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5 Things to Know About Las Vegas in 2021

I visited Las Vegas this past month, March 2021, and have picked 5 important things that I think you should know when you visit Vegas. Shows are slowly starting to open back up, and popular sporting events are making Las Vegas a little more back to normal. Limited capacity is still required, and hotels, restaurants,…

Universal Studios Orlando During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Michelle went to Universal Studios Orlando this past month during all the COVID-19 Pandemic protocols. She returned with some great information for everyone curious about visiting Orlando theme parks at this time. Join me as we hear what she has to say: Learn more about Universal Studios in my post linked here. Happy Travels,

Ziplining in Puerto Rico at Toro Verde

Tucked away in the mountains of Orocovis, Puerto Rico sits the longest zipline in the Americas and the 2nd longest zipline in the world. This activity is one for the books, and it is also about the closest you’ll ever get to actually flying. The Monster line is not like other ziplining experiences, as you…

Best Winery in Maine: Pairings, Tastings, and Tours

Just above Camden, in Lincolnville, Maine, thrives a winery with the most beautiful vineyard and venue that offers the best tasting, pairing, and tour experiences. Every Sunday during the summer months, Cellardoor Winery offers a free wine tasting and cuisine pairing experience that is simply delightful. Through collaboration with Fiore, a local artisan olive oil…

Utuado, Puerto Rico: Canon Blanco

Located in Utuado, Puerto Rico is a breathtaking, extremely random landscape. At the bottom of the winding mountains, there’s a mass of white stone with a river running through it called Canon Blanco (White Canyon.) Although the drive is about 1 hour and 40 minutes from San Juan, this is a sight that is really…

Best Hotels in San Juan, Puerto Rico

*This post is pre-covid. To plan your Puerto Rico vacation with me, keeping up with new regulations and up-to-date information, visit my travel planning page. If you book your accommodations through me, I do not charge an itinerary fee or planning fee. This year, my husband and I moved from Georgia to Puerto Rico, and…

Hike Hawaii: Oahu Trails with Incredible Views

This past week, March 7-14th, I spent my spring break from college in Oahu, Hawaii, and I miss it already! I’ve learned a few things about the island that I hope you can take with you on your Hawaiian adventure. The water was actually cooler than I expected so we opted to hike SEVERAL trails…

D.C. in a Day: Walking Guide & Lessons Learned

This past Spring Break, I took advantage of my precious time off from class and hit the road. My family, boyfriend, and I drove to the Historic Triangle in Virginia, consisting of Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown. The most fascinating stories of the first British colonies and the Revolutionary War were told to us by historians…

Middle Georgia: The Perfect Place for Christmas Lights

Main Street Light Extravaganza While celebrating one of my friend’s return from Study Abroad yesterday, I had the best experience in downtown Macon, GA at the Main Street Light Extravaganza! Macon Georgia’s Poplar Street has become the talk of the town for an event that just began this Christmas and hopefully becomes an annual tradition.…

Macon Georgia City Oh So Sweet Mural

A Brilliant Date in Soulful Macon, Georgia [photos] 

Everyone knows that a large number of locals live in their hometown for several years, never visiting their community attractions. This summer, I picked a few locations in Macon, Georgia and explored with my boyfriend. To my surprise, we had an amazing day, finding some hidden gems just thirty minutes from home. 1. Museum of…


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