Cuban Adventures Part 1

As the new year starts, I wanted to take the time to wrap up my thoughts from our 2 day Cuban adventure. We visited the city of Havana and had the absolute best time. The city is such an interesting place, the people are excited to talk to you and the history is incredibly rich! Take a peek at some of the things we did in Havana below.

In our typical fashion of cramming as much into our vacations as possible, we did so much on this trip that I am going to split it up into two posts. Take a peek at some of the things we did in Havana on our first day below.

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Rome Round Up

Well the time has finally come to share my Rome travels! For our honeymoon, J and I took a 12 day Mediterranean cruise through Royal Caribbean. And let me tell you, BEST DECISION EVER! We went to 5 countries (6 if you count the Vatican, which I do!) in 12 days. I like to tell people that our cruise was like an appetizer sampler platter. We got to see so many things in a short amount of time and it gave us a taste of each city and now we know where we want to go back and visit for more than 12 hours!

When we booked our cruise we wanted to be able to go on the “official” excursions, but still have exploring time of our own. We were lucky to find an excursion that would get us into Rome and take us from one major attraction to another attraction. Here is what we were able to see in less than 12 hours!

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The Anatomy of a Lake House

So a while ago, I went to Michigan for the weekend with one of my best friends and one of our favorite things to do is grab a couple cold drinks, hop on her grandpa’s pontoon and take a lap around the lake. But this year, I found myself looking a little harder at the different types of houses that graced Sister Lakes, MI. The different sizes, styles, colors and even shapes were fascinating to me. The more I looked, the more I realized this would make for a great blog post!

I’m sure when I say “Lake House” everyone pictures a giant house with a ton of windows, a dock for the boat and maybe even a floating pier for sun bathing and jumping in to cool off. While that’s mainly what I found as well, there were a couple different houses I wanted to highlight!

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