19 Jan 2020

Oxford, England - this makes UK town #3 since I've moved to London. I really need to get out the city more because there is so much to see in the UK. And Oxford did not disappoint.

I've said this before, but as a self-proclaimed city girl, small towns do have my heart. There's something cute and cozy about a small town. I think what's so appealing is the slower pace and how quiet (and clean, omg) they are.

With a £8 roundtrip tr...

14 Jan 2020

If you know what your Hogwarts house is, can recite the Harry Potter films, or are just interested in film-making, a visit to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour is 100% necessary on a trip to London.

I had been to the studios on my last trip to London back in 2014. And during those (long) 6 years, the experience has expanded so much. It almost felt like a whole new tour, and I loved every bit of it.

Sammi was visiting from back home a...

10 Jan 2020

I have always wanted to visit Belgium - the chocolate, the fries, the WAFFLES?! It sounded like a dream come true, and visiting during the Christmas season? An absolute dream come true.

My sister and I arrived via train from Paris, with a transfer in Brussels. Honestly, train travel is so much fun and I actually prefer it to flying and driving. There's something so romantic and European about it. I don't know, I just love it.


7 Jan 2020

I am very fortunate to have visited Paris multiple times now, and it can be safely said that I will never be desensitized to its magic. Even with national train strikes that meant the metro would be closed and us averaging 45,000 steps a day. It is what it is, and my sister and I still made the most of our 3 days in the City of Lights.

Once our train arrived to Gare du Nord, we headed to our hotel for un petit somme / a quick n...

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