Happy Wednesday! Trying really hard to post more regularly, but it’s a struggle with my current insane schedule. I have a million deadlines and things to do with everything else in life that blogging has been kind of sitting on the back burner – which I’m hoping will change after this semester is over. We’re planning some exciting things for the summer but in the mean time, let’s reminisce about traveling.
I realized the other day that I have almost lost track of the amount of cruise decks I’ve walked on. I am lucky to be raised by parents who have always believed in travel and seeing the world – it is because of this that I have been fortunate enough to have seen much of the world from aboard a cruise ship starting at a really young age. Our last trip was a little under a year ago where we did a 13 night Mediterranean cruise aboard the then brand new Carnival Vista. Thanks to the Vista, I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to sail on an older ship again now that I’ve been spoiled with something new.
One of the things I love (and hate at the same time) about cruising is having just one day to tackle a city. We spent the day running around, quite literally, with just a paper map.
Everyone loves a good adventure right? We sure do; so join us on a journey back to the days we were exploring Europe. This is the first of many blog posts about each of the ports we were at while we were on our 13 day cruise aboard the magnificent Carnival Vista (more about ship life in our post vista, coming soon). First stop, Trieste, Italy!