Thanks for sticking with me while I recap my Europe trip from the winter. It’s like Christmas in July – along with dreary gray photos! We had enough time for a stop-off between Brussels and Amsterdam and we settled on Bruges because it looked absolutely gorgeous and was easily accessible by train.
Happy weekend y’all! What’s better than a midsummer Friday and the anticipation of a great sunny weekend? Not much!
As I’ve mentioned before, my recent gig with Oyster.com allowed me to travel extensively around the Caribbean (I know, I know) and explore off-the-beaten-path destinations that I would not normally have thought to go.
I’m putting this up a day early, as many folks have a long weekend for the fourth (woohoo). We had a lot to celebrate this week: the SCOTUS decision, warm, summery weekend weather finally kicking in, and the fact that Ben Affleck will soon be single (RIP Ben and Jen).
There are a ton of travel sites swimming around the web and it can be daunting to know the best place to start when planning a trip. How do you book cheap flights to the best destinations? How do you find a great hotel in your price range and not overpay?
It’s been awhile since I’ve done a link roundup. Here’s some internet reading to occupy you in between enjoying this incredible summer weather:
Although it’s a small city, Brussels has plenty of fun, quirky ways to spend your visit. Like many of European cities, it’s beautiful, with historical architecture, quaint cobblestone neighborhoods, and delicious food and cafes. Here’s how to spend three days in Brussels:
Will you let me talk about my winter Europe trip and show my dreary gray photos? Eric had a work conference in Brussels and I jumped on the opportunity to tag along.
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer and is a great time to start your warm season to-do list. While most New Yorkers catch the first Friday afternoon train out of the city, New York is actually a fantastic place to visit in the summer with lots of free or low-cost events
I’ve gone to some fantastic places with my freelance job at Oyster.com. I did most of my traveling through the fall/winter/spring of this year, therefore missing a good portion of New York’s brutal winter.