Three years. So much has happened in three years time. Instagram was born and everyone’s into vlogging nowadays…but seeing the places I have visited through captured images bring a sweet sense of nostalgia. I remember the time we joined a group tour to see Salzburg in Austria.
I knew that our visit to Munich would not be complete without a trip to Bavaria’s famously beautiful countryside and of course without a visit to the most spectacular castle in Europe,
If someone were to ask me how I would describe Germany by color, I would say it’s brown. On board the train from Paris to Munich, you’d notice a change in the scenery from the window.
I always like to take a little something with me as a reminder of my travels, something I can use to look back and reminisce about the fantastic time I had. Especially for Filipinos, we always love bringing home “pasalubong” to our friends and family. Not to mention, displaying such a memento around the home… Continue reading Keepsakes from Paris
The Versailles garden took 40 years to complete. It was designed by Andre Le Notre. The garden covers 800 hectares of land. There are 200,000 trees and 210,000 flowers planted annually, as well as 50 fountains. My mother and I parted ways
It was a chilly Wednesday morning when my mother and I boarded the train to Versailles. I was torn between visiting Claude Monet’s garden at Giverny and the Palace of Versailles but I did not want to miss the chance of not seeing the palace since it was an amazing, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get a… Continue reading Château de Versailles
One of the highlights of our trip to Paris was of course, seeing the Eiffel Tower. We took the Metro and as soon as we got off the train station, we took the bus which dropped us off at the grassy park at the opposite end of the Eiffel Tower.
Exactly a year ago, I finally had the chance to achieve one of my lifelong dream destinations which was to visit Paris, France.
I can’t believe the month of January is almost over. Time really flies so fast. So before we move on to February, I would like to share bits and pieces of my happy celebration at home.