Transportation

Tourists on Trains

We woke up this morning in Amsterdam and then took the local train (more stops, more time, but cheaper) to Brussels. We spent a few hours in the city, enjoying waffles, chocolate, and beer (for me) on the seriously impressive… Read More ›

Excited and Exhausted

We’re ending the first day of our two week mother/daughter trip to Europe and so far it is everything we hoped it would be. New, exciting, slightly overwhelming, delicious, relaxing, and exhausting. We left the US late last night, flying… Read More ›

Nature VS Geometry

I’m in the process of writing up my Nashville trip, and noticed the strange juxtaposition of natural landscapes compared to the repetitive geometry of the man-made environment. So here are my favorites!

Boston here we come!

We’re going to Boston – I couldn’t resist! Yesterday, I summarized my points balances across my various accounts. One of the unallocated accounts was my Ultimate Rewards account, which could be transferred to various travel partners. Then, late last night,… Read More ›

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