Scottish Highlands Adventure: The Caledonian Sleeper, Ullapool and Scaling Stac Pollaidh

Though we travel a heck of a lot, what has made our expat experience so wonderful and our transition to living in London so easy are the friendships that anchor us here. We are so incredibly lucky to have met many wonderful people in London, and our main crew are…

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Travel Tips for Americans Visiting London from an American Expat

London is an incredible city for many reasons. You’ve made an excellent decision in choosing to visit here. It has been said that when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life. Having lived here for over a year now, I am inclined to agree with that sentiment.…

An Hour in Brussels, Belgium

On our way back to London from our fabulous weekend in Bruges, we had a little over an hour between our regional train to Brussels and our Eurostar departure back to St Pancras International. Since neither of us had ever been to Brussels, we decided to make the most of…

Bruges, Belgium in a Weekend

For Andrew’s birthday trip, we took off for a long weekend in Bruges, Belgium. With an old medieval city center, some of the best beer in the world and accessibility by train from London, Bruges was the perfect place for a relaxing weekend away to celebrate. Unlike our trip to…

Where to Eat and What to Drink in St. Anton

Because St Anton is a village in the mountains, I didn’t have high expectations for the food options. We had heard of the legendary apres ski scene, so there would definitely be drink, but the food could be another story. Once we arrived in St Anton for a long weekend…

A Long Weekend in Prague, Czech Republic

Real talk: when we travel, Andrew is the trip planner. He does the research on the places we hope to visit, figures out what dates make sense and books the trips for us, often months and months in advance. Eastern Europe has been high on our list and with some…

The Basic Bon Vivant’s Guide to Champagne: Epernay

For our second day in Champagne, we decided to check out the other “major” city in the region, Epernay. It is under an hour on the train from Reims through the vineyards of Champagne. Considering both Reims and Epernay are located in the same region (Champagne) and known for their…