Christmas in Colmar is a dream. When you take a city that already looks like a gingerbread town and then deck it with wreaths, ornaments, and snow-covered trees, it’s hard to think of anything that feels more appropriate for the holiday season.
We take thousands of photos on our trips around the US and internationally. Here are just a few of our favorites from this year’s adventures.
Trekking is the opportunity to both see somewhere incredible as well as do something memorable, while meeting interesting people along the way. Here’s why you may want to consider a trekking vacation.
There’s no way to truly tell the story of plantations in the South without acknowledging how these plantations existed and ran.
Brussels is one of the most under-rated European capitals. It’s full of fun things to do and has stunning architecture and great food. Here are the best areas and properties to stay at when you visit Brussels.
A little bit European and a little bit Canadian, Montreal is a city that loves good food, good art, and getting outside at every opportunity, no matter the weather. In the spirit of its French settlers, Montreal teems with joie de vivre.
Like many people, our exposure to the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument came from photos. And given our love of photography, we knew we needed to go there. However, as we discovered, it wasn’t as easy as we expected.
Tables filled with exotic produce, deep fryers sizzling with fritters, Sicilian nonnas snaking their carts through the crowds to visit the vendors they’ve purchased from for decades. It’s just another typical morning in the Palermo markets.
From Colmar to Strasbourg and a handful of impossibly charming villages in between, I followed the Alsace wine route through this unique part of France, eating, wine tasting, and ogling gorgeous buildings along the way.