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Travel Essentials for a Long Flight
 
 
 8 Essentials for a Long Flight | Long-haul flights are no joke, so whenever I’m traveling in the air for hours on end, I pack these products in my carry on. | How to feel cozy - even in coach - and get some sleep on an overseas or red-eye flight.
 

Long-haul flights are no joke, so I always pack these eight essentials in my tote bag when I know I'll be in the air for hours on end. Add in a lot of water and a tube of mascara, and the fuss and bother of modern travel is a bit more enjoyable. Because I'm usually trying to fall asleep, I often get ready for 'bed' at the beginning of the flight, then get as cozy as possible for the rest of the journey. Here's what I bring along:

 

1. comfortable headphones

I like my UrbanEars headphones much better than earbuds: they're durable, colorful, and comfortable enough to wear for hours, even while sleeping. I keep music, podcasts, and white noise on my phone for listening. My dream noise-cancelling headphones for travel? These.
 

2. A Sleep Mask

Since I bought this sleep mask two years ago, I've started using one every night. They're great for planes, trains, automobiles, and rooms that never seem quite dark enough - just block out the world around you and get some rest! My masks are all from this Etsy shop, and I've gifted tons of them, too.
 

3. Spin Pins

Use these spiral pins to secure your hair up in a matter of seconds, with no kinks or dents to deal with when you take it down again. I use these every single day, traveling or not.
 

4. Makeup Remover wipes

You can't really wash your face in the sink of an airplane bathroom, but you really want to - so bring along  a pack of these. I use one at the beginning of the flight, one at the end. After you land, they'll come in handy while in the car, on a train, at the beach....
 

5. An Oversized Scarf

Whenever I forget to bring an oversized scarf in my carry-on, I regret it. Use it as a blanket, folded up as a back support, a pillow, or drape it around your shoulders. For our summer abroad, I packed a lightweight version, but I usually opt for something a bit more cozy
 

6. A real Book

I'm currently reading the fascinating novel Isadora, and yes, it's a physical book. For shorter trips I'll just bring an E-book, but nothing holds my attention like a literal page-turner. If I'm picking up a magazine, it's probably Porter or Artful Living - unless I steal Harrison's copy of The Rake.
 

7. Cozy Socks

On long flight or a road trip, I hate wearing shoes exactly as much as I hate being barefoot. Once I'm settled into my seat, it's cozy socks all the way. To help with circulation when you're sitting for hours on end, try these compression socks from my wishlist.
 

8.  Lounge Pants

At the beginning of the flight, I change into my favorite yoga pants for lounging - which is what yoga pants are for anyway. These are $15 and great for sitting in a sort-of comfortable seat for six hours while you try to fall asleep. If you're feeling fancy, bring along these insanely cozy cashmere sweatpants.

P.S. shop more of my travel favorites on my shop page!

 
10 Ways to Travel Europe Like a Local
 

When you're traveling abroad, it can be all too easy to follow a string of guidebook suggestions and never really get to know the place you're visiting. Thankfully, with a few tweaks to your travel planning, you can easily get a taste of everyday life in a foreign country - feeling more connected wherever you are, making unique memories, and spending less along the way.  If you'd rather get under a city's skin as opposed to simply scratching the surface, read on for ten ways I've learned to travel Europe like a local. 

a wonderful cooking class in Paris.
 

1. Rent an apartment

A vacation apartment instantly feels more local than even the most charming hotel - and chances are you're staying in the home of an actual resident, so of course you feel more at home. You also generally get more space for the price, and a kitchen where you can at least make your morning coffee. That's a triple win in my book.

 

2. GO Grocery shopping

Whether it's the closest grocery store or a sprawling outdoor market, shopping for a few of your meals will give you a fresh glimpse into local life wherever you are. Personally, I like to plan for one meal 'in' each day, whether it's a quick breakfast, a picnic lunch, or an evening spent cooking pasta and playing music.

 

a sunny Day in London.
 

3. Walk and wander

You might know this already, but I am an ardent fan of walking. Especially in Europe, so many destinations are highly walkable and it's the perfect way to get to know a new place. Walk whenever you can, and don't forget to wander - let yourself get lost and discover places you haven't already seen on Pinterest - your maps app will still be there for you when you're ready to be found.

