London, United KingdomTraveling is probably one of my favorite things in this world to do. Normally I travel by myself (mostly because I work for myself and can take longer periods of time off, and because I like to travel at a faster pace than most people), but this time I was lucky enough to have my husband by my side! Kyle and I decided to do Europe for our honeymoon, and we basically each chose a couple of spots we really wanted to see and we filled in the blanks wherever the trains stopped in between! Until this trip I never knew I could enjoy traveling with someone as much as I did with Kyle. We saw so many fantastic places, and we both agreed we would do what we wanted, when we wanted and it worked out seamlessly! He was such a good sport with the countless museums I wanted to visit, and I broadened my horizons by attending a Chelsea Football game (which ended up being one of the most amazing experiences), and several hockey games! One of my favorite parts of the trip was sharing all different kinds of food wherever we went! Because we were there over Christmas and New Years there were amazing Christmas markets everywhere! We ate and drank to our hearts content and came back with a perpetual craving for currywurst and good beer! Despite it being “winter” in Europe, it was nothing compared to our normal Kamloops winter, and we were pleasantly surprised with mostly beautiful weather! I tend to not take very many photos when I travel, because I really love enjoying everything first hand, and not through a lens – but here are a few photos I took during our trip! Enjoy!
Shakespeare’s Globe (a place I’ve wanted to see since high school English class)
Bruges, Belgium (although it was super foggy all the days that we were there, it was a super romantic and amazing place! Loved all the chocolate and delicious beer while we were there too!)
Amsterdam, The Netherlands (the museums, the canals, the architecture! It’s every travellers dream destination, and we were lucky enough to be there for New Years – it’s such a magical place!) Berlin, Germany (this was the only place where we had terrible weather – but it seemed fitting at least while we were at the Holocaust memorial because it was such an emotional and somber place). Prague, Czech Republic (Prague was one of our favorite cities because of how beautiful the whole city was!)
The beer halls in Prague were so fun! They are just big halls with long tables and the servers bring around big trays of one type of beer and two different types of shots and you just say yes!
Munich, Germany Salzburg and Vienna, Austria – Salzburg was also one of our favorite cities because of it’s quaint charm! We loved the little streets and the view from the castle! It was also a special spot for me because I worked for RedBull for many years and we were able to go see my old RedBull boss and try a unique flavor of RedBull at Hangar 7!
Couldn’t have imagined traveling the world with anyone most wonderful (and handsome) than this man!! Thanks for making it one of the best trips ever babay!