After spending time on the French Riviera, we made our way north to the Provence region of France to experience the lavender fields in full bloom. Typically, the perfect time to visit and see lavender is mid-July. Our days were long, with the sun rising early in the morning and setting around 10pm each night. It’s hot this time of…Read the Post
Last month we spent three weeks in the south of France, starting with the French Riviera. This part of France is known for incredible ocean views, picturesque towns, and delicious restaurants. We felt right at home the moment we arrived at our first stop just outside of Nice, the seaside town of Villefrance-Sur-Mer. From there, our day trips consisted of…Read the Post
I’ve been wanting to visit the Gorges du Verdon for years. Located a couple hours north of the French Riviera and east of the Provence region, the Gorges du Verdon is the perfect add-on to any South of France trip. We visited mid-July and opted to stay nearby in Cotignac, a medieval French town with centuries-old cave buildings and local…Read the Post
I love wintertime in Europe. There’s something magical about snow-covered pastel houses and Christmas markets that make everyone cheerful. Throughout the past couple of years of living abroad, Jacob and I have been fortunate enough to travel to a variety of winter destinations in Europe. This list covers all our favorites — from tucked-in wood cabins nestled in the Austrian…Read the Post
If you’ve been following along on our journey for a while, it probably comes as no surprise to hear me say that I love Europe. Ever since I was young, I was enamored with the idea of living abroad and traveling to a different European country every month. Cities in Europe just seemed more romantic than anywhere else I’d been…Read the Post
Last year was our first winter living in Amsterdam, so we finally got a taste of Europe’s Christmas Markets. I fell in love with them instantly. This year instead of visiting one or two markets near us, we planned a (fairly last minute!) road trip to see six of the best Christmas Markets across Germany and France. Some of my…Read the Post
There are many things that come to mind when I think of Paris. Food, wine, picnics by the Eiffel Tower, immaculate gardens, evening strolls… Paris is so picturesque and timeless. What I love most about the city is each individual neighborhood’s charm and quirks. No matter where you are, you’re sure to stumble upon a local spot that will quickly become…Read the Post
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