 

4. Learn the language & customs

Even if you only know 'hello' and 'thank you', you'll be lightyears ahead of starting every interaction with 'Do you speak English?' And don't forget that being polite will go a long way anywhere in the world. Take a minute to google the local customs where you're traveling, and make a point to greet people kindly, be patient, say 'please' and 'thank you'.  You're welcome.

 

The Honesty Shop in Gimmelwald, Switzerland.
 

5. Take public transportation

Instead of scooting around in taxis or tour buses, try joining the rest of the population on public transportation. Using the metro, the bus line, or the city's rental bicycles will give you a new view of daily life in the place you're visiting. And you'll probably end up with a subway ticket or some spare Euro-change - two of my favorite souvenirs.

 

6. Start a conversation

Venture outside your vacation bubble and make a point to talk with people that cross your path. If you have an Instagram buddy in town or you know someone who knows someone, get together for coffee. You might walk away with a new friend, or at least a couple secret spots that you would never find on TripAdvisor.
 

fritto misto in Cinque Terre.
 

7. Keep up your pastimes

If you like to go for a run every morning or spend lunch breaks people-watching from a cafe, add it into your trip's itinerary. If the language isn't too much of a barrier, take a fitness class or go to a comedy show. When you bring pieces of your everyday life into your traveling life, that surreal am-I-dreaming feeling starts to fade - in the best way.

 

8. Try Regional foods

From pastries in Paris to goulash in Budapest, local specialities are always worth a try - even if you aren't exactly sure what they're made of. With many years of history, they're practically guaranteed to be delicious. You just might discover a new favorite, and you can always stick to what you know for the next meal.

 

walking in Paris on the Left Bank.
 

9. When in doubt, pack neutrals

If you're worried about standing out in a bad way when it comes to your clothes, know that it's practically impossible to go wrong with a travel capsule wardrobe of classic pieces in neutral colors. Also know this: Europeans tend to dress a bit nicer than Americans for everyday life, so dressing up just a little can help you blend in - and being well-dressed is a beautiful form of politeness

 

10. Let yourself be a tourist

You're probably reading this article because you dread the feeling of being seen as a tourist, but are you really going to skip out on Notre Dame if you've never seen it? The fact is that you are only visiting, and there's certainly something to seeing the world-famous sights that countless others have visited before you. Don't try to act like it's not a big deal: enjoy your cheesy pictures and the looks from passers-by while you're gazing up at things they hardly notice anymore.

Being a tourist isn't bad, but if you want to balance it out - quick! - metro back to the apartment and open that bottle of wine you have in the fridge. Voilà, you're practically native.

 

 
10 of the Prettiest Vacation Rentals in Paris
 
  image via   Airbnb

image via Airbnb

During our three-month European adventure, we mostly lived in vacation rental apartments through France, Switzerland, and Italy. Even on shorter trips, I enjoy having an apartment for a bit more space, a more local feeling, and the ability to cook some of my own meals.

When hunting for a vacation rental apartment in Paris, I have one major piece of criteria: wherever I stay must have those tall, Pinterest-worthy Parisian windows that open out to a lovely view or private balcony. After searching everywhere from Airbnb to Paris Perfect, I've collected ten of the prettiest apartments you can rent in Paris. From a flat with a private terrace in Saint-Germain-des-Prés to picture-perfect clawfoot baths, each place on this list has those beautiful windows and plenty of style besides.

  image via   Airbnb

image via Airbnb

1. Cozy Pied-à-Terre in Le Marais, from $160 per night.

This one-bedroom flat is a wonderful combination of value, location, and classic Parisian architecture. On the edge of Le Marais, you'll be able to walk almost anywhere in Paris, especially the Right Bank and of course the 3rd and 4th Arrondissements. The apartment has plenty of five-star reviews, and is located right near one of my favorite streets on this side of the river, Rue Montorgueil. 

