Twisting roads, rolling green hills, medieval stone cities, fairytale views, and Chianti wine? Um, yes please. Continue reading “Photobook: Tuscany”
Florence is full of art. Some may debate that the entire city is a work of art. I’m definitely partial to that side of the argument. It also doesn’t take a lot of sifting through photos to discover why.
I would be absolutely content spending the rest of my life taking photos of Venice. I mean, come on, just take a quick peek . . . Continue reading “Photobook: Venice”
I’m trying not to be as materialistic anymore . . . but that doesn’t necessarily mean I totally dislike buying things I probably shouldn’t spend my money on. I’m still working on it. Continue reading “My Travel Bucket List: Souvenirs”
Venice was my first taste of Italy. It was a place I had only read about in literature and seen recreated in films. Continue reading “Vibrant Venice”
Two households, both alike in dignity,
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene,
People say that photographs are the best souvenirs. And I agree – I took hundreds upon hundreds of photos! They’re snapshots of memories. They’re personal.
However, I also think there is something satisfying about bringing back a tangible item. Something actually from that country, that city, that moment. Continue reading “The Best Souvenirs For Backpackers”