I started running (which is still a generous term for what my body actually does) back when I lived in New York […]
Author: Michelle Martin
Long before we started daydreaming about our perfect honeymoon, the Zika virus has made us think much more critically about our travel plans. To avoid the risk of contracting Zika altogether, we did some research and came up with three high-romance, Zika-free honeymoon destinations.
Hello from somewhere near the French-German border! After a thoroughly satisfying week in Paris, James and I are headed to Munich. Boy oh boy, did we learn a lot.
Introducing this city to James has been wonderful. I feel very lucky to, as the quote says, have seen Paris through the eyes of childhood and of love. Officially, I can never complain about anything ever again.
I’m just going to level with you about a few things. First of all, I didn’t forget to pack anything. (Come on, guys, this is me.) But there have been a distinct list of items that have proven especially useful that I feel like others may forget to pack or think they don’t need.
If you’re living out of a carry-on bag and traveling for any extended length of time – likely between multiple seasons – it’s important that your travel wardrobe is especially versatile. It has to keep you both warm and cool. It has to be functional agains the elements. It has to be comfortable and fashionable and accommodate a variety of activities. Perhaps most important, it has to fit.
I can probably count the number of big life changes I’ve willingly made on one hand – most notably deciding to move to New York… and now deciding to leave it! What’s next?
By 1950, the road connecting Würzburg in the north and Munich in the south was in operation, stringing together a few dozen atypically charming German towns across a fairytale countryside. What could be more romantic?
If there’s any universal truth, it’s that planning a thing is often just as much fun as doing the actual thing. And when it comes to planning, there’s nothing that catapults us down the rabbit hole quite like Airbnb. If you’ve never built an Airbnb wishlist, chances are you’re still a productive member of society. Good for you. If you’re reading this post, prepare to have that productivity come to an abrupt end.
If you’ve spent any length of time in New York City, it’s plausible that you’ve already grown weary of the kitsch, crowds, […]