  image via   OneFineStay

image via OneFineStay

2. Stylish Flat in St. Germain, from $245 per night.

This renovated one-bedroom apartment by OneFineStay has plenty of classic style with colorful details - take a look at that pink-and-gold armchair in the bedroom! Between the residential Left Bank location and the beautiful kitchen, you'll find that more local feeling while still being able to walk to some of the best museums and restaurants in Paris. 

  image via   Airbnb

image via Airbnb

3. Luxury Stay in Le Marais, from $400 per night.

In the heart of Le Marais, this one-bedroom flat has just about everything you would expect from a luxury hotel: plenty of space, beautifully furnished, and a fantastic location - even if you're not currently planning a trip to Paris it's worth a click through to see the incredible style of this place. The living room has a sofa bed, which means you could sleep up to four guests here. Right near the Musée Picasso and many of my other favorite places to eat and shop in the 3rd & 4th, the location is so walkable you might forget that it's also very convenient to the metro.

  image via   Airbnb

image via Airbnb

4. 'Rare Jewel' in Saint Germain, from $380 per night.

'Rare Jewel' is not exaggeration: this two-bedroom flat in Saint-Germain-des-Prés boasts an indoor fireplace and a beautiful private terrace. The location is also wonderful, within easy walking distance to pretty much every classic Left Bank spot and convenient access to the metro if you don't want to make the longer walk to the Eiffel Tower or the Right Bank. It's no surprise that this place gets booked up months in advance, often by repeat visitors that leave glowing reviews.

  image via   Airbnb

image via Airbnb

5. Spacious & Modern in the 7th, from $650 per night.

With three bedrooms and an Eiffel Tower view from the balcony, this spacious flat is perfect if you're traveling with family or friends. You're just steps away from the Champ de Mars and near one of my favorite market streets, Rue Cler - it would almost be a crime not to pick up a Parisian picnic for a sunny afternoon or under the sparkling tower at night. Take in some of the best views of the city from Pont de l'Alma, and be sure to visit the beautiful Musée Rodin

6. Perfect Views on Île St-Louis, from $240 per night.

In my experience, apartment rental services in Paris tend to each have their own area of expertise and at Guest Apartment Services, it's charming little Île Saint-Louis. On our most recent trip to Paris we split our stay between one of their flats and the boutique Hôtel Caron de Beaumarchais, and loved our experience. The 'Mimosa' studio apartment offers not only those dreamy Parisian windows, but perfect river views - and you're very centrally located, dangerously close to the best ice cream at Berthillon

7.  Romantic flat in the 7th from $475 per night.

Eiffel Tower views are the speciality at Paris Perfect apartments, and this one is a bit famous. You've probably seen this photo on Pinterest or Instagram, taken from the clawfoot tub in this one-bedroom flat with the sparkling tower right outside the window. With an open kitchen and private balcony, you might find yourself taking every meal at 'home'. When you're not drinking champagne and gazing at the view, you can easily explore the Left Bank and the rest of central Paris - there are so many things to do!

  image via   Airbnb

image via Airbnb

8. Elegant Style in Le Marais, from $490 per night.

This two-bedroom flat is the kind of place that you'll never want to leave - from the architectural details and beautiful light to the artful home décor, there's plenty to love. Its location in the Haut Marais is near many stylish shops and restaurants, and just minutes from the famous Enfants Rouges market. You can easily explore the 3rd & 4th, as well as some of the outer arrondissements, and there's easy access to the metro to see the rest of the city. Now if only the host, Frank, would tell me where he finds those vintage teacups!

  image via  OneFineStay

image via OneFineStay

9. Kid-Friendly pied-à-terre, from $500 per night.

One of the three bedrooms in this spacious flat is a dedicated childrens' room, which is quite a find for short-term rentals in the city. Located in Saint-Germain-des-Prés between Musée D'Orsay and Musée Rodin, the area is highly walkable and a great home base if you'll need to stop back at the apartment during the day. There's also a full kitchen and two bathrooms, not to mention the postcard-ready street views and ornate details throughout the flat.

  image via   Airbnb

image via Airbnb

10. Peaceful Flat in Le Marais, from $280 per night. 

This luxury one-bedroom apartment is just around the corner from Place de Vosges, one of my favorite places to spend a morning in Le Marais. There's also plenty of chic shopping and dining here, but the garden view keeps this flat quiet among the buzz of the neighborhood. You're also just a few minutes from the charming neighborhood Saint-Paul and its hidden courtyard village - read more about it here
 

bon voyage!

