lancaster in a day

To Lancaster from Philadelphia it takes between 1 and 2 hours, and being that we’d had our first taste of freedom and had another week before I went back to work to teach, we decided to plan another, slightly spur-of-the-moment trip. It can be difficult to find somewhere to stay within Lancaster that is not … More lancaster in a day

country roads

    It finally happened: we felt comfortable enough to venture out our back door, and away! On, to the country roads of West Virginia… We booked an airbnb that we’d stayed at a couple of years ago (read about the fun we had at –> West Virginian Valentine) and felt that since it was … More country roads

fairy tale germany

My head is, and always has been, in the clouds. I loved fairy tales from a young age and realize now that as life got real and my childlike perspective dwindled away, I relied on stories with happy endings in many ways. This slight obsession with stories provided me an eagerness to wander to Germany, … More fairy tale germany

this is london

  London in the (almost) spring – beginning of March – proved to be lovely. Amid scares of Coronavirus, with careful traveling we were just able to make it there and back from Philadelphia with a great time in-between. Our trip happened from flying out of Philadelphia on a Wednesday and returning on Sunday, and … More this is london

memories of munich

We arrived in Munich after quite the night on a train. We had planned this trip with our overnight train ride as the supposed highlight. We thought we’d love it. Matt thought he booked a train car for just the two of us so when we boarded, we set up our beer, asked a worker … More memories of munich