Move to France. Steam some local artichokes. And crack open a bottle of local wine. But beware the crunchy snails. Though maybe this is how they harvest them to sell in the escargot section of the grocery store?
For our first weekend in Geneva, we decided to stick close to the city and explore Lac Leman (Lake Geneva) by taking a boat up it's North-South shores to Yvoire, France, an adorable medieval town 25km North of Geneva. Ferries leave every hour or two from port Geneve-Mont-Blanc, just a few blocks from the main train... Continue Reading →
As luck would have it, my freshman year of college roommate, and dear friend, Jory happened to be staying in Paris the same weekend I arrived in Berlin, and invited us to come and stay with her for a few days in a lovely apartment owned by her old boss. Although we were groggy from... Continue Reading →
This is just a quickie, but a big one because we are finally both permanently moved to Europe for the indefinite future! It feels great. I flew in yesterday morning, and when I got to customs in Amsterdam I decided to give my German passport its first go, which allowed me to skip the long... Continue Reading →