Our massive family decided to escape to the mountains for some well-deserved R&R over the weekend, but failed to decide on which area they were going to. After several hours of deliberation over which place to go to, a little bit of yelling, and lots of sighing in exasperation, I booked some non-refundable rooms and suddenly we were going to Asheville whether we liked it or not.
Fernweh and I are coffee/hot chocolate/chai latte addicts! Just kidding... we have about 2-3 a week but wanted to compile a list of where we've been. This list will be in no particular order and also I sincerely apologize for the lack of pictures. Caravelle: We found this hipster cafe because it was near to … Continue reading Happiness is a foamy cappuccino.
Coffee in Spain, much like every other word in Spanish, is not simply café. There's a million and one varieties.
We’ve heard that people are either Barcelona people or Madrid people. We set out to discover if that was true.
On the train from Venice to Florence, I was doing a little background research about and discovered that Florence is the birthplace of probably one of the most important things to ever be born - possibly in the history of the world. Gelato. https://www.instagram.com/p/BDg2qV6LOPN/ I believe in levels of love. I love my family … Continue reading A Lot o’ Gelato
Our flight from Barcelona to Rome was early, and while Food and I prefer sunsets to sunrises, we somehow made it to the airport and through the hazardous situation that is security and weren’t late. After making it to the hotel, dumping all our belongings in various places in the room and taking the briefest … Continue reading Rome, Italy //Day 1
Our last stop on our two-week long adventure was Cagliari, Italy. Honestly, out of all the cities we ported at; Cagliari was the least planned for and likely the least thought about. But now, after being back in Barcelona and reminiscing on the memories; some of the fondest came from Cagliari and the sweet people we … Continue reading Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy
Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria is an unforgettable experience, and an unmissable one if you come to Barcelona.
The craving for chocolate has (for real) gone through the roof! I simply couldn’t take it anymore. Xx Food