Oh Montréal... land of cheese curds, "hello, bonjour", and maple everything. It's no wonder that every time I visit I spend 60% eating and 30% shopping. The last 10% I'm walking, hoping to work off the mound of calories I'm about to intake.
There are view places that have truly taken my breath away. The Kananaskis Valley in Alberta is one of them and the Amalfi Coast in Italy is another. On this trip to Vietnam, the place that had that affect on me was Halong Bay. We were picked up by our tour (Maya Cruises) bright and… Continue reading Halong Bay, Vietnam
Hue was on my list as we planned out our trip to Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) was on B, and Hanoi we knew we had to do. I wanted to do Hue for the Old Imperial Capital, or the Citadel as they call it... but what I quickly came to learn about Hue was… Continue reading Hue – A Foodie’s Paradise
When people first think of Munich, many think of the world famous Oktoberfest, lederhosen, and beer... and I'm not going to lie, before heading there I had the same preconceptions too. However, after spending a week in the area, I've come to realize there's more to Bavaria than just beer, beer, and well, more beer,… Continue reading The many beers of Bavaria
It was three weeks out before our return trip to Europe and we still had no plans outside of visiting our beloved Paris, and spending a day in Champagne. At this point, we had planned a trip based on a cheap flight we scored direct to Paris and we had 10 days for our adventure.… Continue reading Split, Croatia
Paris is always a good idea. It's a magical city that has something for everyone. If you like art, may I direct you to the Louvre or Musée d'Orsay? If you're a foodie, need I remind you that France is the home of Escargots de Bourgogne, the crossiant, and the crêpe. If you're a history buff, well... I don't… Continue reading Paris