Guide to Cuba: Cienfuegos, the Pearl of the South

Guide to Cuba: Cienfuegos, the Pearl of the South

  Jennifer Kirk is back with her series for Food Travelist on Cuba. Jennifer visited Cuba in November of 2016, spending two incredible weeks in the country visiting over half a dozen cities, towns and sights. From celebrating Thanksgiving in Havana to being there when Fidel Castro passed away, Jennifer has many awesome experiences to share. […]

George’s At The Cove in La Jolla

George’s At The Cove in La Jolla

  We recently spent a day and night in La Jolla, California. We’d like to thank the Grande Colonial Hotel, George’s at the Cove and the San Diego Tourism Authority for their help planning our trip. We were not paid for our reviews. All opinions reflect our own opinions and experiences.     While visiting […]

24 Hours In La Jolla

24 Hours In La Jolla

    We recently spent the night in La Jolla, California. We’d like to thank the Grande Colonial Hotel and the San Diego Tourism Authority for their help planning our trip. We were not paid for our reviews. All opinions reflect our own opinions and experiences.   On a recent visit to Los Angeles we decided […]

And The Oscar Goes To

And The Oscar Goes To

  It’s that time of year, awards season. Golden Globes, People’s Choice, Grammys and the mother of them all the Oscars. The 89th Academy Awards hosted this year by Jimmy Kimmel on ABC will be another glamorous star-studded fun event. Even if you haven’t seen the nominated movies it’s still fun to watch the red carpet […]

How To Travel to Cuba Legally Without A Costly Tour

How To Travel to Cuba Legally Without A Costly Tour

  We’re thrilled to have Jennifer Kirk as a guest host this week. Jennifer visited Cuba in November of 2016, spending two incredible weeks in the country visiting over half a dozen cities, towns and sights. From celebrating Thanksgiving in Havana to being there when Fidel Castro passed away, Jennifer has many awesome experiences to share. […]

Bring A Little Joy With Fannie May

Bring A Little Joy With Fannie May

  As a long time fan of Fannie May I consider myself an ambassador. We were given samples of the candy described below. We were not financially compensated for this review. You can always be assured that our comments and reviews are our honest opinions and reflect our experience.   If you’re like me you could […]

Bootler Brings All Your Favorite Meals Home

Bootler Brings All Your Favorite Meals Home

  This is a sponsored post. As always all opinions are our own and reflect our experiences. We love going out to eat. It’s a wonderful treat of going somewhere special and ordering your favorite meal or trying something new. But sometimes you just want to stay home, put your stretchy pants on, curl up on […]

El Cid Resorts in Mazatlán Something For Everyone

El Cid Resorts in Mazatlán Something For Everyone

      If you live in a certain climate it’s that time of year when winter sets in. The skies are gray a little too often and you start to get a little tired of the cold, ice and snow. Your mind starts to wander. Dreaming of the warm sun on your skin, soft […]

Keeping Resolutions at Goldmoor Inn in Galena

Keeping Resolutions at Goldmoor Inn in Galena

  We were recently the guests of the Goldmoor Inn in Galena. All opinions are our own and reflect our experiences.   January. Time to set your goals for the year. There are the typical resolutions. Lose weight. Eat right. Exercise more. Maybe you’ve set some resolutions for yourself. This year I’ve decided to focus […]

8 Foods You Need To Eat In Israel

8 Foods You Need To Eat In Israel

    We are pleased to have this guest post on Israeli food by our friend Cory Lee from Curb Free with Cory Lee*.   As well as being a treasure trove of diverse culture, sacred places, religious artifacts and contrasting modern industry, Israel is also foodie heaven! It’s now renowned for being a country full of award-winning […]

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