My Top 7 Travel Memories

When I was younger traveling was a luxury we couldn’t afford. The only trips we took were to visit my family in Puerto Rico every few years and driving down to Hershey Park in Pennsylvania. Still, our infrequent trips ignited something inside of me.

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Afternoon Tea on a Double Decker Bus

On my final day in London there was one thing left that I needed to try: the desserts. I wanted to taste the cakes, lick an ice cream and devour an entire pie. Alright, maybe not an entire pie but after indulging in the food and drinks it only seemed wrong I was going to leave […]

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Je me baladais sur l’avenue: 48 Hours in Paris

It looks like it’s going to be a trend for all of my trips to spend 48 hours in another country. Italy might have stolen my heart years ago but Paris is an entirely different story. Taking the Eurostar from St. Pancras station to Gare du Nord (The Paris Nord Train Station) proved simple. The […]

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62442: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

I remember the first time I read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. I was in the third grade and the book was on the banned reading list. I had to remove the sleeve and read the book in my lap because Catholicism and magic didn’t go hand in hand. By the end of the first […]

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Hop-On, Hop-Off: A Tour of London

  Even though I’m a native New Yorker I get lost in my own city. No matter where I work (or how long) I rely on my map in my iPhone to get me from Point A to Point B. Public transportation? Yeah, not a fan. I find nothing thrilling about waiting in a dirty […]

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London Calling

After all these years I truly believed going to Greece was a fluke. I look at pictures and think ‘Did that really happen? Was I actually there?’ If it wasn’t for this blog I wouldn’t even remember the person I was back then or the experiences I had. When I came back from Greece I […]

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