I highly recommend a visit to Chattanooga. It’s a beautiful little gem in the South. It’s full of spectacular nature, awesome food, and tons of history. Not only will you have a great time, but you’ll learn something as well.
Nobody who has been to the Vatican can say that it isn’t impressive. The place is seriously massive and everything in it is elaborate and ornate. If you’re into classical art, you just hit the mother lode. The Vatican Museums are full of masterpieces of painting, sculpture, and other art forms that the popes have been collecting through the centuries.
Today’s post touches on the subject of Admiration, so I wanted to highlight some travelers who I admire. These are people who inspire me in various ways to get out there and make the most of my life and to explore this beautiful world of ours. Sure, we’ve all been inspired by Jack Kerouac and Paulo Coelho, but I’m not trying to go with high literature here. Some of these travelers are famous people you may have heard of, and some you may not have heard of. Either way, these people have contributed to my insatiable wanderlust throughout the years.
That’s right. I went there. I decided to write an entire blog post dedicated entirely to the awesome goodness that is an In-N-Out Burger. My fellow Californians will agree with me: there is really nothing quite like that sweet, burgerey goodness that satisfies a deep, primal craving.
Today I’m dreaming about the stunning Greek Island of Santorini.
Raison D’être is a French term meaning “the reason or justification for existence.” My raison d’être is to travel.
As the Olympics in Rio are currently going on, it’s only fitting we have a post about Rio. Today’s post is brought to you by guest blogger Janice Cook from tourbytransit.com. She has written about some awesome adventurous activities to enjoy while visiting Rio. Enjoy the post, and check out her site at http://www.tourbytransit.com.
Do yourself a favor: If you ever plan on driving from California to central or East Texas, don’t. Buy a plane ticket instead.
You’re not going to want to take a trip to Sydney, Australia without visiting their world famous opera house. It’s an absolutely stunning iconic building that everybody should see at least once in their lifetime.
If you’re like me and you like to stay fit, you’ll know the importance of a good, healthy routine of wholesome food and regular exercise. When you travel, however, all of that can go right out the window. Between interrupted sleep schedules, long hours spent sitting in airports and crammed on planes or in cars, and the general disruption of your diet and exercise routine, it can be tough to keep up your fitness while traveling. All is not lost, however. There are some things you can do to mitigate the damage and maybe just have a little fun while you’re at it.