9 Things I Absolutely Love About Venice

I could probably write a list called five million reasons I love Venice, but that would be a tad excessive. Plus, I doubt anyone would take the time to read the whole thing, so I’ve decided to sum it up into nine reasons. Venice has quickly become one of my favorite cities I’ve seen so far. Sadly, I only got to spend a week there, so there may be things I missed. Regardless, here's what I loved the most...

The Preserved History

I’ve been to a few...

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13 Things To Do And See On Your First Trip To Rome

This week I'm going to throw it back to trips taken in the past. I was supposed to go explore NYC last weekend, but we got hit pretty hard with a blizzard here. Two feet of snow later, I decided to postpone my adventure. In the meantime, I didn't want to keep everyone waiting (because I like to think that someone other than my mom reads these.)

Rome is my absolute favorite city in the whole world (so far). I don't know what it is that draws me in, but nowhere else seems to...

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16 Things You Don’t Know About Europe Until You Get There

Although I love writing about New York, I thought it’d be fun to share some advice from my past travels. Let me start by saying that I’m definitely no expert when it comes to places outside of New York State. I have visited Europe several times over the last few years, and in honor of those visits I thought it’d be fun to share all of the things I learned upon my arrival in foreign countries. Or rather all of the ridiculous mistakes I made when I first arrived. Trust me there were a...

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How to Get Completely Lost in Venice

My favorite part of traveling is the moments that I didn’t plan. The little misadventures that end up making the best stories later. The mishaps.

I live in New York City where you are constantly running to catch a train. Sometimes you are so determined to get on a train that you sprint on board just before the doors close only to realize you’re on the wrong train. Well it seems this is true for all public transport in all countries.

My boyfriend and I were in Venice a few...

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