Visit Sevilla for Free

Plaza de España - Maria Luisa Park - Sevilla for Free

Traveling can be expensive, but luckily, once you’re in Sevilla there are loads of activities to choose from that won’t break the bank. The city is filled with beautiful squares, parks, a river walkway, and free flamenco galore. It’s also home to a ton of museums that offer free entrance days, but we’ll just count … [Continue Reading…]

The Only Coffee Shops to Visit in Gracia, Barcelona (aka my hood)

Freelancing

When talking about coffee in Barcelona there are a few names that seem to always pop up: Satan’s Coffee Corner Nomad Coffee Skye Coffee Company It makes sense since these were some of the very first movers in the Barcelona craft coffee scene. And I must say, we’re all very grateful to them. Here’s the … [Continue Reading…]

The Ultimate New England Road Trip (Part 2)

Pemaquid Point New England Northeast Road Trip

Hi again! Alright, so last time I told you all about the first half of the epic northeast road trip Tony and I took in the fall of 2014. If you missed it, you can check it out here or enjoy this epicly short summary: we drank a lot of beer, ate potentially too much ice cream, … [Continue Reading…]

El Día de Sant Jordi: A Complete History of Catalonia’s Valentine’s Day

Dia de Sant Jordi Barcelona Catalonia

I know what you’re thinking: Liz, you’re two months late.  Yes, February 14th, Valentine’s Day, has become an internationally celebrated holiday, but just like American’s call it The Hallmark Holiday, Spaniards refer to it as “El Día de El Corte Inglés” – a quip at the largest department store chain in Spain (think Sears, Nordstrom, … [Continue Reading…]

Eat Your Way Through Paris: French Cheese, Wine, Chocolate, Crepes, and more

Coutume Cafe Eating in Paris

If you’re taking a trip to Paris everyone will tell you that you must go to the top of the Eiffel tower, take a boat ride along the Seine, visit the Louve, see the Arc de Triomphe, walk down the Champs-Élysées, and of course see the bones of the more than 6 million Parisians buried … [Continue Reading…]