“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt” Rocky Mountain National Park is the second park we are featuring on the countdown to the 100th birthday of America’s National Parks in August. This expansive park is located in the north/central area of Colorado and features vast, mountainous […]
New York City; the greatest city on earth! It’s hard to believe, but my husband and I visited New York three years ago this week. Millions of people love New York. I happen to love it for the city it is and also for the special place it holds in my heart. My husband is […]
The whole thought and history behind it was so intriguing to me. I couldn’t wait to get there, and we loved our day in Chichen Itza. Spending a day in Chichen Itza will take you back in time through dense jungles to the world of the ancient Mayans. It’s a world of incredible genius, astronomy, […]
Let’s face it, there’s a million things to consider when choosing a resort for your next beach vacation, and no, not all resorts are the same! The easiest part of the selection process might be picking the location you want to go to. If you’re boggled with the choices after that, read our tips for […]
We tend to go a lot of places that are quite a distance away and offer a change of scenery from our daily lives in the Rocky Mountains. Oftentimes, that means we head to the ocean! However, for this year’s spring break trip we decided to head to Steamboat Springs, Colorado for something that was […]
It’s March and we all know what that means – SPRING BREAK! This is traditionally a time of year when millions of people head out to catch some of the first rays of sun or some of the last powder of the season. But, if you aren’t able to get to the beach and you […]
Parasailing in Maui is awesome – there’s no better way to take in the island views and breezes than from the end of a 1,200 foot line.
In 2016, America’s National Parks will be celebrating their 100th birthday! With this in mind, I wrote a post a month from March through August, highlighting five of the national parks we have been to. As Yellowstone National Park is our country’s first national park, my first post is on YNP!
If you’re willing to pound the pavement from dusk-till-dawn, and do a little planning, it’s possible to cover a lot of ground and see a lot of big city sights in an extended weekend. Here’s our top eight places to check out in San Francisco if you’re short on time.
The Hilton Waikoloa Village Hotel is located just outside of Kona, Hawaii. Although it’s a bit far from the heart of Kona, this hotel has so much to offer that you won’t even know what you’re missing. It is a huge, sprawling property that covers over 60 acres and is complete with multiple restaurants, winding […]