I recently visited New Mexico and had a great time! If you are looking for recommendations on what to do in New Mexico, what to do in Albuquerque, or what to do in Santa Fe, you came to the right place! New Mexico is often overlooked by many, but it should be on everyone’s list. … Continue reading What to do in New Mexico
Gruyeres is a quaint mountain town in southwestern Switzerland. When we got there, I felt like I stepped into the book Heidi! The town is famous for its chocolate and cheese (yum!) and the perfect size for a day trip. If you are staying in Montreux, it’s really easy to get to here from there. Eat at Le … Continue reading Gruyeres, Switzerland
Montreux is a resort town in the Swiss Riviera. It is known for its annual Jazz Festival, water-front promenade, and Belle Epoque buildings. While it is a popular city, I think you only need two nights and one full day here. It is a perfect jumping off point for day trips to Aigle or Gruyeres. … Continue reading What to Do in Montreux, Switzerland
Last weekend, I went on a wine tour through New Hampshire from Boston. It was so much fun! I wanted to share the itinerary with you so that you all can take the same tour. If you are starting in Boston, first head to Zorvino Vineyards. Address: 226 Main St, Sandown, NH 03873. This was about … Continue reading New Hampshire Wineries & Portsmouth
Do you like to golf? Are you thinking of planning a vacation to go golfing? If said yes to those questions, you must go to Bermuda. Bermuda has more golf courses than any other island in the world with 7 courses covering 22 acres! While I was there, I went golfing at Turtle Hill Golf Club at … Continue reading Golf Courses in Bermuda
With Valentine’s Day approaching, everyone is making a list of romantic getaways and escapes for the weekend. I wanted to see what you think is more romantic: a city, a quaint town or a beach. Take this poll: Obviously, I would pick a beach! However, a cute and cozy town could also be fun too! … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Romantic Getaways
This list is for when you to to Alaska in the summer. Winter is a whole different story. Contrary to what many believe, Alaska can actually get warm in the summer. When I went a few years ago, the weather was supposed to be in the high 70s/low 80s, but a cold front went through … Continue reading What to Pack for Alaska
What type of traveler are you? Virgin Money Travel Insurance has made the below infographic to help you find out! I am a beach bum! Write which one you are in the comments! Continue reading What Type of Traveler Are You?
When you get to your destination you can finally let go of everything that is stressing you out back home. Take the time to slow down on vacation. We are so used to rushing and running around, so when you are on vacation don’t rush anything. Take the time to truly soak in where you … Continue reading Slow Down and Appreciate!
Heading to Hawaii soon? Since it is a laid-back place, don’t overthink your wardrobe. You will see most locals in shorts and short sleeve shirts or tank tops. I recommend packing floral patterns that are breathable for the heat, such as light cotton. Here is a packing list you can use: Bathing suits that are … Continue reading What to Pack- Hawaii