Florence, Italy is full of art, museums and amazing architecture. Today I am sharing a Florence travel guide on how we spent two full days in the city known as the “cradle of the Renaissance,” including how to see the statue of David for free, which church is a must-see and which one is not […]
Anne Frank and her family are famous for hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam during the Second World War. Anne was only 13 years old when she went into hiding with her parents, sister and another family. The building where they hid for 2 years is now a museum called the Anne Frank House, and […]
Hello! This spring and summer has been so crazy! I wanted to let you know what’s been going on, and what to expect from the blog going forward (hint, LOTS of travel posts!). This post is a quick catch-up on life lately, so grab a cup of tea or coffee or hot chocolate or whatever suits […]
Murano, Burano and Torcello are three Venetian islands that are super easy to get to from Venice, Italy. They are each so different, and are definitely worth a day trip. This post is a quick read full of photos from the three islands.
Central Park truly is an oasis within New York City. Its popularity is evident with the amount locals and tourists all enjoying the fresh air, escaping from the busy streets. One of my favourite activities we did on a recent trip to New York City was row boating in Central Park. There is something so magical […]