 
The Most Charming Boutique Hotel in Paris
 
The Most Charming Boutique Hotel in Paris

Hôtel Caron de Beaumarchais

Really, I dare you to find a boutique hotel in Paris more charming than Hôtel Caron de Beaumarchais. After adding this place to my list of hotel crushes, I was delighted to stay for a few nights last fall, and thrilled to realize we had a top-floor gable room with a balcony. The rooftop view would be reason enough to stay here, but this hotel plenty more to offer. 

Situated in the heart of Le Marais, you're centrally located but a bit removed from the main bustle of the Right Bank. Walking down lively Rue Vieille du Temple, you can't miss the pretty blue façade of Hôtel Caron de Beaumarchais among the many shades of Parisian grey. It's a perfect spot for exploring the shops and cafés of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements - and the rest of Paris, too.

The Most Charming Boutique Hotel in Paris
The Most Charming Boutique Hotel in Paris

Inside, the hotel is decorated in 18th century style in honor of its namesake Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, who famously wrote the play The Marriage of Figaro.  There are chintz curtains and silk wallpaper, antique Louis XVI-style furniture and even a harp in the lobby. The rooms themselves are small of course, but thoughtfully put together and very well-appointed.

When you arrive, you'll be welcomed by some of the wonderful staff - just the beginning of their kind and helpful service during your stay. For a hotel with such service, style, and perfect location, the prices are very reasonable: rates vary from €130 to €250 per night depending on the room and the time of year you visit. And before you get too suspicious, no, this post isn't sponsored - I just love this place!

The Most Charming Boutique Hotel in Paris
The Most Charming Boutique Hotel in Paris
The Most Charming Boutique Hotel in Paris

My favorite things about staying at Hôtel Caron de Beaumarchais are the incredible views and the generous €13 breakfast spread - two amenities that are best enjoyed together.  If you reserve a room with a balcony, take your breakfast outside for a pretty perfect Parisian morning.

From the top-floor rooms, the views over Paris look like something you would see in a fairytale dreamed up by Disney - or at least Instagram. Directly in front of you are the rooftops of Le Marais, blue-grey and shingled, topped with rows of terracotta chimneypots. Looking down the street, you can see almost to Île Saint-Louis, and it's a quick walk to the river for a picnic dinner. And don't let the fear of outside noise keep you from booking a street-facing room; the windows are double-glazed and impressively sound proof. 

The Most Charming Boutique Hotel in Paris

While you could have your breakfast in the dining room downstairs, wouldn't you rather take it in your room? Any time you like between 7:30am and noon (très civilized, non?) a beautiful tray can be delivered to your door. It's a generous serving of fresh croissants, yogurt, and a boiled egg, along with butter, jams, and delicious coffee or tea. We ordered an extra egg and an extra coffee, and it was more than enough for two.

 
Our Summer Abroad | Three Months of Slow Travel in Europe
 

For years, I've had a few things on my official bucket list, and 'achieve expatriate status' has always been one of them. I've loved traveling for as long as I can remember so it's not too surprising that Harrison and I decided to spend a summer traveling through Europe, leaning into the autonomy of freelancing and our ability to work from anywhere. Along with being incredibly thrilled and grateful for the chance to travel long-term, we knew we had our work cut out for us with planning, coordinating and packing for twelve weeks abroad.

In the end we pulled it off with plenty of research and some late nights working remotely, and returned home with countless stories and over 30,000 photos (we just might be posting them online forever, and you can follow along with #mhsummerabroad). Today, I'm here to share how we planned our summer abroad without a backpack or a hostel in sight, how we packed for an entire summer, and every destination we visited along the way. 

