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Niagara Falls: A Photo Journey

Niagara Falls. Immense. Larger-than-life. Beautiful. Before last year, I had never been to Niagara Falls. On a whim, I decided to make the drive by myself after a trip to Erie last fall. Visiting the falls is utterly captivating. I could spend hours soaking it all in– the emerald green water tumbling over so edge and turning into […]

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Fairmont- Ext

Itinerary: 2 Days in Ottawa

A few weeks ago, I waxed poetic about the wonders of Ottawa after my very first visit to Canada’s capital city. Today, the sheen still hasn’t worn off. I dream of returning and revisiting some of the places that I discovered on my trip. Thankfully, Ottawa’s just a brief plan ride from many North American cities, […]

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To Ottawa, With Love

Last week, I met a man on the train between Toronto and Ottawa. We exchanged the normal how-do-you-do’s, bonded over the unparalleled perks of VIA Rail business-class train travel and started to chat about our journey. When he discovered I was a travel blogger headed to Canada’s capital city, he furtively looked around the cabin […]

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Inside Montreal's Notre Dame

Itinerary: 2 Days In Montreal

Montreal. How I’ve lived in Washington, DC, a mere 10 drive hours away, for 31 years without taking the time to visit this gem of a city is beyond me. It is, for lack of a more exciting or descriptive word… lovely. A true remedy for any American’s wanderlust. I wasn’t sure what to expect. […]

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Notes from my first class

French 101: La Fin

Mon dieu! My French 101 learning experience recently came to an end. After nearly 3 months of weekly classes, I’ll be the first to admit that I am far from fluent. But, the experience and effort was not for naught- I can proudly say that through the duration of the course I learned how to count […]

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Next Stop: Montreal

In a few short days, I pack up my car and embark on a Memorial Day weekend road trip. My destination? Montreal, Canada! For the past few years, I’ve been dreaming about Montreal. In my reverie, it represents a little piece of Europe right here in North America, with charming cobblestone streets, dim and seductive […]

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