Barcelona by scooter

Barcelona by scooter

Stopped temporarily at a traffic light, our scooters idling in a hum with many others packed around us, I suddenly became very aware of the impending choices, as I was about to enter a 7- lane traffic round about at Plaza de Espana, amidst heavy commuter and tourist...
Paris: 42 Degrees

Paris: 42 Degrees

Guest post by: Victoria Miles 1:30 p.m. July 25, 2019. Lying flat on my back on the concrete floor of Ateliers des Lumières I am supposed to be having a digital art immersion experience. And I am, but more than anything I need to cool off, which explains lying down in...
Two hikes in the Dolomites not to be missed

Two hikes in the Dolomites not to be missed

High in the northern Italian Alps, surrounded by endless rolling green valleys, turquoise lakes, and glaciers you’ll find the Italian Dolomites. Spanning over 142,000 hectares, the Dolomites were named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2009 for not only their beauty,...
The Experience Jar

The Experience Jar

Do you have a bucket list? Or an experience jar? The bucket list is that forward-thinking aspirational list of places you want to see. Inspired by the idea that somehow one must knock things off a list while they are still able is great, but I find the thought that...
Mom joins Prague’s mother of all Pub Crawls

Mom joins Prague’s mother of all Pub Crawls

The city of Prague has survived centuries of conflict. Preserved in time, despite multiple wars and occupation, it has emerged beyond the curtain with a bevy of stories to share. It’s cobblestone streets, and the historical path they pave, can easily charm the most...