TRAVEL VIBES: SHOP ALL
"I once traveled to 5 cities and 4 countries in 24 hours."
"With that kind of commuting, I am ALL about ease and comfort in terms of my travel vibe. Staples such as these certainly got me through 2016: jeans, t-shirt, hat, good skin care, sunglasses, a jacket, and, my personal favorite, sneakers."
COORDINATES OF HER°
Hi! I’m Kristi Bailey, a Louisiana native and now Los Angeles transplant, who left a career in architecture to become a world traveler. Since then, I have traveled to over 50 countries and have collected countless memories of gratitude, hospitality, and kindness around the globe. I share these stories here on my travel blog. Thanks for stopping by!
ESSENTIALS FOR HER:
As a little girl, I grew up hearing stories about Vienna from my grandmother. From long afternoons spent at old world cafes to late nights at the Austrian Opera House, she still says this city was her favorite place she ever visited. Walking these streets, I could see why she fell so madly in love.
If you are heading to Mammoth Springs, California, then make sure to check out Woolley’s Snow Tube Park. The views from the top are beautiful, and there is a pulling system taking you up from the bottom!
Without a doubt, this large complex, is the number one visited tourist attraction in Budapest and it is well deserved. The panoramic views of Pest and the Danube are unparalleled.
Thank you to all those I have met along these journeys around the world who have taught me kindness and showed me compassion. I am forever grateful. And, my only hope is that I always pay it forward in some way in some other part of the world.
Part of my routine in any city I visit is to try the local coffee! I am always on the hunt for a great cup of pour over . And, while Budapest is not exactly known for its coffee, there are a few spots worth mentioning!
“You can leave Sedona, but it will never leave you.” ~ Such a true statement from our sweet (and funny) guide on our Jeep ride through this insane landscape. I fell so deeply in love with Sedona on this trip, and I was so excited to be exploring around!
In terms of European cities, I think Budapest surprised me the most this past year. I truly loved the city. From its stunning architecture to its beautiful cobblestone streets, this little slice of Eastern Europe is as romantic as it is dreamy!
I have never lived in NYC, but it is still a little dream I keep in my back pocket. Who knows, maybe one day, even just for a few months, I may just find myself there!