Sunday, July 6, 2014

Road Trippin' through Northeast America

Finally I'm back from what seemed to be longer than a week of traveling. Hotel from hotel, state from state, city to city. Over 1800 miles (that sounds about right) of driving, and finally, I'm home.

But this family road trip consisted of going to my cousin's grad party in New York, then driving to Vermont for a college tour, and finally hitting Quebec and Montreal in Canada.
If you want my honest opinion, every place I went was beautiful, especially Quebec, but wow... Canada is expensive. To start off, their tax is 18%... from what I'm used to that's insane. And also: where can you get a $240 ticket for not wearing your seatbelt in the backseat? Oh Canada! ...Yes, this is what I experienced on my trip. Frankly, I was pissed off.
Now that I've ranted a bit, I'll talk about the good parts of my trip and show some pictures!

New York

Hiking along the Hudson with my cousins.
Trying fried Oreos at the local carnival.
Cupcakes from Magnolia Bakery. I discovered the world's best butter-cream frosting! Yay!


(not many photos... hmm)

Pretty view!

American Apparel in Burlington!


Macaroons are my obsession. This is a Hazelnut Yogurt one!

Pretty candles, beautiful church.

A night in Quebec. Wearing my beautiful maxi skirt from Yap Yap. It's on sale, check it out!

Jazz Festival because why not? Sporting my new Brandy Melville dress!

Tea time with a gorgeous view.

I love street art.
Best waffle ever. Oh my gosh.

Overall, it was a really cool trip. I got to see new places and that's what I love!
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  1. This post is amazing. I love how you incorporated the food, your style, and your photography all in one. The food looks so good. I have never tried Macaroons, but they look incredible. You're outfits look gorgeous also! Take care!

  2. That looks like fun and the food looks so yummy!!!!!!!!!

  3. Looks like an amazing trip -- inspiring me to get back out there on the road!



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