We spent seven days in Sicily, dividing our time between Taormina, Siracusa, and Modica. Read about our time here along with my recommendations for where to find the best street food (hint: ragu arancini from Da Cristina in Taormina, sandwiches from Borderi in Siracusa, and chocolate from Antica Dolceria Bonajuto), where to stay, and what activities to take advantage of in each region!
Praiano, Italy, is a small town on the Amalfi Coast located between Positano and Amalfi. It’s the least touristy spot on the Amalfi Coast and therefore, in my opinion, the best place to stay. Here’s a recap of our time there along with my accommodation, restaurant, bar, and activity recommendations!
Garrett and I left Corfu and continued our European summer in Santorini. We spent two weeks in Firostefani, a small town north of the capital Fira and along the caldera. Read about our time on this beautiful island here!
Inspired by the TV show The Durrells in Corfu, Garrett and I picked this island to kick off our European summer tour! We spent two weeks exploring Corfu and absolutely fell in love. Read about our experiences and what I’d recommend for those wanting to visit.
Planning on visiting Paris in the winter? Plane tickets and accommodation are usually cheaper and the crowds are certainly thinner. Here’s my guide on where to stay, what to wear, what to see, and how to enjoy Paris the most during the wintertime.
My travel guide to Bath, Somerset: Bath is the largest city in Somerset, England, situated in rolling green hills in the valley of the River Avon. It’s known for its natural hot springs, Roman-built baths dating back to 60 AD, 7th-century abbey, and 18th-century honey-colored Georgian architecture. The popularity of the hot springs drove Bath to become a popular spa town in the Georgian era, and Jane Austen called the city home in the early 19th century.
Rye, East Sussex is one of England’s most picturesque towns. It’s full of medieval history and architecture, beautiful scenery, and endless charm. It’s perfect for a quiet getaway - just an hour on the train from St. Pancras Station in London. Mermaid Street and The Mermaid Inn are worth the visit alone. If you’re in England and have time to explore the countryside a bit, I wholeheartedly recommend going to Rye. Here are my recommendations for your trip!
Lisbon felt raw. Vibrant. Unedited, like the locals aren’t quite sure yet what to make of tourists. It’s where old meets new and cultures clash together. The homes are peachy orange, robin’s egg blue, red roofed and tiled. There’s graffiti on the walls and laundry hanging from the windows and dramatic musicians playing Fado in the shade. It feels old-worldly and Mediterranean and...real.
A guide for what to eat, drink, and do while in Dublin Ireland. Includes visiting Temple Bar without the crowds, stopping for a meal in a restaurant favored by James Joyce, and learning how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness.
Newport, Rhode Island. A little slide of New England heaven. Want to know where to get the best lobster roll and sun on the best beach? Need help choosing which mansions to tour? Curious how to access Cliff Walk? Check out this visitor’s guide to Newport, RI.
I'll forever think of Palm Springs as a place where Buddy Holly plays off of a turntable record and margaritas are sipped from plastic glasses in the pool. Where croquet is set up on the lawn and sliding glass doors are thrown open to capture the palm tree breeze. Where homes are built low into the landscape of the desert and accented with pops of color. Where, no matter what year it really is, you'll feel like you've stepped back into the 1950s.
A local's guide to Nob Hill, the quintessential San Francisco neighborhood. Find out the best bars, restaurants, and sights to see among the steep hills, swanky hotels, cable cars, and historical buildings.
Maui is a beautiful island, full of sights and activities that shouldn't be missed. In this post, read about how to best enjoy Maui through exploring, hiking, sight seeing, whale watching, eating local, and more.
The Pelican Inn in Northern California is the perfect weekend getaway. With 16th century Tudor style architecture, it's charming at every angle. Go for a hike along Muir Beach and then retire to the pub for a pint and fish and chips. It's like a little bit of England in California!