Cusco is rich in history and the tourism capital of Peru. So it isn't surprising that there is history around every corner and down every cobblestone street. Learn about my favorite day trips we took from Cusco:
Moving to a new city is always daunting - believe me, I've done it three times! I've also moved four times in as many years living in Washington, D.C. and I've learned a thing or two about how to find the perfect apartment. In order to find the perfect place in D.C., there are a few things you ought to know...
Our trip to Peru was my first time in South America, and a wonderful introduction to the continent. Lively culture, great food and history pour out of every street. Cusco is nestled in the mountains and is much more relaxed than the capital city of Lima. Cusco is very touristy and offers plenty of Western cuisine and shops to find souvenirs.
Fall wedding season is upon us! Shop my picks for the perfect wedding guest dress.
Lima, Peru is beautiful in September - a bustling city of nearly 10 million people nestled along the beaches of the Pacific. A vast metropolitan hub, Lima was the first stop in our trip to Peru.
Happy Friday and cheers to the fun, long Labor Day Weekend ahead! As the week comes to an end, I wanted to round up a few things from the past week or so that I've been loving.
Because back to school shopping shouldn't just be for kids.
I try my best to read at least one book every month - some of this year's favorites include a longtime New York Times bestseller, a Pulitzer Prize winner and a healthy dose of mystery.
New Orleans has always been a place I’d wanted to visit - from the Cajun cuisine to the French Quarter - I just knew it was going to be a city unlike any other. And boy was I right.