A Perfect Day in Paris

Notre Dame Start the day at the Notre Dame. To be honest, it is not one of my favorites, but it’s one of those must see at least once locations. The line is long but moves quickly. Ogle the gothic architecture, giant circular stained glass windows, and the glow of the candle light. Saint Chapelle... Continue Reading →

Tips for Visiting Versailles

The first time I went to Paris around 10 years ago, I didn't get a chance to visit the gilded gold and mirrored halls of Versailles, so when we returned this year, I made it a priority to go. Versailles is definitely not for the faint of heart. What's tricky about Versailles is that everyone's... Continue Reading →

Two Days in Bruges, Belgium

Bruges, Belgium was one of my favorite cities we visited. I fell in love with the medieval architecture, rambling cobblestone streets, chocolate shops, and walkability. Bruges is essentially built in the shape of a circle (since back in the day it was a walled city surrounded by gates and moats). And you can walk from... Continue Reading →

Is Flytographer Worth It?

What is Flytographer? So what is Flytographer exactly? It's a  web-based service that allows you to book short photoshoots in cities around the world. People typically use Flytographer for engagement, honeymoon, family, or "just for fun" photoshoots. You can search by destination, browse the list of photographers (and their portfolios to get an idea of... Continue Reading →

Traveling with Motion Sickness

I love to travel, but I have also dealt with motion sickness my whole life. I’ve gotten sick in places near and far, from the Governor’s Mansion, to a tiny island in Thailand, to a trashcan in Universal Studios Japan. Since I was old enough to ride in any type of moving vehicle, I've gotten... Continue Reading →

Sacramento’s Japantown

Did you know that Sacramento was once home to one of the largest Japantowns in America? Although today there are only three remaining Japantowns in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Jose, not too long ago, Sacramento had its own sizeable Japantown. This weekend, I visited the CA Museum’s Kokoro Exhibit, which has an encore... Continue Reading →

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