• Websites You Should Be Using When Planning A Trip

    January 5, 2018

    When my two girlfriends and I were planning our month-long trip around Europe, we came across so many websites that had some useful information, but wasn’t completely reliable. We struggled in the beginning trying to find sites that seemed like they knew what they were talking about, especially since we would be traveling by ourselves…

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  • Ireland 4-day Itinerary Photobook Pt 1

    August 12, 2017
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  • A Day Trip in Rhode Island

    August 5, 2017

    Near Cranston, Greenville & Saunderstown T’s Restaurant, Cranston, RI This is always an amazing breakfast and well-known through Rhode Island. They serve huge breakfasts and I specifically love their “light” options, even though they aren’t as “light” as you would expect.     After, this may sound redundant, but stop at Brewed Awakenings for some…

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  • A Quick Italy Itinerary

    July 19, 2017

    ~Rome~ Rome was probably my least favorite city within Italy. This may have been due to the gypsy culture we quickly encountered upon visiting the sites. However, There was so much to see here and we really did enjoy every opportunity we were given. A tour guide was definitely needed for Rome because of how…

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  • Santorini: Why You Need to Visit

    July 19, 2017

    Out of all the countries and cities we visited, I would highly recommend Santorini. Not only did I feel safe, it was amazing, beautiful and super affordable.                     Top five things to do in Greece: Eat, eat, eat, eat. I’m not joking… keep eating. The food…

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  • Funny But Accurate Lessons: Florence/Venice

    July 19, 2017

    The reason I combined these two cities is because we only spent one day in Florence. But what I can tell you about this city is that it was absolutely amazing and totally worth taking a tour to multiple wineries. It’s worth the money, which really wasn’t a lot, and you learn a lot about…

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  • Funny But Accurate Lessons: Greece

    July 19, 2017

             1. The language barrier is extremely prevalent… and say “ya mas” every time you drink           2. Feta is amazing.. actually all Greek food (serious shout out to our main food group: Greek salad) 4. Chasing the sunset with ATVs is better than ever imagined    …

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  • The Scary Adjustment into Adulthood

    April 20, 2017

    This is not an easy thing to think about. There are so many questions running through my mind… What will my first REAL job be? What is going to happen in the upcoming months? Where will I be living? It’s hard to think about all these questions, especially when I’ve been so “overplanned” most of…

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