De Colores in Old Town Albuquerque

My Two Days in Albuquerque

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

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3 Touristy Things to Do in Danville, Illinois

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

What to Do, See, and Eat in Oklahoma City

This post originally appeared on XOXO, Lib. I’ve included it here with permission. We didn’t give each other gifts this Christmas, promising that we’ll take a road trip soon instead. Well, “soon” turned into a few months later but we finally made good on our promise to one another. When I would tell people that we were using our quick vacation to visit Oklahoma City, most … Continue reading What to Do, See, and Eat in Oklahoma City

5 Best Tips for Experiencing the Superbloom

‘Twas the second weekend of March. Southern California had gotten so much rain in December, January and February that rumors swirled that the famous desert “superbloom” was imminent. Last year I went desert camping with some friends in late April, which was a great time for camping but too late for flowers. This year I was determined to see some. Beat the crowds The rest of San Diego … Continue reading 5 Best Tips for Experiencing the Superbloom

Not Enough Time in Gorgeous Sedona, Arizona

Sedona, Arizona is a beautiful town set in some of the most wonderful scenery I’ve ever visited. Sedona is the town, but also a catchall to refer to the whole region, including Red Rocks State Park (not to be confused with Red Rocks Park near Denver). One of the days during our Prescott getaway included driving over to Sedona to see a few sites and to … Continue reading Not Enough Time in Gorgeous Sedona, Arizona

Prescott, Arizona: Explore the Wild West

Prescott is a smallish city located in Arizona about two hours north of Phoenix. We drove there from San Diego—a really unique experience crossing I don’t know how many different climates in six and a half hours. We climbed from sea level to the Tecate divide, an elevation of 3,890, then were actually below sea level in the desert, then gradually increased to an elevation of 5,367 feet … Continue reading Prescott, Arizona: Explore the Wild West

How to have a MONUMENTAL day at the National Mall

Get it? Because there are so many monuments? I’m here all night, folks. Anyway, the best thing to do in Washington, D.C. is to check out the National Mall. It is filled with iconic monuments and museums. The best part? It’s all free. That’s right! Those who make the journey to our nation’s capital are rewarded with lots of amazing sights celebrating the foundation of our … Continue reading How to have a MONUMENTAL day at the National Mall