Hola! It’s been a while, I know. After far too long away, so long, in fact, I forgot my log-in password for the website and had to do a billion updates, I’m back at it. The second half of 2017 and 2018 saw some big changes making for quite a busy time, and unfortunately, something had to fall to the back of the line and The Postcard Travelers drew the short stick. Believe it or not, I even started writing this post back in January of 2018 in an attempt to resurrect the blog during a shortlived slow week of work post-holidays. It’s been a time of transitions for us: starting a business, two international moves between three different continents, goodbyes and hellos.
Photo courtesy of Zazzle.com. Well, it’s now official! The Postcard Travelers are moving sometime this October. After a little over three years in London, we will be heading to Washington, D.C. for about nine months before we make our way to the land of ceviche, llamas, pisco sours, and Machu […]
The city split in two: Budapest. A grand dame of a city on the Danube River, with Buda on the east side of the river and Pest on the west side, Hungary’s capital city offers rich history, rich cuisine, richly detailed architecture (amongst the Communist drabness!), and some of the […]
The final installment of our Baltic cruise tales. Missed the first two? Check them out here and here! Stockholm Sweden’s capital is spread over 14 islands with 57 bridges to connect them all. In Stockholm you’ll find trend-setting design, inventive cuisine, great museums, and plenty of green space with the pristine forest that […]
The second installment of our Baltic cruise tales. Missed the first one — Bruges and Copenhagen? Check it out here! Helsinki Finland’s capital is a city of green spaces and an electrifying Design District. It’s also the only European capital with no medieval past. The archipelago of Helsinki consists of around […]