Our Summer Abroad: The Non-Backpacker’s Guide to Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe | A 3-Month Itinerary from Paris to Rome, traveling to cities through France, Switzerland and Italy. |  My Packing List and Planning Tips for spending the summer in Europe’s most beautiful destinations.
Our Summer Abroad: The Non-Backpacker’s Guide to Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe | A 3-Month Itinerary from Paris to Rome, traveling to cities through France, Switzerland and Italy. |  My Packing List and Planning Tips for spending the summer in Europe’s most beautiful destinations.
Our Summer Abroad: The Non-Backpacker’s Guide to Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe | A 3-Month Itinerary from Paris to Rome, traveling to cities through France, Switzerland and Italy. |  My Packing List and Planning Tips for spending the summer in Europe’s most beautiful destinations.
Our Summer Abroad: The Non-Backpacker’s Guide to Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe | A 3-Month Itinerary from Paris to Rome, traveling to cities through France, Switzerland and Italy. |  My Packing List and Planning Tips for spending the summer in Europe’s most beautiful destinations.
Our Summer Abroad: The Non-Backpacker’s Guide to Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe | A 3-Month Itinerary from Paris to Rome, traveling to cities through France, Switzerland and Italy. |  My Packing List and Planning Tips for spending the summer in Europe’s most beautiful destinations.
Our Summer Abroad: The Non-Backpacker’s Guide to Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe | A 3-Month Itinerary from Paris to Rome, traveling to cities through France, Switzerland and Italy. |  My Packing List and Planning Tips for spending the summer in Europe’s most beautiful destinations.
Our Summer Abroad: The Non-Backpacker’s Guide to Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe | A 3-Month Itinerary from Paris to Rome, traveling to cities through France, Switzerland and Italy. |  My Packing List and Planning Tips for spending the summer in Europe’s most beautiful destinations.
Our Summer Abroad: The Non-Backpacker’s Guide to Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe | A 3-Month Itinerary from Paris to Rome, traveling to cities through France, Switzerland and Italy. |  My Packing List and Planning Tips for spending the summer in Europe’s most beautiful destinations.
 c'est moi! in  Loire Valley , Anthropologie dress (old, similar   here  ),    sun hat  .

c'est moi! in Loire Valley, Anthropologie dress (old, similar here),  sun hat.

Planning the adventure

After some research, we decided to avoid dealing with visa applications and planned our trip for 90 days within the Schengen Zone. Starting in Paris, we would travel through France (Harrison had never been), Switzerland (new to both of us), and Italy (new to me!), ending the summer in Rome. Searching through travel magazines, Pinterest and Instagram, we saved the places we most wanted to see and slowly narrowed down our choices.

Not wanting to rush around the whole time, we spent an average of seven days in each spot; twelve destinations in twelve weeks. For longer stays we reserved vacation rentals (mostly through Airbnb) and booked hotels for our shorter stops. With an itinerary planned, we left ourselves a few weeks of flexibility to move things around if we wanted, picking up ideas along the way. 

Once we booked our airfare and our first few accommodations, we had to tackle our packing method. How do you bring enough clothes for three months and still feasibly carry your luggage onto trains and up narrow streets? For me, the answer was a capsule wardrobe which I designed in the weeks before we left. 

read the posts: Packing for Europe: Spring & Summer (also: Autumn, Winter), My Flight Essentials
 

Our MAP & Itinerary

Two Weeks in Paris
Three Days in Loire Valley
Ten Days in Provence
Ten Days on the French Riviera
Five Days in Corsica
Three Days in Switzerland
Three Days in Milan
Ten Days in Lake Como
Two Days in Venice
Ten Days in Florence
Two Weeks on the Amalfi Coast
Two Days in Rome

 

The Destinations

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

1. Paris, France: Two Weeks

We began with a rainy two weeks in Paris, visiting plenty of museums and running to Berthillon on Île Saint-Louis whenever the sun was out. We also enjoyed a fantastic food tour of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and took a day trip out to Versailles.

read the posts: Paris Museums, Paris Eats, Things to Do in Paris. (also: Paris Walking Guides)

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

2. Loire Valley, France: Three Days

After renting a car, we drove out to this fairytale land of castles and wine for a long weekend. It's magical enough as it is - spending your days exploring chateaux and gardens and local wines - but a hot air balloon ride over Château de Chenonceau put it over the top in the best possible way. 

read the post: Three Days in Loire Valley

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

3. Provence, France: Ten Days

Driving down from Loire Valley, we were based in Aix-en-Provence while we explored the region. Between visiting plenty of provincial towns, each with its own charming personality, we shopped the weekend market in Aix and hiked through the calanques near Cassis.

read the posts: Aix-en-Provence, The Luberon Villages, Coastal Provence.

