A little wine date in Croatia

One of the things I love about traveling, is discovering various wines that I would never have had access to in the states. The wine region of Croatia is very small and thus, the wine is not exported. Obviously, I had to take myself for a little tasting and see what this wine was all…

A quick overnight to Florence

Part of the awesomeness of working in Rome, is the ability to jump on a train for a quick overnight trip to Florence. My coworker and I had a day off together and jumped on the 6:03am train to explore Florence. We went with no expectations and had an absolutely amazing time. We checked into¬†Eurostudent…

Tour de Provence

Mom and I started the day with a walk into St. Remy for the weekly market. We picked up some new scarves as well as some delicious strawberries, nuts and fresh baked bread for a little picnic lunch later in the day. We were told to drive to a town called Les Baux de Provence…

To Gordes and beyond!

France is quite a large country and Southern France has a ton of areas to explore. We chose to take a day trip to Gordes and Bonnieux and we were not disappointed! Somehow I was appointed to be the driver along this beautiful countryside. I think living in LA gave me the one up on…

A French culinary tour through London…sort of

We have been setting out to accomplish so much everyday and falling quite short. Today we set out to have lunch, walk around the Saatchi Gallery and have dinner. And I must say, we accomplished it all! We thought we were experts at the train by now, but we still managed to get on the…

My version of Sideways

I love traveling and heading to exotic and weird places and often times forget that I grew up in an amazing place in California. I grew up in Sonoma County¬†in Santa Rosa and Glen Ellen. For those of you who have no idea what that means, it means I grew up in the heart of…