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My Heart Belongs in Seattle

I realized on a recent trip to Seattle that my heart belongs there.  While I live in the most beautiful place on earth, I am originally from Seattle.  We hadn’t been there in 8 years, so it was time to take the kids up there for a visit. Immediately, I remembered why I love Seattle so much, my family is there and I just felt at home. Since we only had...

Bulgaria: A Family Friendly Destination

Looking out over the Sea I love off the beaten path places (remember Romania), I see travel bloggers who all go to the same places, and I want something different. I crave undiscovered places. But I also want places that are family friendly because of my kids. Bulgaria checked off those boxes. While it is gaining popularity amongst the Europeans most Americans still...

Family Friendly Vienna in Four Days

Cobblestone streets in Vienna School is wrapping up and spring is here. Today on the blog, one of my favorite cities-Vienna, Austria! Hands down the most family friendly city to date for us. Interestingly enough, Vienna at one time was not geared towards children at all. But it was a fan favorite for my kids, the Haus der Musik,the Schonbrunn Palace, Stephansdom, the...

How to (Successfully) Travel Gluten Free

Delta was amazing at trying to find GF foods! About 5 years ago, my little Minion was diagnosed with celiac disease which changed our lifestyle completely. I used to mill all of our wheat and make bread from scratch! We ate homemade rolls, buns, pretzels, but our favorite was Friday night pizza-from scratch. When the diagnosis came I continued to make it for the rest...

Gluten Free Guide to Bucharest

Looking for a gluten free guide to Bucharest? Look no further, I created one just for celiacs. Before going to Romania, I did extensive research on Romania and where celiacs could eat. I messaged some locals I connected with who told me that they did have options, but my easiest options would be the larger grocery stores. For the celiacs that are reading, I’ll...

An (Honest) Review of Norwegian Cruise Line Escape

Almost every year my husband and I escape (like my pun) for our anniversary. We started this about 5 years ago because of his insane schedule we realized we weren’t pouring into our relationship like we should be. Sometimes our trips are weekend getaways to Asheville, other times we splurge on grander trips. This past year we decided to go to Bermuda. We had...

Bucharest: A City with Something for Everyone

Cheers from Bucharest Bucharest is a city that literally has something for everyone. Adults and children will love the city. We just returned from Bucharest and I am so excited to share about our wonderful trip there! Have you been to a city that you had to peel back the layers to fully understand it? Bucharest is that city! I encourage you to visit and to take your...

New Year, New Goals

Happy New Years Friends! I cannot believe 2018 is over, seriously where did the time go? I have been MIA the last few weeks because we’ve been traveling. How do people travel and blog? Goal this year, learn to do it. What a fun year though, we visited several west coast cities. We also had a stint in Germany for a month, while there we visited several cities in...

Gouda a Cheese Lovers Paradise

Visit Gouda, Netherlands’ cheese market during the summer months. I love cheese, pretty much every kind of cheese, but especially Gouda cheese.  While staying in Geilenkirchen, I researched several places to go, Gouda piqued my interest.  Who wouldn’t want to go to a cheese lovers paradise? Gouda, Netherlands is located in south Holland and was...

A Day Trip to Kinderdijk

Beautiful views I’m so excited to share about our day trip to Kinderdijk, Netherlands.  This past summer we spent several weeks living in Geilenkirchen, Germany (GK).    We chose GK because my grandfather lived near there for many years.  It is centrally located to several other towns that we wanted to visit.  Over the course of the...