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

4. The French Riviera: Ten Days

On the Côte d'Azur we based ourselves in Nice as we explored everywhere from Saint-Tropez to Menton. It's difficult to choose favorite day trips, but some of the best were to Cannes & Île Saint-Honorat, Èze Village, and Monaco. 

read the posts: 10 Days on the French Riviera, Èze Village, Cannes & Île Saint-Honorat, Saint Paul-de-Vence, MonacoVillefranche-sur-Mer.

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

5. Corsica, France: Five Days

Corsica feels like a world unto itself, and its uncommon allure also adds up to a fairly challenging visit. We ended up bringing our rental car over on the ferry from Nice, then driving around to explore the wild mountains and beaches. 

read the post: Corsica

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

6. Interlaken, Switzerland: Three Days

Switzerland wasn't originally on our itinerary, but it turned out to be one of our favorite destinations. Even a busy few days in the Bernese Highlands felt like a peaceful escape - don't try for a moment to resist marveling at the incredible Alpine views dotted with charming villages.

read the post: Three Days in Switzerland

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

7. Milan, Italy: Three Days

We finally returned our rental car and took a short city break in Milan. From shopping and cafés to The Last Supper, we saw all we could in a long weekend before heading back out to the countryside.

read the post: Milan City Guide

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

8. Lake Como, Italy: Ten Days

In retrospect we could have spent a bit less time here, but we took time to work, resolve some transport issues, and meet up with a friend. Our favorite days were spent exploring the town of Varenna and taking a lake cruise to see all the incredible villas along the shore.

read the post: Lake Como, Italy

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

9. Venice, Italy: Two Days

It's easy to see the floating city of Venice in two or three days, including a visit to nearby Burano - don't skip this colorful island, or the bellini gelato! We also visited Harry's Bar, where the bellini cocktail originated. At night the canals of Venice look particularly magical, full of passing boats and twinkling lights, so be sure to take an evening stroll.

read the posts: Venice Guide, Burano Island

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

10. Florence & Tuscany, Italy: Ten Days

Florence is one of the friendliest cities I've ever visited; it greets you with an incredible landscape, wonderful food, and some of the world's greatest works of art. While we were there, we explored a bit of Tuscany and made our way out to Cinque Terre to see what all the fuss was about.

read the posts: 10 Days in Florence, Exploring Tuscany, The Cinque Terre

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

11. The Amalfi Coast: Two Weeks

This was my favorite place in Italy, where we settled into an apartment in Positano and took ferries up and down the coastline. The best day trips were to glamorous Capri and the hilltop town of Ravello, but every day was a good one here - whether working with a view from the terrace or laying out under an umbrella on the beach.

read the post: Amalfi Coast Guide, Positano, Capri, Ravello.

Our Summer Abroad: Three Months of Slow Travel Through Europe

12. Rome, Italy: Two Days

Our final stop! We soaked up as much as we could of Rome - visiting the Vatican, walking along the Tiber, having dinner in Trastevere - before flying home. 

read the post: Rome in Two Days

 

 c'est moi! in   Switzerland  , wearing maje dress (old, similar   here  ),   sunglasses  ,   flats  .

c'est moi! in Switzerland, wearing maje dress (old, similar here), sunglasses, flats.

Next Stop....

Once we've told all our stories and shared the photos, the question we get most often from friends and family is, 'Where to next?' We already went back to France last fall, took a day trip to London, and we constantly find ourselves daydreaming about the Amalfi Coast - returning with a group of friends would be a dream come true! In Europe, seeing more of Switzerland would be wonderful, along with Austria, Copenhagen, and Greece. Then again, we could visit Asia (Kyoto, please!), Australia, or Victoria Falls (another one of my official bucket-list items). We haven't been everywhere, but it's on our list. 

read the posts: My Travel Wishlist, My Hotel Crushes