Tag

Travel Guide

Browsing

The first stop and well known town out of the Italian coastline treasures is the quaint destination of Sorrento. Known for limoncello, lively street music, and a bustling marketplaces, Sorrento is a destination for everyone. Each corner holds surprising new flavors of gelato, a new memorabilia with the famous lemon designed on it, and of course cafes you can smell a mile away. This town holds as the gateway to many popular destinations through the coastline of Italy. Only 30 minutes away from Ravello, Positano, and Amalfi, it makes for a great home base for indulging in the Mediterranean lifestyle. For those who crave a little adventure on the waters, the island of Capri is just a ferry ride away and can be easily experienced in just a day’s worth of time.

Continue Reading

“The changing of colors is always a comforting reminder that endings are just preparation for new beginnings.”

I am always a sucker for all things fall. So on a Sunday afternoon after seeing a few photos of Napa Valley online, I dragged my husband out of bed and set out to experience all that Napa Valley had to do offer for fall. The first stop was at the Oxbow Market in Napa for a quick bite at 5 Dot Ranch to fuel up for the day. The rest of the day was spent driving down Silverado Trails stopping at numerous wineries to take in views, enjoy fine wine, and of course to capture the colors of autumn.

Continue Reading

Santorini, Greece has become a special place to me as it was one of my favorite stops in the Greek isles. The people are so friendly, warm smiles everywhere you go, the food was made with passion and the views, well were memorable. I loved exploring Fira and Oia and finding hidden cafes on the side streets. Santorini is a diverse island that has many different ways to enjoy it. These here are the top things to do in Santorini….

Continue Reading

As I walked into the small street that define Oia as one of the most romantic towns in the Greek islands, I quickly fell in love. Little Cycladic dwellings all squished together on this cliffside, one would of thought there was a competition for the best view of the Aegean Sea. Perhaps the dark blue waters made the white-washed walls stand out or maybe the other way around, either way both were fine by me. Spending a holiday in Oia, Santorini would involve a few things

Continue Reading
Pin It