While the hospitality industry is skyrocketing, and so are hotel room fares, every traveler is faced with a question of luxury versus function. Do I stay in a hotel near the city with a pressurized shower head and tiny bottles of shampoo and conditioner, where staff replace my used towels during my stay for the…Read More
Las Vegas – the city of sin, where people can go to completely forget their troubles and do things they normally wouldn’t. And what happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas now with social media at its peak. Well for locals, Las Vegas isn’t about drinking and gambling – and we definitely don’t live in hotels. What many people know about this city in southern Nevada is what they’ve seen in movies and television shows, but clearly there is more than meets the eye with this crazy city.Read More
If you’re waiting for some kind of sign or push to take the plunge and solo travel, let this blog post be it. Traveling by yourself in this big scary world can be overwhelming for sure. It’s certainly not like going to the movies alone or enjoying lunch at a restaurant by yourself. When I…Read More
Let’s be real. Selfie sticks are kinda embarrassing and they’re one more thing you have to carry with you wherever you go if you bring one with you along your trip. Since I wasn’t going to succumb to the “selfie stick trend” (or risk smacking someone right in the back of their head), I had…Read More
A trip to Paris is not complete without visiting (my humble abode) the famous Château de Versailles, home of (me) many French Royals and, and Marie Antoinette herself.Read More
Being a massive Harry Potter fan, I couldn’t bear the thought of visiting London without going to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour which is home to all of the original props, costumes, sets, and more from the films so many people fell in love with.Read More
Any trip to London isn’t complete without indulging in traditional English afternoon tea.
According to Afternoon Tea Co., afternoon tea is a tea-related ritual introduced in the early 1840’s in Great Britain. It was basically invented to hold off hunger before dinner which was usually served at 8:00 P.M.Read More