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“Why do we travel? Some people want to meet new people and gain new perspectives. Others seek to step out of their comfort zones and learn more about themselves. We hope that if we travel we can make the world around us feel just a little bit smaller.”

“Why do we travel? Some people want to meet new people and gain new perspectives. Others seek to step out of their comfort zones and learn more about themselves. We hope that if we travel we can make the world around us feel just a little bit smaller.”

"A Woman's Perspective on Travel", Her Culture Magazine, Issue No. 23

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“With street art, there are no lines, no crowds, no security guards telling you to keep your distance. You can admire a piece for as long as you like. There are no rules to adhere to, no fees to pay. This is self-expression at its purest, most non-commercial form.”

“With street art, there are no lines, no crowds, no security guards telling you to keep your distance. You can admire a piece for as long as you like. There are no rules to adhere to, no fees to pay. This is self-expression at its purest, most non-commercial form.”

"A Labyrinth in Lucca: Three Views", BLENDING Newsletter, March-April 2018

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“One of the best parts of living in Italy for 5 months was sampling the country’s rich food culture. From Naples to Venice, I was constantly impressed by the diversity of flavors represented throughout the country. Florence itself was home to a tasty melting pot of foods from around the world.”

“One of the best parts of living in Italy for 5 months was sampling the country’s rich food culture. From Naples to Venice, I was constantly impressed by the diversity of flavors represented throughout the country. Florence itself was home to a tasty melting pot of foods from around the world.”

"Study Spaces in Florence", BLENDING Magazine, Summer 2018

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