I went prepared—timeline in hand—but there was absolutely nothing that could prepare me for the real deal.
I’m resolved to travel, come hell, high water, or €350 taxis.
We had to go to the Spanish Consulate, but D.C. was distracting so we stayed for 5 days.
From being a city of revolution and democracy when the first Americans were busy throwing tea into harbors and overthrowing our pinkie-lifting overlords, to the modern-day cultural melting pot, Philadelphia has a rich background and is rife with things to explore.
Burt’s Pumpkin Patch is at the foot of the Appalachians, in the mountains of Georgia, and was once a bit of a fall escape for my family.
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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.
In a search to quantify exactly what my genetics contain, scare myself into never having children, and be even more irritating than I already am, I got myself DNA tested for my birthday.
Returning to the United States has been a bit of a culture shock - which shouldn’t be shocking, considering Food and I opted to return right before the most American of days. Not only was it Independence Day - when all true ‘muricans sing the song of our people by cawing like an eagle (the … Continue reading Party in the USA
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.