Blog Archives for category travel

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 »

Learning about Child Safety in Vehicles with Nissan and Bloggin’ Mamas in Miami #NissanMamas

Last month I had the pleasure of joining the Bloggin’ Mamas for a Nissan event in Miami, where we learned… Continue reading »

Canada’s National Parks Go Fee Free for 2017

Canada is celebrating its 150th anniversary by making entry to all its national parks free for the entire year of… Continue reading »

New Attractions Premiere this Summer in Orlando and Central Florida

This summer is an exciting time to visit Orlando and Central Florida, as new attractions, shows, thrill rides, and more… Continue reading »

Five New Reasons to Visit LEGOLAND Florida

LEGOLAND Florida has announced five new additions to the park that will be opening in the next year. These include a… Continue reading »

Saltwood at Loews Atlanta a Must for Foodies

Often times, hotel restaurants are nothing worth getting excited about, but Saltwood at the Loews Atlanta will make any foodie… Continue reading »

Loews Atlanta Offers Luxury Accomodations in a Great Location For Exploring Atlanta

It’s midnight on a Friday and I’m staring out the floor-to-ceiling window in my Loews Atlanta suite at downtown Atlanta…. Continue reading »

Make a Map of Your North American Travels

During my regular morning reads, I happened upon a cool map generator over at Gas Food No Lodging, which allows… Continue reading »

I’m Headed to Atlanta #ZengrrlInAtlanta

This weekend I’m heading to Atlanta for a weekend press trip and I’m really looking forward to exploring the city…. Continue reading »

Tahiti Tourisme Launches New Campaign to Invite Visitors to the Islands

Tahiti Tourisme has launched a new global campaign to reinforce the iconic beauty of the destination while creating awareness and… Continue reading »