• The Ultimate Guide to Dining in Florence

    As one of the most beautiful and most-visited cities in Italy, Florence has more than its fair share of delicious Italian food. And, after nine months of living in the city center, I’ve visited more than my fair share of restaurants. You can find a few of my favorites below, along with some suggestions of […]

  • How to Spend Four Days in Dublin

    The first time I visited Ireland was in 2018 on my post-graduation trip. Dublin was our first stop and we stayed for four days, minus the one day we spent across the country at the Cliffs of Moher. Since both my friend and I were recent graduates at the time, and had yet to find real jobs, we planned our Europe trip on a budget. Keep reading to see how we spent our four days in Dublin, and kept to our strict budget along the way! Where to stay Keeping our budget in mind, we decided to book hostel accommodation in Dublin. Hostels are usually much cheaper than Airbnbs if…

  • A Guide to Restuarants in Dubrovnik

    One of my favorite parts of traveling to new cities is sampling the best of the local cuisine! The Dalmatian Coast is famous for its fresh and abundant seafood, so naturally I had to to try it out for myself. Tourism in Dubrovnik has exploded over the last couple years and, as a result, it can be easy to get stuck paying big $$$ for subpar food. After five days of testing out Dubrovnik’s food scene, these were our favorite restaurants in the city! For some non-food related activities in Dubrovnik, and a guide to some basic Croatian, make sure to check out my post How to See Dubrovnik in a…

  • When in Rome…EAT as the Romans Do

    There are three areas where Italy never disappoints…art, views and food. Everyone knows that Italy is responsible for some of the best food in the world. And although it’s definitely not the place to go if you’re buying into the low-carb craze, Rome has more than its fair share of delicious Italian cuisine. Sometimes the sheer amount of restaurants on every block can be overwhelming, especially if you don’t speak any Italian. That’s why I’ve put together a short guide on how to choose the best restaurants in Rome! Like they always say…When in Rome, EAT as the Romans do. For some non-food related activities in Rome, check out my post A Guide…