Travel Diary

Eating Your Way Through Italy – 10 MUST Hit Food Spots

Eating Your Way Through Italy – 10 MUST Hit Food Spots

What better way to explore Italy than eating your way through it?! These are the ten MUST hit food spots on your next trip

Using Cheap Caribbean to Plan a Trip to the Dominican Republic

Using Cheap Caribbean to Plan a Trip to the Dominican Republic

My genuine experience with booking a girls trip to the Dominican Republic using the Cheap Caribbean travel website.

48 Hours In Nova Scotia

48 Hours In Nova Scotia

I don’t really know how or why we decided to plan a trip to Nova Scotia, but it was absolutely worth it. Nova Scotia is such a hidden gem in Canada, many people don’t even know about it or what it has to offer! I […]

Healthy Snacks for a Road Trip

Healthy Snacks for a Road Trip

I love taking day trips to explore new places not far from my house. Road trips are also a great way to save on airfare costs and allow you stop at new places along the way. There is something about road trips that screams fun […]

Part 6: Weekend at the Amalfi Coast

Part 6: Weekend at the Amalfi Coast

We stayed in a hotel in Sorento for the weekend. Friday morning we woke up at six and got on a ferry to Capri, from there we got on smaller private boats which took us on an hour and a half tour around the Island. […]

Italy Part 5: Tivoli, Italy (Villa d’Esta)

Italy Part 5: Tivoli, Italy (Villa d’Esta)

I have never seen a garden so beautiful and well thought out in my entire life. Every water fountain and statue had a meaning dating back to Renaissance Italy. The main attraction was the largest fountain, which also had an organ within it and once the water pressure built up enough it pushed the air through it and played by itself – it was amazing. We walked around for two hours and could have for two more. If you love nature, history, and beauty you cannot pass up on the opportunity to visit Villa d’Esta.

Italy Part 4: Florence/Cinque Terre

Italy Part 4: Florence/Cinque Terre

Florence Florence is so unbelievably different from Rome, and I’m not sure which I prefer. I think being from a small town Florence is more my style. Although it’s still a city, there is much less hustle and bustle. In Rome there is public transportation […]

Italy Part 3: Assisi (Mostly a food diary)

Italy Part 3: Assisi (Mostly a food diary)

I spent the day in Assisi, which was an amazing change of pace from Rome. I knew it was beautiful, mainly because I googled it the night before, but there are no words to describe the view from the city of Assisi today. It actually […]

Italy Part 1 & 2: Rome/Trastevere

Italy Part 1 & 2: Rome/Trastevere

There is no comparison to walking the back streets of Roma or greater view than from Genicola Hill. My first couple of days I explored the Capitoline Museums, the Forum, and the Colosseum. I’ve shared a bottle of wine (or two) and a platter of […]