Overall, 5/5 of us recommend Butcher’s Bistro in Denver, CO. If you’re looking for the meal of a fancy dinner in a casual environment, this is your spot. If you’re looking for a chill spot for some great cocktails and small plates before your night out, you’ve got your spot. If you want to experience spectacular waitstaff and service, look no further.
Here’s what you’re going to get from this post: fun facts about Venice, the usual and the unusual sites to check out, and then a quick bit about my time in Venice. Enjoy!
By the time we made it to Tuscany, the quiet and relaxation was well-needed. This little town on top of a hill is everything I ever imagined when I pictured Italy in my mind. There were little shops, quaint old shop owners trying to draw you in, friendly faces everywhere, and wine. And cheese. And sausage. Oh, the wine, cheese, and sausage – what dreams are made of.
If you’ve read my review on Rome, you know that I got sick all over the city. Including the Sistine Chapel. We can now add London, Dusseldorf, and somewhere over Germany in the Euro Wings plane to the list. This was not a game I ever wanted to win. But I don’t do sports the normal way – of course this is the one I excel at.
I’m in the midst of packing and preparing for my 2.5 week trip in Europe. I leave on Friday and I am NOT prepared! But are we ever? This got me thinking about writing a post on what my favorite things to bring on a trip abroad are. My go-to items, my must haves, and my just-in-case items. And a surprise cameo recommendation from the male half of my life.