Venice, Italy really is one of those cities you could get lost in. You want to get lost in it! I actually read a great tourist tip: if you pass a shop where you want to see inside you better do it NOW.
I love architecture and big beautiful ballrooms. So I knew I would want to see the Ca’ Rezzonico museum while in Venice, Italy.
The museum is right on the Grand Canal:
The main ballroom was
It is so beautiful here in Lido di Venezia, Italy. We took some nice posed photos of all of us – finally!
Sandra and James:
Chris and James:
Oh we are LOVING the beach! It is cold and winter but we still love it. James REALLY loves it. When James was a puppy, we rented a beach house for a month in St. Augustine Beach, Florida (check out
We really love our Airbnb in Venice, Italy! We are actually out on Lido di Venezia. Being Floridians, we were missing the beach and we weren’t sure we wanted to be in the heart of Venice. The motoscafi
I found a great story this morning on Daily Mail. It was about a couple named Debbie (she is 62) and Michael (he is 72) that sold all of their belongings except for a small storage unit of stuff and decided
Don’t be overwhelmed or afraid to ride the water buses in Venice, Italy. We are here to help!
Here is some helpful terminology on the water vehicles in Venice, Italy.
Chris is a good sport. I am no Michelin-rated chef. But I do try to cook good food for us. I bought a bunch of things at the grocery store the other day. For dinner one night, I planned an easy meal:
The More of Less – Book by Joshua Becker
I wouldn’t consider myself a minimalist. But I have owned and moved WAY too much stuff in my life. And more recently, I have downsized – twice.
We are in Treviso, Italy and this Saturday is Epiphany. All over town we see vendors selling stockings and socks (like we have for Christmas Eve in the United States) and we see lot of candy and what
Join us as we celebrate the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018 in Treviso, Italy! Treviso is (probably like most Italian towns) a HUGE party for New Year’s Eve. There were at least three stages
Join us as we walk even more around Treviso, Italy (check out our other Treviso video if you haven’t seen it yet).
In this video we find a river rat (at least we think that is what it is!), swans
Join us as we walk around Treviso, Italy with James the Poodle. Our Airbnb is right in the heart of Treviso. James meets some new fans and he even gets a gratis beef bone from the butcher! We stop by
This is definitely not the kind of fountain you see in the US!
What does James think of the Fontana Delle Tette? What do you think of it? We jokingly called it the â€œTitty Fountainâ€ because
Everywhere I look this winter I see Faux Poodle Fur Coats! I first spotted them at Zara and now here they are in Italy at OVS. I tried a few on and they aren’t really that flattering (the ones I tried
I love wandering around MÃ¼ller in Vienna. It is the closest thing to a Walgreens or CVS here in Austria. They have a really good selection of drugstore makeup and they also have high end makeup such
Pretty much anything we want or need in Europe, we can find it. Some things maybe aren’t quite what we are used to back home. But at least we can find it.
There are a few exceptions, though. Here
We’ve been traveling around Europe with our Standard Poodle, James. Most of the trains in Europe are dog friendly. In fact, we haven’t found a train that wasn’t dog friendly yet.
I explain this
I just LOVE anything that has Poodles on it. While out shopping in Vienna the other day I spotted these cute Poodle house slippers. I didn’t need them. I just bought these Sheep Wool Bootie Slippers
We are heading back to Vienna and we wanted to try out the Nightjet train. The Nightjet from Milano to Wien does take 12 hours. The trains stops at each stop for longer times and once you cross the border