Tallinn: Candy Colored Charm, Hipster Haunts, and the World’s Best Brown Bread

While I liked Riga, I loved Tallinn. Pastel streets, cute shops, and the world’s tastiest brown bread – what’s not to adore? I arrived midday and made my way to Hotel Telegraaf, my homebase for my time in Tallinn. I didn’t have anything planned for the day, so I opted to treat myself to a bit … More Tallinn: Candy Colored Charm, Hipster Haunts, and the World’s Best Brown Bread

London: Four Teas, Three Baked Oysters, Two Avocado Toasts, and One Incredible Week of Dining

No matter how many times I visit London, it seems my list of restaurants, cafes, and teas to try never gets any shorter. No wonder, really, when for every restaurant I cross off, there seem to be at least two more waiting in the wings to be added. When I visited in January of this … More London: Four Teas, Three Baked Oysters, Two Avocado Toasts, and One Incredible Week of Dining

Vienna: Holiday Lights, Cozy Cafes, and Dancing Stallions

The first time I visited Vienna, my sister and I came up with a saying: “Vienna is sh*&ting on us.”  You see, we had the worst luck there: getting caught in a torrential downpour during dinner; trying to visit a bunch of places only to find them closed; getting separated from each other on the … More Vienna: Holiday Lights, Cozy Cafes, and Dancing Stallions

Scotland: A Collection of Castles and a Fond Farewell

On our last full day in Scotland (sob!) we left Oban and headed back toward Edinburgh, taking a very picturesque route along the way. We stopped first at a viewpoint on Loch Awe, right across from Kilchurn Castle. While we were not super close to the castle, it was still gorgeous from afar! We continued … More Scotland: A Collection of Castles and a Fond Farewell