Naschmarkt, the Perfect Place for Foodies in Vienna

Explore the largest covered market in Austria If you were to start from one end of the Naschmarkt and take a sample from each stand, you’d be more than stuffed by the time you reached the end. The entire market is over 1 km long with three rows of stands, so be ready to brace yourself if you take on this challenge in the summer … Continue reading Naschmarkt, the Perfect Place for Foodies in Vienna

Summers, a Spot of Sunshine in Brooklyn

Nothing like summer-lovin’ on a spring-like day in Brooklyn…in late February My friend Cara and I were headed to Brooklyn from the Upper East Side when she got called into the hospital to work on a case. While I waited to hear back from her, I hopped onto the L train, hopped off at Bedford Avenue and meandered towards the Williamsburg Bridge. GoogleMaps had me turn … Continue reading Summers, a Spot of Sunshine in Brooklyn

Secession, Vienna’s Center for Artistic Expression

Vienna’s Secession continues to carry legacy of expressing and supporting artistic freedom On our first afternoon in Vienna, Steph and I walked from lunch at the Naschmarkt down the street to explore. Upon spotting Secession, I insisted on stopping in immediately before going further. I had researched and presented on Secession two years ago for a literature and history course I was taking at Salve … Continue reading Secession, Vienna’s Center for Artistic Expression

Shopping at Sissi’s Corner in Le Marais

After 3 years, it only made sense that my first stop in Paris was shopping in Le Marais. I did some research on the best consignment shops to check out and found Sissi’s Corner on a list in Time Out Paris. Located around the corner from Place des Vosges and a short walk from Bastille, it’s a quintessential dépôt-vente tucked in Le Marais.   It may … Continue reading Shopping at Sissi’s Corner in Le Marais