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 […]
In my opinion, there is so much to learn when starting a blog. In one of my earlier posts, I mentioned that it took me 7 months just to get my blog up and running. That was mostly because I wasn’t sure what to do or how to really do it and much of it overwhelmed […]
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 […]
I have always wanted to try indoor skydiving and, prior to a recent trip to Vegas, I found a great deal online so I decided to jump on it!! My number one tip with indoor skydiving is to reserve a time early. It’s very popular and slots sell out several hours in advance.
Sometimes, when you can’t actually get away, you still need a little getaway. Luckily, there’s tons of travel related movies that help you escape for an hour or two. So, if you’re looking for a good film on this final Friday of February, here’s my list of favorite, (mostly) feel-good movies that help me get my fix […]
The newest tourist attraction in Las Vegas is The Highroller at the LINQ. It’s incredibly popular and modeled after similar observation wheels like the London Eye. Because it is the newest attraction, The Highroller has a reputation of being a bit of a tourist trap, but that was not our experience at all.
In a one-block radius of Woodley Park, there’s over twenty yummy restaurants to chose from. Most offer either American or Italian cuisine, but there’s also a handful of authentic ethnic restaurants. Since I was visiting the area, it seemed only natural to eat at places that aren’t available back home.