One of my favorite trips to take with Asher is to visit his grandma and aunt in Kenansville, Florida. Haven’t heard of it? It’s basically in the middle of a beautiful nowhere.
There’s nothing quite like Southern charm and hospitality, especially when it’s packaged in a beautiful, historic plantation in the Lowcountry right outside Beaufort, S.C.
We find ourselves going there often – sometimes for a weekend trip to see my family. I’m always looking for new places to go, but there are certainly places that have become our go-tos. Here are my favorite places to visit when I’m home for the weekend.
From blooming hydrangeas to trees dancing with Spanish moss, Savannah, Ga. embodies everything about Southern charm.
There’s nothing quite like the quaint, artsy town of Savannah with its historic homes and grassy squares nestled in between the streets.
This time we decided to take in the free and inexpensive sights and scope out the best food in the city.
We arrived extremely hangry, so our first destination was dinner. Gyros were calling our names, so we headed straight for Greek on Cary. We ordered the chicken gyro and the classic beef and lamb. I loaded up on the grilled veggies (which I highly recommend), and Asher went for the fries.
Cue my inner Lizzie McGuire and call my husband Paolo. I’m so excited to share about our short time in Rome with you. We began and ended our Italian honeymoon in the ancient city.
Every year, I get a serious case of FOMO, and if you’re basically an old person like me, that means “fear of missing out.” I get this anxious feeling every fall that I just HAVE to see the leaves in all their glory. Am I the only one who feels this way?
Exploring under the Tuscan sun has always been a dream of mine. During our visit, Florence effortlessly weaved itself onto my list of the best places in the world.
The sun came out on our second day in Venice, and it made all the difference! We started our day with lattes and pastries in a little hole-in-the-wall eatery before heading to St. Mark’s Square and the Bridge of Sighs.