We’ve been a little quiet on the blog lately and here’s why: We’re preparing for a cross-country move and we’ve been busier than ever! Yep, that’s right. We’re saying goodbye to sunshiney Florida and will soon be making the drive to apparently also sunshiney Denver, Colorado! (The city boasts at…Continue reading We’re Moving to Denver!
A few weeks ago, I visited my friend, Kelly, in Atlanta where she had recently moved into her new condo in Grant Park along the Atlanta BeltLine. What a spot! We spent our Saturday morning walking the path and checking out the street art, exploring the adjacent parks, and stopping…Continue reading Exploring the Atlanta BeltLine
It’s impossible to visit Barcelona without experiencing the architectural masterpieces of Antoni Gaudí; literally you’ll be walking by his work as you explore the city streets. One of the famous designs is Park Guell, a whimsical city park thats designated as a World Heritage Site. But you’ll need to decide…Continue reading Park Guell: A Gaudí Masterpiece in Barcelona
Jamestown Settlement vs. Historic Jamestowne This can be a little confusing so we wanted to clear it up before we describe what to see and do at the Jamestown Settlement. Even on the website for the Jamestown Settlement, you don’t find a whole lot of explanation about whether the “museum”…Continue reading Visiting the Jamestown Settlement
If you’re hoping to see Ireland without crowds, you’ll probably want to avoid some of the most popular spots: think Cliffs of Moher, Giant’s Causeway, Blarney Castle, Guinness Storehouse. We, of course, wouldn’t recommend skipping those amazing destinations, but we understand wanting to get off-the-beaten-path a bit and away from…Continue reading 7 Spots in Ireland Without Crowds