Hello everyone. I broke down our entire trip of NY below so I hope it helps you plan your own! Photo diary included below. Favorite Memory- Having a picnic in Central Park! There is a Whole Foods near Central Park on Columbus Circle. We grabbed lunch there and walked until we found a gorgeous lake. We stayed in that spot all day long. Where to stay
-Don’t stay in Times Square-
Definitely check this area out as it is something magical to see! But if you can help it, I high
I am beyond glad I found this boutique hotel in Pittsburgh! They have locations in Pittsburgh and New York. Myself and Kaptan were lucky enough to stay at their Pittsburgh location over the weekend while visiting some family. I’ll be honest if it wasn’t for my bother graduating college I don’t think I would ever go to Pittsburgh but I am so glad I did! The city has so much history and character, not to mention the people are so nice. The downtown architect
Kaptan and I recently traded in our beach house to stay a night at the well known Pendry San Diego located in the heart of the Gaslamp District.
We were lucky enough to experience dinner at LionFish followed by a night at Oxford Social Club. As you will see, all three of these establishments lived far beyond our expectations, as I am sure they will yours as well.
We were immediately greeted with a warm professional welcome followed by a grand lobby that screams
Ibiza was a last minute additional stop for us. We went there with no idea of where we wanted to stay or go. Thankfully, we were not on too much of a schedule constraint so we spent as long as we needed to, on the island, until we truly got he full Ibiza experience. I wouldn't have had it any other way.
There are some key factors and decisions that are crucial to having the perfect experience in Ibiza. I hope my guide helps you get to know Ibiza and let me know if you have
1. Visit Lisbon and Porto-These two coastal cities are the most populated for a reason. Lisbon is on the Southern coast and reminds me a lot of San Francisco. It is filled with bright, vibrant colors and preserved older buildings that make you seem like you are in another world. The city is very hilly so there are many spectacular views. Trolleys run throughout the city as well, making for easy transport to get around. Spectacular bridges that run over bays and lead to the oc
Seville was my first time in Spain and I loved it!
The beautiful Spanish architecture, the food, flamenco, language, and people. Transportation We traveled from France to Sevilla with Ryan Airlines. Sevilla does not have a ton of public transportation so we took a cab from the airport to our hotel.
There is one Metro Line that runs up and down the middle of Seville and bus lines that come regularly through out the city during the day. The players hotel that Kaptan and I we
Often referred to as the "Little Venice" or "The Fairytale of Europe", Brugge is one of the most charming towns in the World. You will find your heart filled with culture, great food, and beautiful memories after leaving this city.
This was mine and Kaptan's second time visiting Brugge and we both agreed it is easily a place we could see ourselves living. This mid-evil town is completely surrounded by water in the shape of a circle and is connected by beautiful parks, stone