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Mardi Gras Weekend in New Orleans


I've visited New Orleans a couple times before (for a bachelorette party and then a long weekend getaway to celebrate K's birthday, which turned out to be Southern Decadence weekend so that was an unexpected amount of fun people watching).

A Spontaneous Christmas in Vegas


We had zero plans to visit Las Vegas last year until the very last minute when my Aunt offered us her timeshare condo free of charge during Christmas week. So we looked at flights and the best price we could get was flying there on Christmas Day. So that happened!

Charming Charleston, SC


Well it only took me a month to get this post together as we traveled to Charleston exactly a month ago in December for a quick birthday getaway.

2018 Year Recap: January - April


At the end of every year I love to recap and remember all the highlights and adventures that happened during the year. A life document and travel diary of sorts.

Nashville Work Trip


With all the busy weekends the past few weeks, I made sure I was feeling rested before making my way over to Nashville last week Monday for a work training conference. The days were packed starting with breakfast at 8 am, back-to-back courses throughout the day until about 5 pm, then ending with happy hours, dinner and networking.

Austin Double Decker Bus Tour


We had a blast exploring Austin, TX over Labor Day weekend to celebrate K's birthday and, while most of the trip was unplanned, I did book a hop on/hop off sightseeing and historic tour on the Double Decker Austin.

Adventures in Austin, Texas


Austin has been on my travel wish list for several years now and we finally made it over there for Labor Day weekend to celebrate K's birthday.

Labor Day Weekend + TBB Asks


Happy Labor Day everyone! We've been in Austin, TX since Friday exploring the food and music scene along with a historical tour on Saturday. Hope you all enjoy the holiday today.

The Havana Panoramic Tour


Touring Havana was an experience of a lifetime. Before visiting, I initially thought that Havana was full of dilapidated buildings, while yes that is the case in some parts of Old Havana, other parts of the city have some impeccable buildings and monuments with so much history behind them.