Tag Archives: Travel

Winthrop, Washington

If you drive three hours northeast of Seattle, you will find yourself in the grand Northern Cascade region. Mountains have always fascinated me. Something about being so small and insignificant is strangely comforting. LIke the details of life are so … Continue reading

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I Had To Go To Europe For Work

I recently had to go to Europe for work. Now – let’s just get it out of the way and acknowledge how downright pretentious that sounds. It’s just oozing with jerk. So if you will now allow to me to … Continue reading

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Meeting New People

I think the biggest fear of moving to a new place post-college is how to meet people. It’s always so easy in school. “Oh, I have class with you. Oh, you like pineapple Smirnoff too? Oh, yeah, I will be … Continue reading

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Flat Melissa goes to lululemon

There once was a girl whose name was Flat Melissa. She was tiny and flat, and if you don’t look closely you just might miss her. She went on a journey with her trusted team, To work in the lululemon … Continue reading

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Gelato: Italian for Gelato.

There is only one way to do Venice: get lost and eat. The day began early with a traditional Italian breakfast of Gelato and and Donor Kebabs, where our favorite Italian hostess carefully assembled our wraps dressed in traditional Scottish … Continue reading

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This one time…in Venice…

There is nothing more pretentious sounding than the phrase “Sorry, I won’t be available. I will be in Venice.” And yes, I used this phrase as much as possible pre-departure. Venice was a completely unexpected trip. I had no intentions … Continue reading

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Busy in Båstad!

I usually like to keep things going in chronilogical order for the blog, but I’m switching it up to cover my trip to Båstad, Sweden yesterday, because I frankly just can’t wait to write about  it. Båstad was the second part of … Continue reading

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Zoologisk Have!

After a long and entertaining train ride from Berlin to Copenhagen (thank you international waters Duty Free), Darryl and I set an early alarm per my request. I selfishly insisted that we take one of our days in Copenhagen to … Continue reading

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Ich bin ein Berliner!

After a wonderful stay in Hamburg, Darryl, Robert and I hopped an early train to Berlin, backpacks full and stomachs empty. We started the day with some delicious German pastries and set off on the high speed train, where Darryl … Continue reading

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Part 2: Weezy and Melissa in Hamburg!

I’m gonna go ahead and blame the Donor Kebabs for the coma that Darryl and I went into after our night in St. Pauli. I am sure the beer and the 3:30 AM departure had nothing to do with it… … Continue reading

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