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Capanna - Montalcino, Italy
Posted on:9.19.2017

You know that you have a good wine guide when you go to local, family-owned vineyards that you would have never found on your own. Davide from Tuscan Wine Somm was just that - fantastic! 
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Cinque Terre Travel Guide
Posted on:9.15.2017

Cinque Terre is unlike any other part of Italy (that I have been to). It is more relaxed and care free, and it has a lot of lush greenery all around it. On top of that, it sits on the coastline and it is just gorgeous. We were in Cinque Terre for one day, which wasn't enough. Although we hiked most of the time, we still took some time to relax in order to get a 'feel' of the culture in the five towns. Let me know what you think about this Hiking based Cinque Terre Travel Guide!
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Marzapane Rome
Posted on:9.14.2017

If you know me, then you know that I love a good dish. It doesn't matter where it comes from - it can be from a hole in the wall diner, or a high-end restaurant. If it's good, I will rave about it and be back again for more. 

Marzapane in Rome, Italy was just that - dishes to rave about. Located on Via Velletri, which is not too far from Villa Borghese gardens, it is in a pretty convenient location. This restaurant is found in the Michelin Guide, so between that and the amazing reviews, I had pretty high expectations for our dining experience.
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Amsterdam Travel Guide
Posted on:9.07.2017

We were not supposed to be in the city of Amsterdam at all. In fact, we were just supposed to have a one hour layover and I wasn't bothered by it at all. After planning Italy, I honestly didn't think anything about it, but it turned out that our one hour layover turned into a 8+ hour layover, so we got a chance to explore the city and boy and I glad we did! 

Amsterdam did not have as many tourists compared to Italy, it was cooler, it was relaxed and carefree, and it was BEAUTIFUL! We only had about five hours to cover 'all' of Amsterdam, which is impossible, but I cannot wait to go back and explore more! Because we were there for such a short period of time, this Travel Guide is a bit different - I left out the 'where to stay' part and I merged the what to eat & do parts together. One day, I will add to this and make it longer!

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August Recap + September Goals
Posted on:9.01.2017

HOW IS IT SEPTEMBER ALREADY??!! August has gone by in a blink of an eye - I seriously cannot believe it is already over! Here's what I did this month:

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Zeb Gastronomia - Florence
Posted on:8.29.2017

If there is one restaurant that I could go back to over and over again, it would be Zeb, hands down, with no hesitation. Situated on the cutest street filled with restaurants and small artisan shops, Zeb is worth the short trek to the other side of the river. 

Before dining at Zeb, I read many reviews and saw mixed opinions across the board. At first, I was hesitant to try it because of those reviews, but I kept reading "Must have" and "Amazing food," so I just knew that I had to try it, and I put it as my #1 restaurant to try while in Florence.

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2017 Solar Eclipse
Posted on:8.22.2017

Picture taken by another couple at our eclipse location
When I found out that I was free on August 21, I just knew I had to make the (short) trek to North Georgia to see the eclipse in the path of totality. I did so much research and had high expectations, but the day was completely different than I expected.

Stonewall Creek Vineyards is tucked away in the lush Georgia mountains in the city of Tiger, Georgia. I had never been to Stonewall Creek Vineyards before the eclipse, so I had my fingers crossed that we would have a good view of the sky. You never know when you are in North Georgia - there are so many huge trees that it could be easy to have a blocked view, but Stonewall Creek was the perfect place, with the perfect view.

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