Where Wanderlust Marriage Travelled: 2014 Recap

  2013 was a huge year of travelling for us, as we combined to visit 12 countries on four continents. 2014 was equally a big year of travel, and we also moved continents. After over six years living in Europe, between Amsterdam and Dublin, we relocated back to the United States. But we moved to…

Paying Respect to the Military at Arlington National Cemetery

  This post coincides with Veterans Day in the United States, or Armistice Day internationally, or Remembrance Day in the Commonwealth countries. Veterans Day in America commemorates the service of all men and women who have served in the US armed forces. Internationally, November 11th is Armistice Day, which commemorates the signing of the treaty…

Mount Vernon, George Washington’s Beautiful Virginia Estate

  George Washington was not only America’s first president, he was also the general who led the American revolutionaries into battle, ultimately defeating England for independence. This has been forever immortalized with the United States capital named in his honor, along with his face adorning the front of the US dollar bill (with the back…

A Visit to the US Supreme Court

  While controversial both internationally and domestically in terms of policies abroad and at home, there is no denying that Washington, D.C. is a world class place. With its abundance of classical Greek architecture, perhaps no city in the world more closely resembles what ancient Athens looked like when the Parthenon was built nearly 2,500…