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  • The Morgan Library: A Book Lover’s Paradise

    I can’t be the only one in love with old books, right? The Morgan Library has been calling my name ever since I came across it online. I finally got the chance (aka decided not to be lazy) to go over a long weekend and fell completely…

  • Life Lately: I Got a Camera!

    If you didn’t know, 90% of the pictures on this blog are taken with my iPhone. The other 10% were taken with a simple point and shoot digital camera. I’ve really grown to love photography recently (I’ve always had a special love for it but…

  • 15 Must-See Sights in London for First Time Visitors

    I normally don’t do these posts as they seem a little too clickbait-y for me, but I’ve talked to so many people about what they should see on a first-time visit to London that I thought I’d create an actual post online for people I don’t know.…

  • The Ultimate Guide to Food in Paris

    Whenever I visit Paris, I try to pack in all my favourite foods. The problem is, I have a lot of favourite places, making it so that my trips revolve around food, which I’m totally fine with. In this guide, you’ll find the best places in Paris…

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    Bruges from Above

    One of the things I regret not doing earlier is writing more about my European tour. I got so caught up during my travels and after (with exams and such) that I did little more than a quick travelogue or photo journal for each destination.…

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    Storm Stella in NYC

    There are two magical times in NYC: during a snowstorm and just after a snowstorm. I LOVE NYC covered in snow, and if you follow me on Instagram, you’ll get that message loud and clear. I’m so glad I got a snow day for Storm Stella.…

  • The Prettiest Streets on the Upper West Side in NYC

    I have to admit, when I first went to the Upper West Side in NYC, I wasn’t too impressed. It didn’t seem to have the homey, cool vibe that the Village has; it wasn’t as upper crust as the Upper East Side; and, it wasn’t…