Visiting Washington, DC Covered in Snow

  We spent last week in Washington, D.C. and arrived just in time for their biggest snow storm of the season. As if we haven’t been tormented enough by weeks of huge snow piles engulfing us in Boston, the snow gods decided to follow us to D.C. Because Washington doesn’t get nearly as much snow…

2014 American Travel Recap, with Road Trip Tips

  2014 was an eventful year of traveling for us as we visited ten countries and moved to Boston after living in Europe for over six years. We already re-capped the international portion and as we also visited ten states, plus Washington, D.C. (twice) in 2014, we decided to also publish an American travel recap…

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…

Arlington National Cemetery: What You Shouldn’t Miss

This summer we had a chance to visit Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, just across the Potomac River from Washington, DC. It’s a moving experience to honor those who have died in combat. Here’s the history behind the cemetery and several spots you shouldn’t miss during a visit. History of Arlington National Cemetery Arlington…

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…