How To Spend A Really Awesome Weekend in Grand Rapids Michigan

How To Spend A Really Awesome Weekend in Grand Rapids Michigan

    Michigan. The mitten state. When you think about Michigan you might not think of culinary diversity but you would be wrong. Many towns in Michigan actually feature some of the best food in the Midwest. Located just about a three-hour drive from Chicago, Grand Rapids is one of those places we wanted to […]

Luxury Train Ride To St. Louis Union Station Hotel

Luxury Train Ride To St. Louis Union Station Hotel

Thank you the Explore St. Louis and St. Louis Union Station Hotel for hosting my recent visit. All opinions we provide are our unique views and reflect our experiences. We pledge to provide our audience with truthful and honest reviews.   Meet me in St. Louis. It may be a familiar refrain for those of us who […]

Trinidad – Des Colores

Trinidad – Des Colores

    We’re thrilled to have Jennifer Lee Kirk as a guest writer again 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 […]

Valle de Vinales Or How Green Was My Valley

Valle de Vinales Or How Green Was My Valley

    We’re thrilled to have Jennifer Lee Kirk as a guest writer again 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 […]

Best Places to Eat in St. Petersburg Florida

Best Places to Eat in St. Petersburg Florida

  When you think Florida you probably think sunny beach filled days. And you wouldn’t be wrong. Our recent visit to St. Petersburg, Florida for the annual IGLTA Convention was filled with meetings but we did still get out to enjoy the sun, water and, of course, the food. It had been about five years […]

Taste of the Old West in Cody Wyoming

Taste of the Old West in Cody Wyoming

  I recently had the privilege of being the guest of the Park County Travel Council in Cody, Wyoming. I was not compensated for this post and all opinions expressed are my own and reflect my experiences. The Old West. Many of us who live in large cities, like us in Chicago, wonder what it would […]

Luxurious and Tasty Fairmont Gold in Washington DC

Luxurious and Tasty Fairmont Gold in Washington DC

  When traveling we all have the choice to stay at many different types of accommodations. Large hotels, small boutique hotels, bed and breakfast, Airbnbs… The choices can be mind-numbing. When we’re visiting larger cities we may opt for hotels we know well as consistently delivering great comfort and customer service. One of those hotels is the Fairmont. […]

5 Myths About Cuba Debunked

5 Myths About Cuba Debunked

  We’re thrilled to have Jennifer Kirk as a guest writer again 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 […]

Mazatlan Food Lovers Paradise

Mazatlan Food Lovers Paradise

  If you’re looking for new places to explore through food travel Mazatlan should be on the top of your list. Located on the Pacific Ocean, Mazatlan is ideally located for North Americans looking for a warm sunny friendly destination. What most people won’t know about Mazatlan is that is not only a thriving seaport […]

Catching More Than Fish in Kenosha

Catching More Than Fish in Kenosha

  We were fortunate to be the guests of the Kenosha Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Kenosha Charter Boat Association on a fishing charter adventure last month. I can’t say that we are big fishing enthusiasts but we do like the outdoors and are always up for a new adventure. We headed up to Kenosha […]

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