Archive for the ‘TRAVEL’ Category
It’s time! Finally! I finished putting together a new blog and launched it. Check it out for the latest on my travels & food adventures. I just started putting up posts from our Boston trip this month, so head on over! Disney World and many many food experiments to come.
I bought a new domain name for a blog. So eventually… when I have time, I’ll be setting up a new place on the web to talk about my adventures. But for now… I’ll keep on sharing here!
Josh and I went to Disney World last week with our friends Chris and Kathy! We had such a blast, and I’ll be sharing a lot more about the trip, but here are a few photos of us.
We went to San Antonio two weekends ago and explored a bit of the Riverwalk and the area around the Alamo. Some of Josh’s family was in town, so took a little road trip and met my parents there and all walked around. It was such a nice day, though I was fighting a cold, so not quite as awesome as it could have been. I felt pretty terrible, but tried to enjoy everything since we don’t really visit San Antonio all that often, even though it is so close! The whole Riverwalk area is just so beautiful.
One last Vienna post! As the sun was setting, we continued to walk around the city to get a different view. I absolutely adore cities at dusk, when the lights are starting to come on and the sun is disappearing from view. I miss Vienna and all it’s beauty. It’s a city I’d love to come back to and be able to spend more than 24 hours in next time!
My family is contemplating a trip to Fiesta Texas in San Antonio here soon. Which makes me think of being back in Vienna and being at Prater, which is a giant park and has an amusement park in it. Josh and I happened upon this park while walking around the city, and even though we didn’t ride any of the rides, we had so much fun walking around and seeing all the people out enjoying it. It definitely made me think of the Spassburg section (the German section) of Fiesta Texas.
I wanted to share the photos from the rest of our wedding day in Florence from back in May. One of the great things about having a noon ceremony is that you have the rest of the day to celebrate being married! After lunch with our family and friends, we parted ways with family to spend the rest of the afternoon and evening wandering around Florence with friends.
After a quick stop at their place to celebrate over a bottle of Prosecco, we headed out and wandered over to the Mercato Centrale, then had a delicious dinner next to San Lorenzo, and finally wandered around the streets to have late-night gelato.