travel

The Travel Tree

Christmas Reminiscing Souvenirs and trinkets are not my thing.  As you know, I don’t like accumulating and I don’t like clutter.  Traveling really opens you up to the possibility of collecting items in the name of memories and marking the moment.  A small item or two from each place that you visit can really start […]

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Pompeii, Italy

Excavation Site Pompeii was buried when Mt. Vesuvius erupted, burying the city and all of the remaining people in the town in 74 A.D.  To this day, the excavation of the once great city is still underway. New areas are being uncovered and opened up for historians and tourists to come explore everyday. When a […]

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Giovinazzo, Italy

The Thanksgiving Holiday An extended holiday weekend, calls for an extended holiday vacation.  We decided to take advantage of the boys having a couple extra days off from school and spend the Thanksgiving holiday and weekend in a warmer climate.  A couple good friends of ours with a daughter just older than our boys join […]

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Luxembourg City

“The Christmas Market Season“ Another quick weekend getaway just up the road from us. An overnight trip, one extra pair of clothes and some toiletries packed in our travel backpacks.  We cashed in one of our hotel.com free nights and will get to stay in a nice single room for next to nothing, with breakfast […]

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Adventures

We love to travel, as most people do.  As a family of four though, travel can be expensive, stressful, tiring and as exhausting as it is rewarding.  By adopting Hygge-lism into all facets of our lives though we started to notice that the peg on the travel-meter started to swing away from the exhausting side […]

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