Pamplona, España: Fiesta de San Fermin

THE YOUTHFUL ENERGY of the people contrasted with the centuries-old cobblestone streets. Before the sun even rose, the streets began to come alive. We stood back and watched the building of the barrier fences amongst the monochromatic sea of white shirts in the pre-dawn light. The construction crew assembled two rows of ancient-looking wooden fencingContinue reading “Pamplona, España: Fiesta de San Fermin”

Madrid Travel Guide ♥♥♥♥

The Westin Palace Hotel en Madrid ♥♥♥♥♥ One word — luxurious. From check in to check out, the friendly staff, elaborate chandeliers, murals, and views from hotel balconies made our experience here a dream. The entrance was conveniently located in walking distance from many tourist attractions, parks, and restaurants. The palace was a bit onContinue reading “Madrid Travel Guide ♥♥♥♥”

2017 Presidential Inauguration

When it comes to government, it’s important for people to be involved with their country. Since I’m young, I’m doing my best to expose myself to different kinds of events, viewpoints, and experiences now so I can have a better grasp of what I believe and why I believe it. Black Tie & Boots InauguralContinue reading “2017 Presidential Inauguration”

Disney Travel Guide ♥♥♥♥♥

If you know me, you know how I am when it comes to Disney. I absolutely love all things Disney and have visited the parks countless times. Instead of going through every trip I’ve taken to Orlando, I will just review my most recent vacation in February. ♥♥♥♥ Swan & Dolphin Hotel This is onContinue reading “Disney Travel Guide ♥♥♥♥♥”

Seattle Travel Guide ♥♥♥♥

One word…Starbucks. Around every street corner and intersection, there’s another coffee shop waiting to take your order. Maybe because Seattle is where Starbucks was established or maybe just for people to keep up with the rush of the city. But Seattle is more than just coffee. Here are my Top 5 things to do when inContinue reading “Seattle Travel Guide ♥♥♥♥”