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Fête des Lumières in Lyon

Reading Time: 8 minutes Lyon transforms from a laid-back metropolitan to a bustling city dazzling with lights around every corner for four days in December. Lyon’s famed festival, Fête des Lumières, or Festival of Lights, illuminates the city with magic and wonder through various light displays. After organizers canceled the event in 2020 due to COVID, it was back … Continue reading Fête des Lumières in Lyon

Travel Traditions: Christmas Ornaments

Reading Time: 8 minutes With Thanksgiving officially over, it’s time to decorate for Christmas! I was all for putting up our Christmas tree as soon as possible, but Jordan convinced me we should wait and keep our christmas ornaments stored until after Thanksgiving. No skipping holidays in this house! That, and the fact we spent the previous two weeks … Continue reading Travel Traditions: Christmas Ornaments

Discovering Belgium: Walking our way through Bruges

Reading Time: 14 minutes A few months went by before we were able to take our second trip to Belgium. We made sure to find a city with a little more character than “Manneken Pis.” We landed on Bruges, a medieval town with narrow cobblestone streets lined with guild houses and the faint smell of chocolate in the air. Bruges, located … Continue reading Discovering Belgium: Walking our way through Bruges

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