The Grand Trip
From Atlanta, to Boston, to New York. Then to Copenhagen, Venice, Florence, Rome, and Milan. Lastly to Switzerland. With smaller stops in between.
The surreally beautiful Valbella was one of our favorite places of the entire trip.
Doris, Thomas, Sylea, and Marco were kind enough to take us on a day trip to Lucerne, with the aim of going to the top of Mount Pilatus.
Milan is a very charming place, but in a very different way from the other Italian cities we’ve visited on our trip.
Cinque Terre, meaning “five lands” in Italian, is a national park area along the Mediterranean composed of five small, stunning cliffside villages.
Our train left Florence at 5:50 AM, and naturally the early morning went by faster than we’d anticipated and we found ourselves running through the dark streets to make it to the station.
I think I shall. Today was about as ideal a day as possible. We were met by a flawless clear sky and warm air when we stepped out of the building this morning and proceeded to our yoga studio…
The flight to Copenhagen went about as smoothly as possible and was actually relatively comfortable. I have only positive things to say about Norwegian Air–the seats were spacious enough, the staff was courteous, and we had access to all kinds of movies, including some new releases.