Geneva, Switzerland for the weekend with Roxana!
We stayed with her uncle and aunt in their beautiful condo (the mint green building).
A Russian Princess lived here in the 1400s and 600 years later a Texan one!
So thankful for their hospitality and sharing their beautiful city with us.
It was sooooo cold here. You could feel the cold through your gloves.
I made sure to get photo-ops in front of the UN and the famous flower clock.
The Broken Chair pictured symbolizes opposition to landmines and cluster bombs. Despite having only 3 legs it still stands strong. The Broken Chair is positioned in front of the United Nations as a reminder to politicians and others visiting Geneva.
We went to the top of St. Peter's Cathedral for amazing views but we didn't stay long because of the freezing cold wind.
Laduree for macarons and coffee. The Parisian decor is everything!
On my way back to Valencia, I looked out of the plane window and saw these mountains! I tried my best to look for any SOS signs.
Traveling alone has been the scariest, most liberating, and life-changing experience of my life, so I thought I would document it. My blog is named Table For 1 to inspire others to lose the fear of being alone and to get rid of any self-doubt. You deserve anything and everything you work hard for.