When planning our vacation, we wanted to see a handful of cities without feeling overwhelmed by the amount of places to see and things to do. We decided to spend a good chunk of time in Amsterdam, followed by about 24 hours Antwerp, 36 hours in Brussels, and wrapping up with almost five days in … Continue reading a quick stop in antwerp
E ran the Marine Corps Marathon in mid-October. Although I haven't worked up the stamina (or interest, if I'm being honest) to run a full marathon, I tagged along for the weekend in Washington DC. We left Pittsburgh after work on Friday and the race was on Sunday, leaving us Saturday to explore. Instead of … Continue reading brunch & snapshots | dc
What's a trip to Amsterdam without at least one bike ride?
We spent just over four days in Amsterdam in early October. Neither E nor I had ever been and we were excited to explore a new city. We did spend some time popping in and out of museums - I'd recommend the Rijksmuseum and the Anne Frank Museum if you're trying to narrow them down … Continue reading the canals of amsterdam
Down one of the side streets of Amsterdam is a tiny shop that makes one, and only one, type of cookie - the tastiest in the world.
I've never been to Amsterdam, so I was excited to explore a new city. As newbies, we filled our first day with somewhat touristy stops.
Earlier this month, a work trip took me to Denver, Colorado. I had never been to the Mile-High City and, although most of my time was to be spent inside at a conference, I was excited to explore a little in my down time. This post is a likely a little hodge-podgey and definitely photo … Continue reading snapshots | denver