In the beginning stages of planning my recent Europe trip, deciding where we would physically be on which dates was somewhat stressful. Once everything clicked into place, however, it was easy to fill in the blanks, beginning with Prague. We flew into Czechia and kicked our trip off in style at the NYX Hotel Prague. Two factors went into my choice of this hotel. First, … Continue reading Hotel Review: NYX Hotel in Prague
Until my mom picked Prague as the destination for our family trip, I hadn’t really pondered visiting the historic and picturesque city. I’d learned more about other European cities on TV and movies, and other than being a beautiful Bohemian city that drew countless artists to it, I didn’t know much about it. Since it was my first time visiting, I do not have “insider” … Continue reading Your First Time Visiting Prague
What. A. Trip! I don’t know where to start in regards to my recent trip to Europe, so I guess I’ll just go chronologically. Those of you who say you want more personal posts, this one is for you (all 1200 words of it)! As I mentioned before, my mom wanted to celebrate her birthday in Prague with the whole family. We had done a … Continue reading Eurotrip 2018: I’m Back!
“Europe,” huh? Well, we started out in Prague, are currently in Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic) for the first half of the day and then arriving in Bamberg, Germany for the second half of the day. After that one more German city stop, then visiting some friends in France and finally flying out of Milan, Italy. Of course I’ll be writing in more detail upon my … Continue reading Hello from Europe!
Fall is here, and as the crisp air blows in, so do football games and homecoming gatherings. Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS, brings thousands of visitors back for these events each year. Football fever draws impressive gatherings for each game, and just as importantly, for each pre-game tailgate party. Getting there: If you’re on a classic cross-USA road trip, you will find the “little apple” … Continue reading Manhattan, KS City Guide
Has it been a month already? Time flies when you have writer’s block. Well, I already shared about what fun we had on our recent trip and other possible places to stay in Albuquerque, and now I can show you photos of our Albuquerque Airbnb experience. Location This adorable cottage with sleeping loft was located in Nob Hill, a cool part of Albuquerque east of downtown, … Continue reading Our Albuquerque Airbnb Experience
Albuquerque! When I told people I was coming to ABQ, many of them scratched their heads. Isn’t that city just for passing through? Well, it is a mainstay on historic Route 66, but there is plenty to discover, and I had no problem filling two days in Albuquerque. Albuquerque in the Summer You guys, what was I thinking? Albuquerque at the end of June was … Continue reading My Two Days in Albuquerque
California is known for its diverse terrain, including arid deserts, lush forests, and fine beaches. Here are some of California’s best beach towns, from north to south. You’ll find a couple of the characteristics that set each town apart as well as hotel recommendations for when you plan your trip. The rest of this post contains some affiliate links. If you book using my link, … Continue reading California’s Best Beach Towns (& Where to Stay!)
This post on visiting Danville, Illinois is by a member of the Voyageer Contributor Team, Brennon, from Just Brennon Blog. Find out how to have your post featured here! There are so many underrated, small towns in America booming with interesting history and beautiful attractions. Take for example, Danville, Illinois. Danville is the home of famous celebrities such as Gene Hackman, Jerry and Dick Van Dyke, and … Continue reading 3 Touristy Things to Do in Danville, Illinois
Have you ever wanted to ride the world’s shortest commercial railway? Or perhaps the remarkable towers caught your eye in their many vintage movie and TV appearances? The historic Angels Flight railway in downtown Los Angeles is a fun way to take a short trip within Downtown and experience the peak of 1901’s public transportation. Oh, and it’s affordable! Angels Flight opened at the turn … Continue reading Angels Flight in Downtown L.A.