Category: United States
San Diego is Lit: Old Town Trolley “City Lights” Tour.
Some people think of San Diego mostly as a “Day-Time” city, and with perfect sunny weather, beautiful urban parks, and many pretty beach neighborhoods it’s easy to see why. San Diego really does look gorgeous in the daylight! I work in downtown and now that it’s finally the darker half of the year (I do…
A Stay at the Ultra Luxurious, Ultra Haunted, Historic Bourbon Orleans Hotel.
Located in the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter, the Bourbon Orleans Hotel is a haven for luxury, history, and even a few restless spirits!
Victorian San Diego’s “Palace of the Arts.”
The grand and stately Villa Montezuma. Built for musician, writer, and Spiritualist, Jesse Shepard in 1887, it was coined the “Palace of the Arts,” a place made for art, music, and literature.
Exploring the Museum of Death in L.A.
I found myself on I ended up at the Museum of Death.
Gaslamp’s Oldest and Most Haunted (???) Structure: The Davis-Horton House.
San Diego’s oldest surviving structure, The Davis-Horton House. Is it haunted? Come in and find out!
Seeing Things and Eating Wings in Buffalo,NY!
Exploring good eats and cultural treats in Buffalo, NY.
Niagara Falls Was Not What I Thought It Would Be.
Seeing the many photos, travel channel specials, and blogs featuring Niagara Falls made me believe that I’d “seen it” but I was wrong.
The Franklin BBQ Experience in Austin.
So, was waiting in line under the hot, humid Texas sun for six and a half hours for some brisket really worth it?
A Mini Road Trip from the Twin Cities to Mankato, MN.
Instead of just driving myself 100 miles straight to Mankato, I took the opportunity to have a solo adventure in the Twin Cities .
A Bridesmaids Trip to Oahu
Filled with history, natural beauty, and rich culture, Here is my list of the top things you should do while in Oahu: