Month: February 2018

Jessica Bueler Organizes Community Effort to Welcome Refugees to St. Louis

Jessica Bueler Organizes Community Effort to Welcome Refugees to St. Louis

On November 1, 2016, four Syrian refugees were beaten outside of their home in the north side of St. Louis. The boys, who ranged from 13-15 years of age, were punched and kicked by a group of unknown suspects. Jessica Bueler, a St. Louis business […]

5 Reasons Verona is a Perfect Destination for Families

5 Reasons Verona is a Perfect Destination for Families

Verona is often overlooked by the charming canals of its more famous neighbor, but it’s a great destination for families. The city is easily walkable, with all its major attractions within its compact historic center. Here are five spots that are sure to enchant even […]

Summer 2018: Going in Different Directions

Summer 2018: Going in Different Directions

We rang in the New Year in Paris and spent the first eight days of 2018 in Italy, so we got a good start to the 2018 year, but it’s the summer trips that I’m most excited about. Emma had expressed wanting to go on […]

How to Make Sense of Travel Advisories for U.S. Citizens

How to Make Sense of Travel Advisories for U.S. Citizens

In January, the Department of State revamped its travel advisory page and how it provides information about other countries. Before the list only included countries that had a travel advisory, but now the list includes all countries with the following classifications: Level 1 – Exercise […]