London in 3.5 Days

During my recent Grand Tour of Europe, I spent a whirlwind 3.5-ish days in London. We flew from Salt Lake to London, leaving Utah in the evening of September 2 and arriving in London in the early afternoon of September 3. By the time we took the Heathrow Express into the city and got a... Continue Reading →


The Grand Tour: Two Weeks in Europe, Abbreviated

Hello again, dear reader. The time has finally come to talk about my trip to Europe! As you may imagine, a trip that spanned just over two weeks cannot be sufficiently covered in a single blog post. Over the next few weeks, I’ll talk more in depth about each of my destinations, but for now,... Continue Reading →

The Grand Tour

Hello everyone! Caroline here. As you may or may not know, both Kaycie and I are heading off this week on some wonderful travel adventures. Kaycie is headed to NYC with her friend Emmali, while I'm off to Europe for a couple weeks with my mom. I haven't talked much about my upcoming travels yet,... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday: Italian Grand Tour

Today's Throwback Thursday is going way, way back - to when I was in high school. Ten years ago this summer, I had the amazing opportunity to go to Italy for about two weeks. My high school AP art history teacher organized a couple students to go as part of an EF tour, and my mom... Continue Reading →

Expect the Unexpected

It sounds cliché, but... Today's post is a bit more introspective than the usual. I've been thinking about this topic quite a bit lately because of some circumstances I'll relate soon. But here's the main idea: When you travel, sometimes unexpected things happen, and you have to decide how to react. In my experience, it's... Continue Reading →

London and Paris with EF College Break

Last fall, I went on my first trip to Europe. I have talked about my trip a little bit here on At Home & Abroad, but the one thing I haven’t said much about is the company that I traveled with: EF College Break. I actually get a lot of messages and comments on my... Continue Reading →

Eating Like a European: Macarons

I am excited to introduce a new segment here on At Home & Abroad: Eating like a European! Caroline and I both love European food (especially when it comes to pastries). One particular favorite of ours is French macarons, which is what I am going to be discussing today! If you have ever been to... Continue Reading →

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