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…

Athens One Day Cruise: 3 Greek Islands in 12 hours

  By Alex Kallimanis: Some believe you have to go far away from Athens and the Parthenon to find the true beauty and relaxation Greece has to offer, with some skipping the Athenian capital all together and flying to far off islands like Crete, Rhodes and Santorini. But the beauty and essence of Greek life is…

What Does the Parthenon Look Like in 2014?

  At nearly 2,500 years old, the Parthenon is one of the world’s most famous buildings. We all learned about it at school at some point, and it’s as iconic as the Roman Colosseum and the pyramids in Egypt. The Parthenon was built as a Temple to the goddess of Athena during the Golden Age…

7 Reasons Athens Might Still be Europe’s Greatest City

  Athens is the oldest capital city in Europe. With a history spanning over 2,500 years, it’s the birthplace of democracy, history, theatre and many aspects of science. The modern version has a population of 4.5 million people and while falling on tough economic times, that hasn’t changed the fact that Athens might still be…

Olympia, Greece: A Journey Home

  This is a guest post written by Alex’s father, Alexander Kallimanis Sr. originally from Pyrgos Greece, who has dabbled in writing for many of the 86 years he’s resided on the planet (55 of which he’s spent in the United States). He’s authored a book entitled ‘Witness of my Time.’ As Alex jr. has…