Monthly Archives: July 2011

Europe Trip: Tips

I’m sure we have a ton more to learn about traveling the way we did but we did learn a few things along the way that will make our next adventure like this much easier. I’ll save you from learning the hard way and give you my…. 7 ways to an awesome summer living in […]

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Europe Trip: Reflections

Our feet haven’t touched European soil in 12 days. I just looked through all of our blog posts to refresh myself for this summary and I now have butterflies in my stomach and a knot in my throat. Sometimes you just don’t know what you are in the middle of until you are out of […]

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Summer Adventures: Boston

I have always had this unexplainable desire to see Boston. No one I know had been there, it hadn’t been in any of my favorite movies, I hadn’t read about it somewhere… I have no idea why I have always wanted to see it so bad but, still, I did. We were already on the […]

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Summer Adventures: New York City

I never thought a place like New York would feel like home but after lots of hours on planes and buses in the middle of the night to get from Ireland to London to JFK I could have kissed that dirty ground. We shot our friends wedding in New Jersey and their family welcomed us […]

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Europe Trip: Ireland Day 3

Our last day in Ireland was PERFECT. We did things a little differently than we have the rest of the trip. We spent more money than we normally would and we took a tour.. *gasp* a tour! We’ve been a little anti tours because they’re expensive and they force you to stick to a time […]

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Europe Trip: Ireland Day 2

Today we woke up early and took a bus from Dublin to Cork (another Irish city but more west). It was a 4.5 hour bus ride but it was the perfect time to catch up on some podcasts and watch the Irish country side out the window… My heart just fluttered thinking about that gorgeous […]

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Europe Trip: Ireland Day 1

We spent our last day in Rome by taking it easy. We walked through the flea market, ate, sat by the Trevi Fountain, and did our best to stay cool. Sunday was a scorcher! So we did what the Romans do… we bought the cute hats that every other Roman was wearing, stood in the […]

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