I think of my mom every time I see L'Occitane. She keeps this hand cream in her purse at all times, because it's the only thing that works well but doesn't smell too strong. Also this hand cream has been a lifesaver this winter because I"ve had some dryyy hands!! When I saw L'Occitane's collaboration with Rifle… Continue reading L’Occitane x Rifle Paper Co.
I know this is typical, but my trip to Greece has been my absolute favorite place I've been to (other than Paris...nothing tops Paris). If you retain one thing from this post, it should be that visiting Greece in off-season gives you the most relaxing vacation. We went in late May and it felt like the perfect… Continue reading Santorini and Ios, Greece
Berlin Wall East Side Gallery and Checkpoint Take the time to walk along the wall and see all the art on display. Brandenburg Gate This 18th-century monument is one of the most well-known in Germany. It is in the location of a former city gate that started the pathway from Berlin to Brandenburg Holocaust Memorial… Continue reading To Do In: Berlin, Germany
Lake Zurich Just people/bird watching while walking along the lake is entertaining enough. Old Town (Alstadt) This historic part of Zurich includes cobblestone streets, small shops and restaurants, and many religious landmarks. Bahnhofstrasse Zurich is known for it’s shopping and there’s a good reason. So go to Bahnhofstrasse and shop in the many stores… Continue reading To Do In: Zurich, Switzerland
Oktoberfest/Springfest I went to Springfest! It's like Oktoberfest, but smaller. This is a festival where you drink beer, eat as much as you can (sausage, cheese, pretzels, etc.), and dance on the benches to traditional german songs. It was so fun seeing everyone get so excited for every song the band played. Even if I… Continue reading To Do In: Munich, Germany