While I was in London, I decided to take a day trip to Bath. From the London Paddington Station it took about an hour and a half each way and cost 60 pounds round trip (around $80 USD). The trains run every half hour so you have a lot of flexibility with how long you want to stay. The two main things I did in Bath was shop and visit the popular Roman Baths. The day I went was gorgeous and there are a ton of great shops on the… View Post

Exploring London as an adult was such a different experience than when I was there as a kid. I was no longer begging my parents to take me to the Hard Rock Cafe for dinner and actually got to experience the city as it truly should be. A lot of my trip to Europe I was strolling around the city alone – which to be honest is something I love to do. I travel a lot for work so I’ve gotten used to being alone and making the most of… View Post

If you follow me on Instagram you know I LOVE myself some good food and drinks, so I’ve complied a list of my favorite finds in London! Peggy Porshen Cakes: This bakery is not only adorable but it also has delicious cupcakes and hot chocolate. Beware this is a popular spot and there may be a line! 2. Domonique Ansel Bakery: Right down the street from Peggy Porchen. If you go you have to try their Cronut! It is AMAZING! We also tried their signature DKA (Domonique’s Kouigan Amann) which… View Post

I am part Swedish and Norwegian so I was really excited to take a trip to Stockholm in 2011. I finally found a place where I truly felt like I fit in with all of the tall blonde people cruising the streets. One thing I did not realize when I went there was that I went at a time in the year when the sun goes down around 3pm (clearly my friends and I did a lot of investigating before booking our trips…). I tried to explore as much as I… View Post

Hey Everyone! Todays post is about Berlin and is part 3 of a series of blogs I have been doing on Germany. You might be able to tell from my other Germany posts that I love visiting this country. My grandfather served in World War II so ever since I was a young girl I have loved learning about the history of the war. What I love most about Berlin is that there are little memorials all over the city to recognize what happened during that time. Things to see: Brandenburg Gate Memorial… View Post