Three Days In Florence, Italy

Florence, to me, is one of the greatest cities in the world. Because it is the birthplace of the Renaissance, you will find incredible art and architecture, jaw dropping views, an amazing taste of Italian delicacies, and an all around magical time. Because we only had three days in Florence, every day was packed with activities, sightseeing,... Continue Reading →

Your Five Day Guide To Rome, Italy

Rome may be rather small, but it is full of amazing art, incredible architecture, engaging locals, and a year round energy that makes it one of the most beloved European cities to visit. Oh and please don't get me started with the food. Whenever you turn, there are restaurants overflowing with people eating fresh pizza,... Continue Reading →

Six Amazing Eateries In Rome

After spending five days in the bustling city of Rome, we've decided that getting the right food is one of the most important parts to having a great trip. We learned that it is pretty hard to go extremely wrong when looking for Italian food, but this guide will give you the six most outstanding... Continue Reading →

Four Days in Seoul, South Korea

Seoul is a very bright, busy, high tech city that is not at all like Tokyo. The city is home to many typical "Asian" street markets, meaning motorcycles zoom around you, people are yelling at you to buy their food, and has a dirtier vibe than clean, civilized Japanese markets. Aside from all of the... Continue Reading →

Your Guide To The Japanese Alps

Matsumoto, Kanazawa, and Takayama are three great cities to go to in between Tokyo and Kyoto. They are all small, friendly places and are all very easy to get to by train, but it does require a little backtracking. I recommend staying in Matsumoto for 1 night to see the famous castle, Kanazawa for 2 nights... Continue Reading →

Three Days in Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is the roaring capital of Japan and is all around amazing. I know some people compare it to New York City, but it is nothing like it. The city is high tech, having trains like Shinkansen zoom around at 280 mph, culturally stunning with its amazing temples, shrines, and palaces, and just like the... Continue Reading →

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