Travel Advice

Full Disclosure: During my stay in New Orleans, I was a guest of the Loews Hotel which was arranged by the very sensational New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau.   However, my review is and will always be my honest impression of my time there.   Here's a transformation for you.  Take one Lykes Brothers Steamship building, a cargo shipping company that...

[box type="blank" class="bg-blue rounded-10"] This is the first in a series of infrequent articles that will spotlight Hidden Treasures within a city that are usually overlooked by the locals. We will be searching for some of the best little known secrets from every city imaginable. Lean closer and tell me what's special about yours...

Today, we continue our series where we sit down to interview fellow Travel Bloggers and (hopefully) get them to give up some of their best travel tips for you, dear reader. Next up, we get to bend the ears of Michael Schuermann, who runs The Easy Hiker website. [caption id="attachment_4685" align="alignleft" width="392"] Mike taking a hike in Sedona[/caption] 1)      What is...

Sunset Boulevard, A Place in the Sun, The Greatest Show on Earth, Rear Window, The Ten Commandments, Breakfast at Tiffany’s…..the list goes on and on.  All were filmed at this historic studio that was founded in 1912 by Adolph Zukor.  From its humble beginnings before the depression until today, Paramount Pictures has been a force to be reckoned with when...

Guest Post Today's post is from a new travel writer, Patricia King (no relation), who recently had the pleasure of visiting the Georgia coastal island, St. Simons with her best friend, Joann. Pat adores traveling in style but refuses to pay top dollar. Here she gives her review of her visit to one of the island resorts, King and Prince Beach...

Last month, I took a trip back to my daughter's childhood. We were on our way to Helen, GA but had to pass through Cleveland to get there, which automatically meant that we would be stopping there as well. What's so special about Cleveland? It's the Home of the Original Appalachian Artworks or the Cabbage Patch Kids. Remember those? We may...