With only 12 days and much to see across Colombia, it was a toss up between flying into the newly transformed Medellin or the capital city. I took the recommendation of my friend Nadia and decided on Bogotá. The best city views are atop Cerro de Monserrate. Beloved as a religious site, locals make the arduous climb to attend mass, dine at the many restaurants or watch the sunset. I took the funicular up, which had full cars even at 7:30 am on a Saturday […]
Katie and I knew we were going to have an amazing holiday in Sedona when we spotted a rainbow on our drive in. During our stay, we admired the 360 degree view of the red rocks from the Chapel of the Holy Cross, ate Mexican food at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, got ice cream from Black Cow Cafe in downtown Sedona, rented bikes from Sedona Bike & Bean and enjoyed a few episodes of “The Big Bang Theory” while noshing on delicious New York bagels, […]
Took a ferry to Colonia from Buenos Aires for a fun day trip! Went on a guided tour through the Historic Quarter of the City of Colonia del Sacramento which was deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site for being a well-preserved European colonial settlement from the end of the 17th century The loveliest buildings are in the old quarters where the prostitutes used to work and live Rode a rickety bike along the coastline with Agustina and Josefina before going for a swim!