What to Wear to Tomorrowland

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I’m explaining what I wore to Tomorrowland 2018!  Compared to the States, Europe is much more relaxed in festival outfits which I enjoy – no pressure to wear anything crazy, but if you want to elevate your look you totally can.  My number one tip is to wear what you’ll be comfortable in!  My number two tip is to plan your outfits ahead of time so you’re stress free in the festival, and can focus on having fun and feeling beautiful. Day 1: Thursday – Travel Day, Check in to Dreamville and the Gathering Party I kept this outfit simple […]

You Know You’ve Been to Tomorrowland When

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Another magical Tomorrowland has come to a close, and I can’t help but post a few things that only the lucky 200,000 yearly People of Tomorrow will recognize! 1. You get to see the biggest DJs in the world and experience new ones, back to back to back over three and a half days! The music at Tomorrowland covers all types of EDM. This year we saw Hardwell, Guetta, Martin Garrix, Armin Van Buuren, Alesso, Sebastian Ingrosso, Solomon, Pete Tong, Kölsch, Kungs, Steve Angelo, Nicki Romero, Kshmr, Netsky, Frankyeffe and many more! 2. You and your tent neighbors all speak […]

Corpus Christi in Sevilla

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|Locatio: Sevilla, Spain| Dave and I have traveled pretty extensively around Europe but I can honestly say I actually felt culture shock in Sevilla (that fact alone shocked me!)!  We happened to visit during Corpus Christi week, and it seemed the city was always on with celebrations, parades, and excitement. Every evening the week leading up to Corpus Christi on Thursday, multiple bands would play throughout the narrow city streets and the music echoed off the buildings making for some loud music.  This city celebrated with passion!  The streets were filled with people everywhere and we had fun exploring! The city […]

Plaza de España, Sevilla Spain

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The Plaza de España!  If you’ve been, your eyes widen when someone mentions it.  It’s an expansive plaza built on the outskirts of downtown Sevilla in 1928 for the 1929 World Fair, with blue, white, and yellow tiles galore set against soaring Spanish towers.  The architecture is that beautiful mix of Roman and Moorish, or oriental, that makes up what we now think of Andalusian architecture. The plaza is surrounded by a moat, with four tiled bridges crossing it.  Rent a boat if you’d like to paddle your sweetheart around. Those tiles… I promise you won’t be able to get […]

Exploring the Colorful, Tasty Streets of Sevilla, Spain

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Sevilla is a Spanish city bursting with life, culture, and passion.  It seems everything the Sevillanos do, they do with passion!  From flamenco dancing, to bull fights, to the chaos of eating tapas for lunch, to celebrating Corpus Christi with huge street parades in their Sunday best, Sevillanos do it all with passion and a big, friendly smile. Sevilla had been on our travel bucket list for a while and when we booked the big birthday trip to Ibiza with the fam, we were able to fly a quick hop from Ibiza to Sevilla.  It worked out perfectly and I highly […]

Stuttgarter Frühlingsfest

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This post is quite late (hello Summer!!) but I wanted to tell you about the Stuttgarter Frühlingsfest since we had the BEST time with so many best friends visiting! The Frühlingsfest, or Spring Festival in English, runs for 3 straight weeks, mid April to mid May every year and it’s the sister event to the Volksfest in the fall.  We were so lucky to have a ton of friends visit us from the states this year, all during the fest season so we spent many weekends soaking up the German festival and sharing it with them! If you haven’t been […]

Exploring Ibiza Town

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If you’re in the White Isle and need a break from the sun and beaches or the weather isn’t perfect, head on over to Ibiza town for a fun afternoon of exploring!  It is a picture perfect hilltop town with narrow, windy cobblestone roads, white houses with colorful shutters, and a castle on top. Crossover into the historic old town via drawbridge into the walled town. We spent our last afternoon exploring the narrow paths, popping in and out of cute boho shops, and admiring the colorful town.  Ibiza is covered in gorgeous fuschia flowers everywhere, making for even more pops of […]

Mercedes Cup Stuttgart

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Sports fans in Stuttgart are very happy this week between the Mercedes Cup tennis tournament and the World Cup kickoff, there’s a lot to watch and a lot of excitement!  Last weekend we decided to check out the Mercedes Cup and made a ‘day-date’ out of it! The Mercedes Cup is an ATP World Tour tennis tournament on grass courts.  The tournament is sponsored by Mercedes and the winner of the tournament gets prize money and a new car!  We hadn’t been before and wanted to check it out since it’s local and the tournament brings some big names to Stuttgart […]