The South Coast of Malta

Our third day in Malta was dedicated to the coast. After dedicating our first day to Valletta and the second to the east, we were headed south. We ate breakfast in our apartment and headed to the Blue Grotto in hopes of taking a boat tour. We stopped at the viewpoint overhead, which actually offers…

Visiting Valletta

Malta is a not-so large island country that has an incredible history. To be honest, I didn’t know much about it until we started looking for somewhere warm to visit. It’s home to the some of the most complex and oldest temples in the world, some are 5000 years old. And due to Malta’s central…

Prague Castle and the Beer Spa

We decided to spend Easter at the famous Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world.  It’s on the top of a hill, across the river from where we were staying, so we spent the morning finding breakfast and wandering across the Charles Bridge and up the hill.  You can see the courtyard of…

The Other Side of Prague

After spending time exploring the museums and ancient history of Prague, we wanted to try something different.  When I was looking for things to do on our trip, I stumbled across Sangria Stained Lips blog post about the Prague Alternative Tour.  It sounded like exactly what we were looking for, a look into the life…

A Day in Bergen

Bergen, Norway has an interesting history. It was part of the Hanseatic League between 1350 and 1750, a German trade organization that linked many ports and had an intricate system for managing trade among them.  Along with having an adorable historic port, it also has a large industrial port.  Based on comments I overheard on…