Adventures Abroad

Dinner in the Eiffel Tower (Paris, France) Le Jules Verne resides at the top of the Eiffel Tower, offering the most amazing multi-course meal I’ve ever had (pretty sure I took a picture of every part of the meal). Not just a meal but an all around dining experience, this restaurant is one for the […]

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Boston bucket list

It’s undeniable that Boston is beautiful in the summers. In a sunny city with diverse neighborhoods, there are literally thousands of things to do here. I’ve done a little research and received some insight to make my summer short list! Free things, food things, and all the fun things make my list this season. Movie at […]

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Thoughts on going home

Defining home has always been a bit abstract to me. By the age of 8 if someone asked me where I was from, my explanation would begin with, “Well I was born in Ohio, but …” Bouncing from house to house as a kid made home feel like just a place instead of a feeling. […]

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How to Hygge

My favorite part about Copenhagen wasn’t something you can physically go to see, but a feeling you have while you’re there. Maybe you’ve heard of it, maybe you haven’t, but the feeling of hygge is something I came to realize the city of Copenhagen itself possesses. Hygge doesn’t have to be something you adopt or a […]

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Don’t forget to fika

Stockholm, Stockholm, what a charming city. Blue skies act as the perfect canvas for vibrant, detailed architecture and rich sunsets that ignite the city. Sweden felt like a return to civilization after trekking through the wilderness of Norway. We were ready for some refined coffee shops and strolling through galleries, which is exactly what we […]

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Preikestolen

Dusk snuck upon us as we sat in the Lilland Hotel in the Preikestolen Village, sampling beers and munching on olives with multigrain toasts. It had been a long day, and we could hardly muster the energy to head back to our bed and breakfast in Hundvag. I wanted to get some thoughts down on […]

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a Rendezvous in Oslo

Ah, the journey that is traveling. I came quite the direct route to Norway. Something like Boston to Lisbon, to Munich and then to Oslo. I was so grateful to myself, upon hearing that my connecting flight closed their gates as I was hustling through security, that I had spent the extra $35 on flight […]

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