Blessed Pizza While in Rome, we spent time in and out of Vatican City, sometimes on accident just walking by, and sometimes very much on purpose. We visited the Basilica, sent postcards from the world’s smallest (and most efficient!) post office, and ate the best Pizza from a back-alley restaurant. The Vatican Museum On the…Keep reading
As part of our Italy trip this summer, we spent a long weekend in the Tuscan city of Florence. About an hour north of Rome, Florence sits in the middle of the Italian wine country, its picturesque landscape the inspiration for artists that flock to the birthplace of the renaissance. Where Rome was a barely…Keep reading
Allora, allora, allora! We’re back from our trip to Italy, the first big adventure post-covid lockdown. Our vaccination passport was used more than our actual passports, and our travel wardrobe included the ever chic and fashionable FFP2 mask (it goes with everything!). I’ll be writing about our trip in a few separate posts, since we…Keep reading
About 2 hours west of Bielefeld, in the heart of Germany’s Ruhrgebiet, is the city of Düsseldorf. The city is an industrial powerhouse that sprawls the banks of the Rhine river and is the seat of North-Rhine Westphalia’s government. I spent the better part of the week in a suburb of the city, speaking English…Keep reading
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Hi, I’m Erin. I write historical and women’s fiction. When I am not writing, I’m….writing. About my travels in Europe, daily life in Germany, and what it’s like living abroad.
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