I bought a flight to Rome in August and had a whole entire trip planned. But my sister gave me one of those scratch off maps for Christmas and in reality she gifted me the biggest travel challenge ever! So two weeks before my flight I switched the whole thing up and booked a flight from Rome to London for a couple days! Crazy and … Continue reading 2 days in London
So this May/June I made an epic journey through Europe one plate of bruschetta, whoops I mean country at a time. First stop was Lucerne Switzerland, at A little cafe by the lake. It was heavenly, although I thought every second of our 24hrs in Switzerland was pure heaven. Next stop, Italia! We hit up Rome first, a quick one day stop but enough time … Continue reading Oh Bruschetta
I was held captive in Atlanta well Marietta, Ga this past week for work. While I usually love traveling for meetings, I’m from Atlanta so I was unenthused and hoping for a new city to explore. The meeting was actually very informative and re energizing, I have recently hit a lull in my current position as a facilitator and was considering ways out haha As … Continue reading Bucket list moment!!
You guys, I just need to point out that Chilis has stepped up their game. I mean 😱😱😱 I love me some tacos and they hit a home run with that street corn too! Far superior to any other non Mexican restaurants tacos! Continue reading Chilis on point
One of my favorite parts of Toronto was the distillery district. What used to be one of the worlds biggest distillerys has become a fun and quirky part of Toronto. Filled with hip restaurants, little shops and art galleries this area is a top spot to visit while in the city. There is also a working distillery within the district. I just loved the … Continue reading Distillery District
First of all, I’m a pretty picky eater. Im always up to try things but unfortunately my mouth just rejects it all haha Toronto is known as being the most diverse city in the world, with less then 50% of actual Canadians. Making the city a huge melting pot of all sorts or ethnicitys, cooking styles and ingredients. While I haven’t been to Asia yet, … Continue reading Toronto Eats
So I tried poutine, it’s a Canadian favorite. It’s French fries, cheese curds then gravy. I don’t like gravy at all on anything so I wasn’t enthused to try it but it was recommended by literally everyone I asked for food suggestions. I hate to say it but I wasn’t a fan, although if you are a gravy lover, this is the dish for you! … Continue reading Poutine, Amsterdam brew house