Personally, I have always found getting to and from airports (not using taxis) to be one of the more stressful parts of traveling. The major European airports are huge and sometimes finding transport upon arrival can be challenging. If you have ever felt the same, this post will help reduce this stressor.
Recently, we posted about our first experience flying in United’s Basic Economy fare class. Now, we are taking this post to the other end of the travel spectrum. This is all about our first time flying first class on Delta Airlines and what you should consider if you are wanting to do the same. Have […]
Europe’s culture and history is one of many things visitors find appealing. Oftentimes, popular attractions draw large crowds. But, what if two similar attractions in two different countries offered two opposite experiences? How would you know which one offered more of an authentic experience?
A trip to Thailand is traveling to a place like no other. It is exotic yet familiar. It is bustling cities and small towns; beaches, countryside, and concrete. Thailand is often high on the bucket list of many travelers. For years it was high on ours. However, it seemed a little too far; a little […]
Hard to believe it is time to write up another quarterly travel round-up! Am I the only person who thinks this year is flying by? For anyone new to my quarterly travel roundups, these posts highlight our travel activities by offering glimpses of things that haven’t made it onto the blog yet! Here we go!
Many people are like us. Working adults with responsibilities as well as dreams of far-flung destinations. We fit a different type of travel mold than that of the younger end of the millennium generation. Long ago, we traded in the possibilities of a traditional gap year for the security offered by full time jobs and […]
When searching through various travel and tourism lists, Stonehenge almost always pops up somewhere along the line. Stonehenge is over 5,000 years old and still serves as a mystery and special place for many. It is an unofficial world wonder for many, but also a UNESCO world heritage site. It’s an incredibly popular tourist attraction […]
Looking to beat the California desert heat? The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is the best way to do so! How can you beat that? Being from the Rocky Mountain region, I wasn’t sure what to expect of this area of the California desert. Needless to say we were not at all disappointed by our experience […]