Travel Month: April 2015

Friday, April 29, 2016

Personal + Travel


After our busy month of travel in March, I was happy to have a quieter travel month. That doesn't mean that we didn't travel at all though! We spent a glorious week in Warsaw, Poland. If you've not yet been to Warsaw, I highly suggest it. The city has a surprising amount of green space and parks and the completely re-built old town is gorgeous. The Warsaw Uprising Museum was very well-done and informative and Warsaw's history is incorporated throughout the city. We've also eaten some incredible food.

In Vilnius, I've been trying to spend sunny Friday afternoons wandering different areas of the city. I've been sharing my photos under the has tag PhotoWalkFriday. So far I've found a great walking path along the Neris River and an overlook point on the other side of the Neris. I'm looking forward to finding more parts of the city. If you'd like to join in just tag your photos!


Blog + Freelance


This month I had 5 articles published on Trip101, which was really exciting for me. I don't generally have a ton of time to write, so I spent a couple of late nights and early mornings to have some extra time writing. So worth the missing hours of sleep. My favorite article is about Saltwater Farm Vineyard in southeastern Connecticut.

In May, I'll be writing a lot about Luxembourg. I'm excited to share some surprising things about this tiny city!

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Looking Forward To


May is also a quiet travel month. My mother-in-law will be visiting for a few weeks, so I plan on taking advantage of some grandma time to work on a few projects. In May the rhododendrons and lilacs should be blooming in the Vilnius University Botanical Gardens, so I hope to make a trip out there as well. That is pretty much all I have on the books this month and I am trilled about it. A quiet month with some extra help around the house will be a perfect way to wrap up the school year and prepare for the loads of travel we have coming up in June and July.

I'm also hoping for some warm weather come May! Though I put away most of my winter clothes, the cold weather is hanging on. I'm ready to not freeze when I go out for walks and would love to wear a t-shirt one of these days!


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How was your April? What are your plans for May?

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