A Farewell to Rome

It’s hard to believe that 4 months have gone by so quick, and in less than 24 hours I’ll be boarding a plane back to the USA. Yes, I’m excited for proper iced coffee and the hugs of familiar friends and family, but I’m also sad to be leaving a place that has come to

Venetian Views

I couldn’t leave Italy without visiting the floating city, other wise known as Venice! It’s crazy to think this cool place might not be here anymore some day, so I’m glad I got to see it in my lifetime! This place is truly unique for a lot of different reasons. I’ve never been to a

Danish Days

If I thought day 1 in Copenhagen was fun, day 2 was a blast. Despite the fact that it was raining, we made the most of our time in the city (well, except for the fact that we totally slept in). We checked out a bunch of really cute local boutiques, and I have to

Copenhagen, Denmark

I had barely left the airport and made my way to the metro station by the time I had the most overwhelming feeling that I was going to love Copenhagen. Or, København as the Danish would say. Everyone seemed so friendly and put together, and their public transportation was astonishing clean… a stark difference from Rome. I’m not

Capr(i love you)

Each toe extended as I launched myself off the tottering boat into the clear blue water. My body hit the waves and the freezing temperature shocked it, causing me to gasp for breath. All it took was a minute for everything to numb over until I could no longer feel my skin moving under the

Sick and Abroad

Upon first arrival in Italy, the most frustrating thing to happen while traveling happened. I got sick. I didn’t see it coming in the slightest, but that didn’t stop me from waking up the first morning with an overwhelming nauseous feeling in my body and not even an appetite for some crackers. Right when I

To New Adventures (Rome, Italy)

A little while ago I told you guys I wanted to write out my new years resolutions for a #trendytuesday post, but then I decided to wait on that because there weren’t going to be any drastic changes to my life. That is, until today. I’m currently writing this in the Boston airport waiting to