Dancing Horses

I was excited to see my brother again for the second time on our adventure. He decided to bring our niece, Julia for her first international trip and meet us in Italy. Walker has been a car guy pretty much his whole life so we decided to make a pilgrimage to see one of the … Continue reading Dancing Horses

I’d Never Get Lyon-ly

We settled in for a week in a second floor apartment overlooking one of Lyon’s quiet pedestrian-only streets. After bulleting through Palermo, Rome and Barcelona for just a few days at a time, it was a welcome relief to slow down, disregard the clock and walk at the pace of the locals. We rise and … Continue reading I’d Never Get Lyon-ly

Only the Highlights

We completely diverted from our slow travel mantra last week as we squeezed in a few big cities and historical highlights in Europe. From Sicily, we were headed to the mainland and, upon Luke’s request, we made a stop in Barcelona. He was learning about La Sagrada Familia in Spanish class when we left home, … Continue reading Only the Highlights

Cruising Down the Coast

Croatia continues to meet and exceed every one of our expectations. We arrived in Split, a city on the central coast, and spent a few days exploring Diocletian’s palace remains that make up the winding lanes of the Old Town. We rented a car to fully explore Croatia, especially the coast. With more than one … Continue reading Cruising Down the Coast