Located just outside of London is Warner Bros. Studios, the place they filmed the Harry Potter series. It is one of the top ranking things to do when in London. Naturally, I had to take a day trip out to see it. We arrived in the morning at the studios with our tour group. The … Continue reading My day at Hogwarts
We arrived in Zurich, a city in the upper German-speaking area of Switzerland, on a frosty New Years Eve. After a little walk from the station we made it to our cute boutique hotel, right in the centre of the Niederdorf neighbourhood, a cobblestone area filled with shops and restaurants. We chose to stay at … Continue reading Zurich for New Year’s
The theatre capital of Europe, the West End is a collection of theatres spread across central London, housing an endless variety of plays, musicals and variety shows. When in London I was lucky enough to see two of them: Hamilton and School of Rock. Hamilton! Need I say more? I was incredibly fortunate to see … Continue reading West End Theatre
Ever since I was a child I have always wanted to go to the "Sleeping Beauty Castle". Though I have since discovered that it wasn't Princess Aurora's but King Ludwig's II castle, built from 1869 onward, Neuschwanstein Castle has had a reserved spot on my top places to see for a long time. I finally … Continue reading Neuschwanstein Castle
When in Europe...try all the food! I am a major foodie and took every opportunity in Europe to try the local popular dishes. As I was there in winter I had the opportunity to try a lot of the famed winter dishes as well as a serious amount of Gluhwein! Here are just a few … Continue reading Foodies in Europe
One show is never enough... It is one of the most well-known institutions of New York City. At the top of everyone's must-do list's of New York, you can't go wrong with a Broadway show! There are a multitude of theatres in the city offering a variety of musicals, plays and other shows. It is … Continue reading Broadway Baby!
The Christmas festive season in Europe is a month long affair, where cities and towns alike embrace the Christmas spirit through markets, activities, and endless decorations. It is a rare time of year where carols are sung, calories aren't counted, and alcohol consumption is encouraged through the use of a reusable mug! Christmas in Europe … Continue reading Christmas Markets in Europe