Paris

Most girls who’ve been to Paris already know about Angelina with its pretty tea room with to-die-for hot chocolate.  To all the men out there: it’s okay that you loved it too, we already know that deep down you are craving those buttery croissants and hot cocoa just as much as we are. But seriously, the croissants are the […]

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