We All Scream For The Museum of Ice Cream!

A museum filled with ice cream art? Sign me up! Bought these tickets months ago for a fun date night. It was exactly that. First room was inspired by LA/Hollywood. They had an “ICE CREAM” Hollywood sign and walk of fame with celebrities who inspired these ice cream names!   The very first hall way […]

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Bread > Your Head

Day two. We had a few places on our list today and many involved a decent amount of driving. As per usual, we drank our cappuccino, had a cornetto, and set out on our way! We drove up to a volcano. Solfatara di Pozzuli. Yep. As real as they come. Solfatara di Pozzuli is shallow volcanic […]

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When the Moon Hits Your Eye…

And we are off… We pack up our things in Rome and take a bus to Roma Termini station. Like flights, I like to arrive a little early before the train takes off. We were there about an hour early. The station has plenty of small restaurants, shops, and cafes throughout the terminal. Also, there […]

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Rome: Giorno Tre

Last and final day in Rome. With no hesitation, we knew exactly where we were heading to breakfast. We went back to Sant’Eustachio il Caffè. Another cappuccino and we are on our way. Today will be shorter in writing because we spent about 5 hours walking through The Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. With that […]

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Rome: Giorno Due

With our first day in Rome complete, we were ready to take on another. This time, we had a full 12 hours. As most travelers do before they head out into the world, we do research. We research blogs, websites, reviews, articles, etc. Anything we can get our hands on…or maybe that is just me. I […]

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Rome: Giorno Uno

Finally, the day has arrived. I cannot tell you how many months I had been counting down to this trip. Then weeks, then hours, and finally minutes. We landed and needed to head to our Air BnB. Fun Fact about Moi: I love to explore cities. Not from a hotel room. How do you expect […]

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Rome in Settanta Due Ore

Here’s the deal. Before I left for Rome, I did hours and hours of research. Trying to find what the most influential and historical landmarks lived in the belly of Rome (besides the Colosseum of course). I am going to give a short break down for you. In case you don’t have time to read […]

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Where the sidewalk ends…

Shel Silverstein always warned me about this. The Cliffs of Moher. Literally the edge of the world. It felt like it, anyway. Standing 214m (702 feet) at their highest point they stretch for 8 kilometres (5 miles) along the Atlantic coast of County Clare in the west of Ireland…Although I have said this multiple times throughout […]

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Outside Reality.

This was the greenery I was looking for. Yes, it absolutely exists. You can literally stand over this view for hours and still fail to take in all of its beauty. Sunday, we traveled to Wicklow on a tour bus with a group of students. We were gone the majority of the day exploring what […]

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