Holiday Gift Guide for Travelers // Brittany from Boston

The Holiday Gift Guide for Travelers

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With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to show our loved ones just how much we care. If you have a traveler in your life, you may be wondering what to possibly get for this person that values experiences over possessions. And this is definitely a dilemma, but in case you can’t buy them […]

Boston for Art Lovers // Brittany from Boston

Boston for Art Lovers

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After my art-driven adventures in the Azores this summer, I returned to Boston with a new sense of appreciation for the arts, and with a curiosity about what the art scene in Boston is like. I did some exploring around town with a new set of eyes, I asked way too many questions of the […]

My Zermatt Travel Guide: The Very Best of the Swiss Alps

My Zermatt Travel Guide: The Very Best of the Swiss Alps

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Even if you don’t know what the Matterhorn is, chances are you’ve seen a photo of it on the internet before. It’s exactly what you would picture for a massive rocky mountain with snowcap top, and microscopic climbers trying to scale its unforgiving façade. This is one of the most famous spots in the Swiss […]

Beacon Hill Neighborhood Guide: Exploring Boston’s Historic Neighborhood // Brittany from Boston

Beacon Hill Guide: Exploring Boston’s Most Historic Neighborhood

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I count myself lucky to be living in Beacon Hill. It’s a neighborhood frequented by tourists who want to take a peek at one of Boston’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods. Its distinct aesthetic features centuries-old brownstones decorated with flower boxes and brick-laid sidewalks that yield to the unruly roots of oak trees. You can […]

The Most Photogenic Spots in Grindelwald Switzerland // Brittany from Boston

The Most Photogenic Spots in Grindelwald Switzerland

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Grindelwald is an entry point to the Swiss Alps, from which point you can access a myriad of mountainous viewpoints. These are accessible through cable cars and trains that travel up the mountains, as well as by hiking trail. So depending on your desired budget and activity level, there are a ton of different options […]

Visiting Chihuly at the New York Botanical Garden // Brittany from Boston

Visiting Chihuly at the New York Botanical Garden

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Dale Chihuly has been one of my favorite artists since I was 9 years old. Yes, it was in the 4th grade that my obsession with this innovative and world-renowned glass-blower began. My art teacher, Ms. Horton, assigned us a project to learn about an artist, to present a little bio of them, and to […]

The 8 Quintessentially Swiss Things to Do in Lucerne Switzerland // Brittany from Boston

The 8 Quintessentially Swiss Things to Do in Lucerne Switzerland

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Lucerne (or Luzern) is a beautiful town with easy access to the mountains. It’s just a quick train ride away from Zurich, and it basically has everything that there is to love about Switzerland all in one city! If you’re looking for the quintessentially Swiss experience, then look no further than Lucerne. These are the […]