When we went to Portugal last spring, we made our home base in Lisbon and booked a day trip out to Sintra. I’ll be honest and say that Rick and I did not do much planning for this trip and kind of just went along for the ride with what my family wanted to do,
I’ll never turn down the opportunity to explore France and expand my knowledge of the country, its customs, and of course indulge in its amazing food and wine scene. And I’m not the only one who thinks this way. France is consistently one of the top-rated travel destinations in Europe – and for good reason!
It’s Bastille Day, the commemorative holiday of the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, and the launch of the French Revolution. In honor of the historic event, we’re doing a deep dive on a famous Paris landmark that was built to commemorate the centennial of Bastille Day: The Eiffel Tower! The Eiffel Tower
Belém Tower: it’s an iconic part of Lisbon and the most famous landmark of Portugal. This UNESCO World Heritage Site symbolizes the Age of Discoveries and achieved this designation in 1983. It’s also one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal! I know, I’m wasting all my fun facts about the Belém Tower right in my
We’re getting ever closer to our trip to Portugal and though we’ve got out travel itinerary pretty much nailed down, we still have to perfect a few phrases we’ll be using as we travel around Lisbon! I love learning new languages and while I have no hopes of being fluent in Portuguese by the time
We’re at the final countdown! One month to go until we’re exploring Portugal! We cannot wait to get back to Europe and cross another amazing country off our travel bucket list! We’ have our eyes on Portugal for awhile now but it’s crazy to think that it’s actually becoming a reality and soon enough we’ll
Spring is coming upon us and many of us reminisce about the days when this fresh new season meant spring break! You can still enjoy spring break but instead of leaving homework and school behind, you can travel with your friends and leave emails and project management tools behind. Traveling with friends is lots of
It still doesn’t feel real that our first lockdown was about two years ago. Rick and I are still trying to get our 2020 trip to England, Scotland, and Ireland back on our calendar. We’ve been able to plan getaways here and there but our style of travel has definitely changed these last two years.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and since love is in the air I thought it’d be fun to explore how we talk about love in the most romantic of the languages, the Romance languages! The Romance languages all come from Vulgar Latin and split into French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Romanian. Rick and I have been
Sagrada Familia is definitely a must-see when you travel to Barcelona, Spain. It’s a true work of art, both inside and out. Rick and I even stayed behind after our tour group went back to the hotel to stay a bit longer and soak up the vibrant blues and warm reds and to discover the