You guys!!! I can’t believe that my Mom and I leave for Paris this Friday!! We’ve been so excited and sending texts to each other every day about what we want to do, see, and visit while there. All of your suggestions over Instagram have been very helpful and we have a list of “must-sees” including The Palace of Versailles, The Eiffel Tower, Monet House and The Louvre Museum.
Many of you have asked how we scored such a great price on roundtrip tickets and the answer is Next Vacay! I first came across this site over Instagram, the images caught my eye and so did the service. Next Vacay is a $25 per year membership service that sends you emails of the best priced flights from top vacation destinations flying out of the airport closest to you.
So far, I have received deals to Tokyo, Australia, Los Angeles, Belize, Texas, and PARIS!!! All with either direct flights or one-stop flights to get you to your destination as quickly as possible. With the time and money we’re saving with this service, we have also planned a one-night getaway to visit my friend in Hungary! My Dad’s side of the family is originally from Hungary, so this is a special treat for me to see where they came from.
If you’re interested in learning more about Next Vacay, head on over to their website to see some of the locations their members have been flying to.
4 more sleeps until Paris!! xoxo
These photos popped up over my facebook memories and I couldn’t help but think: where did that summer and this summer go?? Mia is one and a half, Ella is 2 and a half and Owen will be going in to grade 4 this year! I can hardly believe it!
This FB reminder makes me want to appreciate every last bit of whats left of our summer home together. It has been a busy summer and not as relaxing as this summer above. We have been unpacking and organizing for what feels like forever. I say we should take a break and leave some boxes for a week and enjoy this beautiful weather while its here.
I’m thinking we make a bucket list together for the rest of the summer. What do you think?
My end of summer bucket list:
- A walk through springbank park
- Take the kids to Storybook Gardens
- Beach day
- Try a new restaurant that we have not been to yet
- Have friends and family over for a bbq
Do you have anything on your summer bucket list of things to do before it ends?? x-0