Visiting Hallstatt has been on my travel bucket list for years now. When we decided to spend our winter vacation in Austria, I was so excited to take a day trip to Hallstatt.
After a quick stay in Salzburg, we hopped on the train to Bad Gastein. Originally, we were planning to rent a car, but after doing some research and realizing that it was going to cost us over $1,000 we opted against it. Picking up a rental car in one country and returning to a different country can cost you so much in taxes and fees! The train from Bad Gastein was only an hour and 30 minutes (we booked it here) and you can bet that our little train lover was a happy camper.
Our experience staying at a Japanese ryokan with a baby
When we decided to travel to Japan, staying at a traditional ryokan was at the top of my bucket list. I was hesitant at first because 1) they are expensive and 2) would it be worth it or appropriate with a baby?
Salzburg with a Toddler – A fun 24 hours!
Salzburg is such a beautiful little city, and we had a wonderful stay before we headed south to Bad Gastein (more on that to come). Since we were only in Salzburg for one night, we wanted to stay right in the heart of the city. Here’s what we did…
The last time we took a big flight (which was from Boston to Tokyo) it started out in an interesting way. We arrived at the airport around 10:30pm for our midnight flight to only discover that our flight was actually at noon… the next day. I suppose it is better to be early than late!
Guys, this is such a sweet, sweet age. Milo is 19 months old (but coming up close to the 20 month mark!), and is such a joy to be around. At the top of his favorites list is: snuggling, cuddling, and giving hugs. He is so affectionate.
I live in Boston, within four miles of my parents and sisters.
I am a dual-citizen.
Our wedding was in the French countryside with 150 of our family and friends. It was the best day ever!
I am mom to Milo (currently 22 months old), wife to Matt, and we have a fluffy black and white Portuguese Water Dog, Weber. We once had a cat named Fete who we loved so much.
Matt and I met during our college years and dated long distance while he was working in Nigeria and I was in Boston. Absence really does make the heart grow fonder!