This week was the last one of our 2018 van trip around Europe and we went from Rome to Grenoble, stopping by Florence on the way.
If you’re planning your epic California road trip itinerary, here are plenty of stops you shouldn’t miss, from San Diego to Mount Shasta Region – provided by us and other travel bloggers!
After traveling for months in our van and doing lots of research, we’ve finally come up with our super complete list of Van Life Essentials. There is everything you need and you’ll want to have the best van life experience!
A day trip to Kamakura from Tokyo is a must-do if you have enough time! Kamakura is a great place to get a feeling of “old Japan” by visiting the many temples and shrines, but also to spend a day in nature hiking or lounging by the beach!
This week we went from thinking we’d go to the Spanish basque country, to rushing to Rome. Sometimes things just happen and you have to change plans and direction…
Rome is a gorgeous place full of architectural, historical and cultural gems. It’s hard to know where to go and what to see on the first visit, but some sights and places are just absolute must-do. Here are the 15 best things to do in Rome for first-timers!
This week we finally made it out of France and to Spain with our camper van! We visited Narbonne, had some scary moments on the road in the Pyrénées to go from France to Spain, but then found ourselves in an idyllic place on a cliff above a beach in Tossa de Mar, Spain.
Let me tell you, 2018 has been C R A Z Y (58 cities!!) and I can’t believe it’s about to end! I don’t know if I’m happy or not about that, but I’m absolutely excited about 2019 because it’s going to be a big change for us, and for the first time we basically have zero plan and no idea of where we’re going – literally and figuratively.
In week 9 of Van Life Weekly we continued our van trip around France and went from Burgundy to Grenoble, and then continued to Occitanie with Nîmes and Narbonne.
For our first time in Canada, we had the opportunity to go visit my brother in Montreal in March, which ended up being a great trip! We were first a bit concerned about the weather, what to do, and what to pack, but we came out totally fine and had an amazing time. When we landed in Montreal, it was pretty cold and there was snow everywhere…
This week we went from Dijon to Nancy for a pregnancy appointment, before driving South through Burgundy and visiting two gorgeous medieval towns: Langres and Beaune. Even though it was a lot of driving around, it felt great to visit a few towns and not just lie around!
Paris is one of the capitals of fashion, and it’s understandable you might not like to “look like a tourist”. The good news is, dressing like a Parisian is not complicated, follow the guide written by a Parisian (me)!
This week we went from hot in Grenoble, to scalding in Lyon, and sleeping-with-a-sweater freezing in Dijon. But we took the time to explore the historical center of Dijon and absolutely loved it! Pics inside!
Mont-Saint-Michel is a basically a gorgeous 12th century abbey and a village (where a bit less than 50 people live) standing on a tiny little island. It also happens to be one of the most beautiful and magical place in all of France. As a matter of fact, this breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage site is […]