Last summer I chased after my past, searching for two names that were familiar to me but still distant, something seemingly unreachable.
Let them eat cake!
Whether or not you picture Marie Antionette tossing cake down at an angry mob of peasants (she didn’t), Versailles has long been a town of discussion and change. With so much to see and do, visiting Versailles and its famous palace can be a bit daunting. Luckily, I found a tour group that would let me bike through it!
“They may take away our lives, but they’ll never take away our freedom!”
If the inspiring words of William Wallace ring in your ear, or perhaps the phrase “Sassenach,” is whispered by a young Jaime Fraser instead, you should take to the hills – or, the Highlands!
Seoul is a place where South Korea’s rich past fuses together with modern advancements, producing a city where nearly 10 million people live, work, and create. Here are a few suggestions on what to do when you visit this distinguished metropolis.
Everyone knows that Paris is the “City of Light“, full of romantics and foodies, but do you know all of the city’s little quirks?
From swearing at hurling games to getting hopelessly lost in Dublin, here are my first impressions of Ireland.
London is a city on top of everyones bucket list – and for a good reason! The city is amazing, full of history and beauty, with famous landmarks that are must-sees as well as lesser-known gems.
But London is quite expensive as well, so long trips can be hard on your pursestrings. Sometimes a long weekend is all the time you can take. Therefore, here is my guide to a three day trip in London!