As much as we loved the city of Prague, we wanted to get out to the countryside to experience the real Czech culture and see some smaller villages. After doing some research, we found – OFF ROAD SAFARI, CZ . Click to jump on our journey! Continue reading “Bohemian Vineyards and Wine Tasting Tour”
We were in Prague at a special time – Easter time! Easter in Prague is big – they decorate the Old Town with eggs, ribbon and set up Easter Markets. In addition to the Easter Market, we found ourselves some wonderful restaurants. In this post, we feature our favorite restaurants in Prague!
We have been waiting to go ‘czech’ this city out for a couple years now and finally got a chance to this Spring (April 2018). What a lovely capital city it is – bustling with history, cobblestone streets, gothic churches, colorful baroque buildings and of course the beer! Czech Republic consumes the most beer out of any country in the world. When you visit you will see and taste first hand why – its smooth, delicious and cheaper than water! Find out more what we did on our trip below and in the next post where we ate!
Since visiting London now a couple times we can truly say its one of our favorite cities! As seen HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE you will learn about the sites we saw, places we ate and hotels we recommend while in London In this post, you will find some additional recommendations we discovered on our last two trips.
Zermatt, Switzerland is home to one of the most famous mountains…The Matterhorn! Famous so much, Disney designed one of their rides after this Swiss Alps Peak. Zermatt was one of the most lovely ski villages we had been to. The car-less streets are lined with boutiques, restaurants, chocolate shops and bakeries. It’s a year-round village that attracts hikers and skiers from all over the world. The region called “Matterhorn glacier paradise” is Europe’s largest and highest lying summer skiing region. Numerous national ski teams train here in the summer. The region is legendary amongst mountaineers: the Haute Route, a challenging international route that takes several days to complete, leads from Mont Blanc to Zermatt. We visited Mont Blanc this past summer – post HERE.
We LOVED Zermatt and can’t wait to go back and enjoy more après !
It was our first time in staying in Milano. Kay had passed through Milano Centrale on the way to Lake Como 10 years ago while studying abroad in Florence. Milan is a high fashion, fast-paced metropolis. Very different from other Italian cities we have visited. It’s the city of the future, where people really care about what they are wearing, creativity is big business and work drinks are an art form.
There are many different neighborhoods – some of our favorites being Porta Nuova/ Isola and Brera. We enjoyed walking the streets and exploring this Northern Italian city, but wouldn’t make a special trip back unless we had to pass through or had work there. If you find yourself in Milano, be sure to check out these spots and you will be sure to have a lovely time ! Continue reading “Milan, Italy”
Being one of the youngest countries in the world (declared their independence on June 3, 2006), Montenegro was one of our favorite places we went during our holiday. Though we spent very little time in the beautiful country, 1 day, we would 100% go back and stay longer!
Dubrovnik is the walled city where Game of Thrones was filmed. It’s a town that attracts many tourists each year, especially in the Summer months. A little too crowded for our liking, but we found some hidden gems that changed our first impressions of the city.
Needless to say, we never ran out of anything to do in Hvar. Below is a summary of activities and places we ‘played’ at. The list isn’t complete since we had a couple more adventures to check out….guess that means we have to go back!
Hvar was what we were expecting plus a thousand times. We loved staying on Hvar and wish our 3 nights were more like 5! The island is a destination for many Europeans for holiday and stag and hen parties. It’s an island of beautiful people, yachts, delicious food and authentic culture. Though the island is full of travelers, the locals that live in the homes above the main square keep the tradition of cooking famous Dalmatian recipes which you can smell from a far, they enjoy the company of their neighbors by sitting outside conversing and playing cards and keeping their businesses open by selling their crafted goods. Hvar revolves around boats….taxi boats, holiday boats, fishing boats and ferries. In the next two posts (yes, we are tributing two posts to Hvar since we loved it SOOO much), we will be sharing the sights we saw, restaurants we ate at, where we had fun, our accommodations and where to shop! Enjoy!! (Because we sure did!)