We have traveled with Aidan since he was 6 weeks old. By the end of June he will have flown in over 20+ plane rides, ranging from quick 1 hour flights to Atlanta to the 6+ hour flight to Ireland. We’ve also experienced these trips from birth to nearly 2 years old and I must
On our last trip to Cincinnati, I was on a quest to find the best brunch spot in Cincinnati and I think we found it. Maplewood Kitchen & Bar is a “west coast cafe in the heart of Cincinnati”. The restaurant offers healthier fare that screams California. Think “poke tuna tostada” or “ricotta toast with berries
This past weekend one of my dear friends got married in Cincinnati. For as close as Cincinnati is to Indianapolis (and given that my brother lived there a few years after college), it’s surprising how little I’ve explored the city. We were lucky enough to get the weekend “baby free”, thanks to my parents watching
It has been a crazy start to 2017. This past week alone, I was on a plane Monday, Wednesday, Saturday, Wednesday. Kyle & I already have 14 Marriott nights combined, which doesn’t include the past 4 nights staying with Kyle’s parents. That adds up to over 1/3 of the year being spent OUTSIDE our house.
We’ve been dying to check out Nada, a modern Mexican restaurant in downtown Indianapolis. A couple weeks ago, we decided to go for an early dinner and bring Aidan (which is always a risk) and meet up with a friend. This place is always packed, so we were thankful to get there before the crowds
Milktooth restaurant was recently named one of the best restaurants in the WORLD by Conde Nast. Located in Fletcher Place in downtown Indianapolis, I must admit I was a little skeptical about all the hype. Indiana isn’t exactly known for being a foodie town…until now. Everything I heard about Milktooth was to “give it a chance”. The
This past summer, we spent 2 weeks in Ireland exploring as much of the country as we could. We were based in Killarney, a small town on the West Coast. Since Ireland is such a small country, we were able to do several day trips and see most of the sights. One of my favorite trips was
One of the many highlights of our recent trip to Ireland was having Traditional Afternoon Tea at Ashford Castle. Ashford Castle dates back to 1228 in County Mayo, about 30-45 minutes outside of Galway. I had heard about Ashford Castle in a blog post on Gal Meets Glam & convinced Kyle to spend one of our