Blog Archives for category travel

Travelzoo Hosts 16-Hour ‘Suite 16’ Event Sale April 16, 2018

If you’re looking to grab a bit of luxury travel on a discount, don’t miss Travelzoo’s 16-Hour “Suite 16” event,… Continue reading »

Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando Debuts New Future Rock Star Suites

As a musician, as well as a traveler, I’m so excited about the new Future Rock Star Suites at the… Continue reading »

Disney Cruise Line Adds New Destinations for Summer 2019 #DCL

In Summer 2019, Disney Cruise Line will sail on new itineraries and to seven new ports in Europe, including a… Continue reading »

Travel Thursday: Rocky Mountains, Colorado

This week’s Travel Thursday photo was taken on a 2007 road trip with my BFF Rhonda that saw us heading… Continue reading »

My Top Ten Most Wanted Travel Destinations for 2018

As I gear up for another year of blogging, I’m taking a look at where I want to travel in… Continue reading »

Travel Thursday: The Luxor Hotel, Las Vegas

Today‚Äôs Travel Thursday photo is of The Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas. In 2005, I made my first trip to… Continue reading »

Travel Thursday: Ft. Massac State Park, Illinois #EnjoyIllinois

In 2008, following the death of my gramma, I took a solo trip from Wisconsin, where I’d lived with her,… Continue reading »

Travel Thursday: Ghost Rock, Utah

Today’s Travel Thursday photo is of Ghost Rock in Utah, taken in August 2007. That year, my best friend and… Continue reading »

Travel Thursday: A Rusted VW Van in Metone, Alabama

Today’s Travel Thursday photo is of a rusted VW van surrounded by potted flowers I saw when driving through Metone,… Continue reading »

National Park Fees Could Rise to $70 at Some Parks

One of the best travel resources America has are our national parks, but if the National Park Service has its… Continue reading »

Airboating on the Delta is a Must-Do in Mobile Alabama #VisitMobile

  As part of my hosted media visit to Mobile, Alabama, my group had the opportunity to go airboating on… Continue reading »

Celebrate the History of Mardi Gras at the Mobile Carnival Museum in Alabama #VisitMobile #BorntoCelebrate #travel

  Did you you know Mardi Gras in America started in 1703 in Mobile, Alabama? The area had been taken… Continue reading »

The Fort of Colonial Mobile Teaches the Colonial History of Mobile Alabama #VisitMobile #travel

I recently spent a couple of days in Mobile, Alabama, and one of my favorite experiences was a visit to… Continue reading »

I’m Headed to Alabama for #TBEX in Huntsville and a Few Days in Mobile #IHeartHSV #VisitMobile

I’m excited to announce that I’m kicking off May with my first big trip of the year to Huntsville, Alabama… Continue reading »

U.S. Virgin Islands Offers $300 to Visitors to Celebrate 2017 Centennial

In the U.S. Virgin Islands, March 31 is the 100th anniversary celebration of “Transfer Day,” which is when Denmark sold… Continue reading »