Croatia, Continued . . .
Sunshine, seaside, church steeples, and . . . sheep?! Welcome to Croatia.
Roaming the Streets of Rovinj, Croatia
Between May and September, tourists flock to the Istrian Peninsula to witness firsthand the charming seaside villa of Rovinj (population: 13,500). A little trivia for the history buffs out there: Rovinj’s population had an Italian majority until the Paris Peace Treaty of 1947, at which point the region became part of Yugoslavia. After the switch,…
Today, we depart for Central Europe from JFK International Airport. Here are a few images captured yesterday in New York City. Statuettes on a store shelf somewhere in Midtown. Reflections of Manhattan skyscrapers. This little girl was imitating her mother (not pictured), who was trying to hail a cab. It was absolutely adorable, so I…
Reflections of Budapest
In a few short days, Jeff and I will depart for our long-awaited, much-belated honeymoon to Central Europe. The last time I visited was in 2004, when I was a twenty-four year old wannabe gypsy grappling with the recent loss of my father. At that time, my trip to Budapest was an homage to him,…