Travel

Williamsburg, VA

Williamsburg, VA

Richmond is kind of cool in the sense that it can be a good jumping off point for weekend trips to historical places, or just a place to relax. My mother is an American history buff, not my era, but she has talked about Williamsburg […]

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Josh and I had the opportunity to travel to Tulsa in September of 2015 for the wedding of two of our friends. Neither one of us had been to Oklahoma before and it was a really cool experience. At this time, I was still living […]

Vermont Part II- Hinesburg & Burlington

Vermont Part II- Hinesburg & Burlington

The minimoon part of our trip was now over. We will eventually take a honeymoon once my green card is settled, but until then, we will always have Woodstock. We made the drive from Woodstock to Burlington where we would meet with my family (yay, […]

Vermont Part I- Montpelier & Woodstock

Vermont Part I- Montpelier & Woodstock

Josh and I essentially had a destination wedding. It was a destination for everyone except us (and two of our neighbors). My entire family living in Canada, and none of our family and friends living in Richmond, meant that everyone was travelling to the wedding. […]

Pompeii

Pompeii

Pompeii was one of the best experiences my husband or I have ever had. We spent a total of three days in the amazing city, watching Vesuvius loom over us.   We stayed at a really nice B&B for our first two days called B&B […]

Benevento, Italy

Benevento, Italy

Prior to leaving Rome, we did some side trips- first to Tivoli and then to Ostia Antica. Both sites had cafes that had GF friendly snacks and meals, as well as delicious coffee. This is what I wrote of our time in Benevento in 2015: […]

Rome

Rome

Get ready to have your mind blown. Italy is one of the safest countries for celiac friendly travel! I know, you are thinking I am possibly insane as it is the land of milk and honey, or the land of pasta and pizza, but it […]