Europe, Germany

10 Interesting Things to do in Stuttgart, Germany

The city of Stuttgart is not only the capital of the German state of Baden-Württemburg, but it’s also home to the University of Stuttgart and both Mercedes and Porsche have production plants here. It may not be the most beautiful city in Germany - the Schlossplatz isn’t lined with half timbered houses - but it… Continue reading 10 Interesting Things to do in Stuttgart, Germany

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California, USA

California Central Coast Road Trip

California is a big state. Sure, we boast about being able to surf and ski in the same day, but have you ever tried driving that distance? Especially if you have to drive through LA traffic sometimes all you want is the fastest route from A to B. I get it. But having driven through… Continue reading California Central Coast Road Trip

Florida, USA

Why You Should Put Universal’s Volcano Bay on Your Bucket List

If you know anything about me, you know that I am a theme park person. I’ve actually worked at two theme parks, and have been to many others all over the world. What do I love about them? Well, more than anything I love what those in the trade call, the show. That’s the ‘theme’… Continue reading Why You Should Put Universal’s Volcano Bay on Your Bucket List

Arizona, USA

5 Fun and Free Things to do in Tempe, Arizona

The city of Tempe, Arizona might not be the first place you think of when it comes to desert vacations, but squeezed between Phoenix to the west and Mesa to the east, Tempe (pronounced: TEMP-ee) actually has a lot to offer. First of all, it’s the home of Arizona State University, Sun Devils not Bulldogs.… Continue reading 5 Fun and Free Things to do in Tempe, Arizona

California, USA

The 4 Best Wineries in Paso Robles

Wine tasting. That eternal girls weekend event. I remember being in my early twenties and thinking, ugh, wine. That’s what pretentious people drink. The only wine I drank was on the bottom shelf at the grocery store. And usually had some kind of fruit involved, or ended in ‘-to’. Give me an unknown concoction of… Continue reading The 4 Best Wineries in Paso Robles

Asia, South Korea

Seoul, South Korea: Ancient History Meets Modern City

The capital city of Seoul in the Republic of Korea is a bustling metropolis home to over ten million people. That's more than three times the size of Los Angeles! While most of the city has been built up and modernized, there are still pieces of it's ancient past among the soaring high rises. Korea… Continue reading Seoul, South Korea: Ancient History Meets Modern City

Europe, Germany

The Craziest Thing I’ve Ever Done For Travel

Alright folks, sit back and relax because I’ve got a story to tell you. I’ve only ever told a few people this story, but I think enough time has passed now that I can safely tell it to you all. It is the story of my one and only Tinder date while living in Germany.… Continue reading The Craziest Thing I’ve Ever Done For Travel

Hawaii, USA

Nāpali Coast Tour: A Kauai Must See

The island of Kauai in Hawaii is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. Its lush, green rain forest carpeting most of the island is what gives it the nickname The Garden Isle. From the pristine beaches with white sand and turquoise water, to the charming villages, flowing waterfalls, even its quirky, resident… Continue reading Nāpali Coast Tour: A Kauai Must See

Jalisco, Mexico

A Day on the Lake: Ajijic and Chapala

The capital city of Guadalajara is centrally located within in the Mexican state of Jalisco and is a perfect hub for branching out into the surrounding area. Don’t get me wrong - the city of 1.5 million is definitely worth its own visit; it’s brimming with art, music, shopping, and delicious food - plenty of… Continue reading A Day on the Lake: Ajijic and Chapala

California, USA

A Local’s Guide to Griffith Park

Griffith Park in Los Angeles, California is one of the largest urban parks in the world. It covers over four thousand acres, in the Los Feliz neighborhood with Burbank to the North and Glendale to the East, running along the 5 freeway. It’s even bigger than Central Park in New York. The park is an… Continue reading A Local’s Guide to Griffith Park