Hi, hello! Thanks for being here. Our presence on the blog has been absent, but that’s because we recently moved to New York City 6 weeks ago! If we could describe how our experience has been these past few weeks, it is nothing short of thrilling, busy, and a complete whirlwind of change. One thing that has made this complete life change a bit easier was our decision to sublease in NYC prior to getting our own apartment.
It is truly a bittersweet feeling to announce that we are officially leaving San Diego, California. A city that has given us so much: lifelong friendships, professional opportunities, bomb Mexican food, and overall contentment.
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It has been a little more than 10 weeks in quarantine until us and our roommate decided it was time to GET OUT. In early May, there were still heavy restrictions in San Diego County and hardly anywhere was open. We’ve spent the past 3 months in lockdown in our apartment, working full-time, and trying to adapt to our new lifestyle in a pandemic. We knew it was time for a weekend getaway for the sake of our sanity. We wanted to choose somewhere that still allowed us to respectfully follow social distancing rules. After a few hours of Pinterest inspo & Airbnb scrolling, we decided on Joshua Tree National Park!
London calling! There’s always something so special every time we visit London. Maybe it’s a mixture of the charming quaint buildings, red phone booths, or the old-school taxis. Or perhaps it’s the cute British boys with their cute British accents everywhere in sight. But you know what isn’t all that special? The weather (surprise, surprise).
Have you ever traveled somewhere where everything just kept going wrong? If you have, you know it is not fun, and it can really ruin a vacation. Although it is adventurous to go with the flow every now and then, traveling to a new place in a time crunch can get pretty stressful.
When you think of Paris, what comes to mind? The Eiffel Tower? The famous Louvre? Brie and baguettes? Or is it the warm, mouth-watering chocolate croissants found at almost every street? It’s all the above.
The main attractions of Paris are enough to convince anyone to book a ticket to this romantic city. What they don’t tell you is that despite it’s high tourist attraction, this city also has hidden gems. As much as we love exploring the famous sights that make a city endearing, we are keen on discovering more of the unknown places.
So, here’s how to exceed being an average tourist and instead, explore the hidden gems of Paris.