Zurich

Hi again! The final leg of our Switzerland trip took us to Zurich. Even though this city felt much bigger than Lucerne, it was still filled with plenty of Swiss charm. A lot of our time in Zurich revolved around soccer, or as our European counterparts call it, football. Not only is it home to … More Zurich

Lucerne

Hi everyone! Now that we’ve shared the start of our Swiss adventure in Interlaken, it’s time to talk about our second destination: Lucerne. Lucerne is a short 2 hour train from Interlaken and about a 1 hour train ride from Zurich (the nearest airport). It’s known for it’s old town and stunning views of Lake … More Lucerne

Interlaken

Hi everyone! Switzerland has been one of our dream trips for a while, and this past summer we were able to visit a few destinations there. Our first leg of the journey was spent in Interlaken for 3 nights. This small town is at the foot of the alps and known for being a great … More Interlaken

Alpine Adventures

Hi everyone! While in Switzerland this past summer, we were able to take a day trip from Interlaken to the small town of Lauterbrunnen in order to get some more time in the Swiss Alps. Three famous snow-capped mountains in particular tower over this area: Eiger, Mönch & Jungfrau. We spent a lot of time … More Alpine Adventures

Thun

Hi again! After my work trip, Mark was able to meet me in Switzerland for a week long adventure. Switzerland had been high on our list for sometime, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to make it there! We started our adventure in Interlaken, before heading up to Lucerne & Zurich. While in Interlaken, … More Thun

de Nîmes

Hi everyone! Another quaint place I was able to visit on my work trip was the French city of Nîmes. If you remember correctly from my previous post about some medieval sites, the Pont du Gard aqueduct provided water for Nîmes for many years. The aqueduct isn’t the only bit of Roman history you can … More de Nîmes

Medieval France

Hi everyone! After spending a few days in Barcelona, my euro work trip continued on to Southern France. I must admit that before this, most of my knowledge of France came from my three previous trips to Paris. This was the first time I was able to explore some of Provence & the Southern coast! … More Medieval France