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Cinque Terra, Italy
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Family Trip to Tuscany

Pisa, Florence, Siena and Cinque Terre done in 4 days, 2 of those days being travel days! What were we thinking?! We flew into Pisa, rented a car and stayed at a hotel less than 5 minutes from the airport. We explored the small city of Pisa that evening and had dinner at Ristoro Pecorino. We’d recommend eating here and having their house red  ...

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Keukenhof Tulip Fields
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HOLLAND

Stefan has been telling me for years that he was going to take me to the tulip fields in Holland and I thought he was crazy! Well, we went! Where We Stayed Airbnb Listing  The tulip fields and Keukenhof garden are in full bloom for a short duration every year. Hotels and Airbnb’s right next to the area are high in price so we chose to stay in  ...

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Prague
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PRAGUE

Prague has been our best trip yet, next to Paris that is! Paris is a staple for us, but Prague caught me off guard! The city is beautiful. We had warm weather and our fluffy puppy Sophie was able to join us as well as our friends! I am trying to get better at having Stefan photograph the specific restaurants and main site seeing attractions we visit so  ...

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Rome, Italy
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ROME, ITALY

Italy is one place I was determined to see while living in Europe. We decided to go to Rome a few weeks ago and we loved it! We had great weather so we walked to all of the main attractions. We ate a lot of gelato and chowed down on pizza and pasta! We vlogged the trip which you can view here: Rome Day 1 and Rome Day 2. Here are some photos from our  ...

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Olivia's first birthday party
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Olivia’s First Birthday Party

Olivia’s birthday was on December 20th. We had a birthday party for her with friends and family on the 18th. I have been planning her birthday party for months! I kept changing the theme. I went from being set on a Winter Wonderland theme to wanting to do a funfetti theme and I finally settled on Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star! She would always  ...

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