London to Zurich, Zurich to Munich and then the reverse. Flying above Burgundy, the Alps and Bavaria, the inflight announcements are delivered in both English and German. Even with a layover, it’s an exciting flight plan. The only downside of the trip is the layover. No internet, expensive food, doubly […]Read more ›
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Geneva’s Old Town is a pedestrian zone featuring a maze of antique shops, luxury stores and restaurants. The highlight of my brief visit to Geneva was a slice of both England and US: the Lord Nelson Pub and the Brasserie du Molard. Found on the ground level, the Brasserie du […]Read more ›
It’s been two weeks since I completed a 3-month project in Switzerland and returned to London… My company phone: deactivated. My company laptop: turned off. My travel plans this week: none. Some of the people I knew in Lausanne referred to me as a consultant – a word normally associated […]Read more ›
Milwaukee just finished SummerFest, Chicago is gearing up for Lollapalooza and the London has the iTunes Festival in September. Not to be left out of the mix, both Lausanne, Switzerland and its neighboring city Montreux have amazing music festivals. Fete de la Musique (Lausanne) Spread throughout the central part […]Read more ›
America’s Birthday is a day most US citizens love and appreciate. It’s a time to relax, crack open a beer, light up the grill and raise a glass to our American Forefathers and the brave men and women currently protecting our country and communities. But when a 4th of July […]Read more ›
Working for one of the world’s largest PR agencies has led to some amazing opportunities and trips (e.g. visiting some of the manliest cities in the US and moving to London). As someone that loves to explore, an itinerary packed with meetings or events requires me to embrace my small […]Read more ›