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 →

Three Days In Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto is a very nice, laid back, and peaceful city that is home to some of the world's most incredible sights. We stayed there for 3 nights and I think we did everything we wanted to do. Just like Tokyo, the public transportation is easy to deal with, so don't stress about getting to faraway... Continue Reading →

Sydney, Australia in Five Days

Out of every city that we went to in Australia, Sydney was my favorite. There was just something about it that was so fun and easy going and it honestly reminded me of LA with the buildings, food, diverse people, and the struggle of getting around with public transportation. Also, the weather was always warm with... Continue Reading →

Melbourne in Four Days

Melbourne (pronounced Mel-bin for the locals), a fun city in Australia, is perfect for families like us. We found a lot of kid-things to do, and also took an amazing road trip down the Great Ocean Road. There are a lot a great food options, nice people, and really cool areas to explore. We also found... Continue Reading →

Three Days in Montréal

Montréal is a nice, culturally-developed city in Québec, Canada. My sister and I have never been to France, so this was a sneak-peak of what it probably looks like. Everyone in Old Montréal (where we stayed) spoke French, and many of the shops sold baguettes, croissants, and other French food. Throughout Montréal, you can find... Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Iceland Road Trip

Towns worth stopping in. 1. Vík 2. Höfn 3. Egilsstadir 4. Myvatn 5. Akureyri 6. Borgarnes While driving from place to place on our road trip, our family stopped at many amazing waterfalls, volcanoes, black sand beaches, glaciers, and lava caves. It was honestly mind-blowing, especially because I live a big city, and I've never seen... Continue Reading →

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