5 D.C. Words to Know

Moving to a new city is always a bit daunting. Not only because you're suddenly in the market for new friends and restaurants, but also because you're suddenly a stranger to everything - even the language. I honestly didn't expect that to be an issue when I moved to D.C. It's our nation's capital, after … Continue reading 5 D.C. Words to Know

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Terracotta Army | China

For our return to Beijing from our adventure in Zhangjiajie, my husband and I decided to stop by Xi'an and see the famous Terracotta Army. I have to be 100% honest - I think we were too worn out to fully enjoy the historical site. Our train ride to Xi'an was a bit of a … Continue reading Terracotta Army | China

Harbin | China

My husband and I had the opportunity to escape polluted Beijing for a weekend with some friends. Where did we choose to go? One of the coldest cities on earth for their world-renowned ice festival: Harbin. When I say it was cold, I mean snot-freezing, eyelash-crystalizing, lips-turned-blue cold. The day was no better than the … Continue reading Harbin | China