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Optimize Your Stopover in Frankfurt

Oct. 13, 2017 by

How I spent my 17 hours in Frankfurt Recently, I planned a last-minute stopover in Frankfurt (seriously- I just called United to reroute my flight through Frankfurt instead of through

My #1 Recommendation in Nashville

Oct. 13, 2017 by

My Nashville Recommendations with Chrissy Adventures One of the most commonly asked questions that I get involves my recommendations of Nashville. I grew up in Nashville, so I have hundreds

Sailing the Archipelagos of Stockholm

Oct. 6, 2017 by

If you’ve ever been to the beautiful port city of Stockholm, you know exactly why sailing through the archipelagos is such a pleasurable experience. The capital of Scandinavia is blessed

My Top 10 Experiences in Italy

Sep. 25, 2017 by

Recently I spent a few weeks exploring the majority of the Italian coast, and I had the opportunity to check off quite a few things off my bucket list. Italy

Essential Tips for Shopping in Italy: What to Buy and Where

Sep. 25, 2017 by

When visiting Italy, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with the massive amounts of merchandise that you feel compelled to buy. Should you splurge for the leather bag? How much wine should you really bring back to the US? After all, who doesn’t want to come back from a trip abroad with gifts for all of your friends and family?It’s always fun to receive a compliment on something you purchased abroad that inspires a story or memory from your trip. I brought Matt a golf towel from St. Andrew’s in

Zone of Totality

Sep. 18, 2017 by

As if Nashville needed any assistance with the massive influx of tourism and millennial flocking to move to what, in my opinion, is the coolest city on the planet, Nashville was recently the largest city in the zone of totality for the solar eclipse. A few months ago, I wrote about the numerous parties that Nashville threw for the eclipse, and now I am going to share my experience at Mayor Megan Barry’s Solar Eclipse Party.As I’ve mentioned in several posts before, Nashville is always up for

Pompeii, Italy

10 Facts about Pompeii to Inspire Your Trip

Sep. 13, 2017 by

Pompeii is known for the infamous eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 69 AD, but there is so much more to this intriguing city in the Bay of Naples than just the tragedy that brought it fame. My time spent in Napoli included some of the most beautiful and interesting destinations, but Pompeii was surprisingly my favorite place in Italy.In preparation for any trip, I always strive to study the history of my destination, and I spent a great deal of time watching lectures about Pompeii, which I felt

20 Photos of Monaco That Will Convince You To Visit

Aug. 31, 2017 by

Officially named The Principality of Monaco, Monaco is the 2nd smallest country in the world (second to The Vatican City), and is only 2 square kilometers large. Most commonly known for the immense wealth of this micro state, 30% of Monaco’s residents are millionaires, and symbols of wealth including luxury brands, sports cars, and extravagant hotels and restaurants are everywhere you turn. This small country has so much to offer, including a rich history, incredible food, and beautiful views of

My Experience in an Authentic Italian Market

Aug. 26, 2017 by

Recently, I had the pleasure of exploring Italy with my family. I love everything about Italian culture, from the loud nature of the residents, the importance of family, to the incredible food and wine. I love how every meal is an event, and I especially love enjoying a glass of Prosecco before lunch.While exploring Sicily, I spent some time wandering through an authentic Italian market through the hustle and bustle of a busy day.As the market was opening, vendors stood behind their stands

My Skincare Routine for Long Haul Flights with Rodan and Fields

Aug. 20, 2017 by

Disclaimer: This post was written in collaboration with a┬áRodan and Fields consultant. As always, all opinions expressed here are my own.Whether it’s a short 1 hour flight, or a series of long haul red eyes, I simply love flying. Through the years, I’ve perfected my travel routine, and have mastered the art of packing a carry on and gaining access to those airport lounges to pass the time. One reason that so many people are timid to travel internationally is because international flights are