Musee d'Orsay
Paris, Travel

Our Morning at Musee d’Orsay

This is the final post from our 2018 Adventure to Paris. During our visit we explored many iconic locations including Notre Dame, Palais du Luxembourg, the Pantheon, Sacre-Coeur, and Musee d'Orsay; and I'm crossing my fingers that we'll get back to Paris sooner rather than later to explore even more. In the meantime, back here… Continue reading Our Morning at Musee d’Orsay

Notre Dame, Paris
Paris, Travel

A Visit to Notre Dame

I started writing about our Parisian adventure immediately after we returned home, however, blogging really took a back seat in 2019. And although I didn't publish much, I did work on quite a few "drafts," and I'm finally ready to start sharing our travel experiences again.  Thanks for following along on our adventures, even if… Continue reading A Visit to Notre Dame

Saint-Étienne-du-Mont, Paris
Paris, Travel

Wandering in Paris: The Magic of Saint-Germain

Paris. The famed City of Light. The French capital draws in tens of millions of tourists each year, and it's really no surprise as this bustling city is overflowing with incredible highlights: world-class museums like the Louvre and d'Orsay, iconic monuments including the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, historic cathedrals like St. Chappelle and… Continue reading Wandering in Paris: The Magic of Saint-Germain

Paris, Travel

SURPRISE! We’re going to Paris!

As the end of 2019 nears closer, I'm taking a moment to finish sharing our 2018 adventures. I'm a little late to the party, but I'm considering it fashionably late, instead of in-over-my-head-behind on posting. Perspective my friends, it's all about perspective. 🙂 I started writing about our Paris adventure after we returned home from… Continue reading SURPRISE! We’re going to Paris!

Defiance House, Lake Powell
Arizona, Lake Powell, Travel, Utah

Defiance House: Hiking at Lake Powell

Defiance House. The name alone sets the tone for this ancient archaeological site. Settled back in 1250AD, the Hopi Rattlesnake clan of the Anasazi used this remote location as an outpost. It's unknown as to why this secluded location was originally settled or why those settlers eventually left; however, back in 1959, the Defiance House… Continue reading Defiance House: Hiking at Lake Powell