Ultimate Winter Travel Guide: Vienna and Budapest

Travel Guide to Vienna and Budapest When: I traveled during the week of Christmas and left before New Years. Both cities are very cold in the winter but it is still considered high season because of the Christmas markets and winter wonderland feeling it portrays. Route: Flew to London Heathrow → Vienna → Bus to Budapest → London Heathrow → […]

Greece: Serene in Santorini

A week in Greece: Santorini

Santorini Information: Ferry website: Hellenic Seaways @http://www.hellenicseaways.gr/index.php/en/ Hotel: Homeric Poems @http://www.homericpoems.gr/ After three days of non-stop partying & drinking at Mykonos, Santorini  was our next stop on our all girls Greece trip and it was much needed. We took the ferry from Mykonos to Santorini using Hellenic Seaways. The ferry ride was definitely not as […]

Greece: Hotel Palladium Mykonos Review

hotel palladium mykonos

Our first hotel was Hotel Palladium Mykonos! We chose a 5-star hotel that was reasonably priced called Hotel Palladium Mykonos. We found the deal on Expedia but chose to book directly through the hotel which had one  of the rooms at the same price (luckily).I have a weird thing about booking directly through the hotel rather than […]

Paris: Eiffel Tower + wandering around

Eiffel Tower

On our last day of Paris, we woke up bright and early to enjoy a leisurely breakfast at one of the many cafes near our apartment. It was a bit chilly but they had the heat lamps going and we were able to snag a table tucked in the corner of the cafe patio. Today’s plan […]

Paris: Palace of Versailles

It was a chilly and cloudy day when we ventured out to the Palace of Versailles. The clouds did nothing to diminish the golden gates of the palace though. I was super excited since we were in FRANCE (our first full day). +  The Palace of Versailles!  The entire grounds is ginormous and over the […]

Iceland: Reykjavik

  The next day, we explored the city of Reykjavik. It’s a small city but obviously has so much history (duh). It’s colorful amongst the grey skies + very clean and almost quaint. Everybody in Reykjavik has hot running water in their house from the hot water from the volcanoes (all geothermal) so Iceland is definitely […]