New Orleans is renowned for a few Creole food staples. We tried as much as possible during our couple days in NOLA!
Taking a bite of everything in the district.
Coffee in Spain, much like every other word in Spanish, is not simply café. There's a million and one varieties.
It seems like at least 80% of the people I meet here in Europe are at least bilingual, and more than a small percentage of them speak more than four languages. I’ve met at least five that speak seven or more! Meanwhile, in the United States, being bilingual in one of the four majors (Spanish, … Continue reading Best Resources for Learning Another Language
My first trip to Florence was the thing of my dreams. I’d finished AP European history a couple weeks before and considered myself a savant, spouting off Machiavelli this and Michelangelo that. In a single day, I fell in love with the city and its food, the sights, the people. (But mostly the food.) … Continue reading Florence, Italy
Food and I were too keyed up to be calm when flying to Venice. We had a mere 24 hours before we’d see Fiasco, our younger whirlwind of a sister, and we were also going to be spending the next five days exploring two of our favorite cities, eating a lot of great food, and, … Continue reading Venice, Italy
Throwing it back to November. I swear I wrote this back then - and edited out some of the sass more recently - but again, not apologizing. Anyways, as Audrey says "By all means, Rome. I will cherish my visit here in memory as long as I live." We woke up early to make it … Continue reading Rome, Italy //Day 2