Have you ever heard of On Location Vacations?! Because I hadn’t until someone in my Blogging a Better Planet class (with New York Times blogger, Professor Andrew Revkin at Pace University) brought it up. How cool is this?! Wherever you are, or wherever you are traveling, click on that city on their website, and find … More On Location Vacations: Travel and… Film a Movie?
If I didn’t love Aspen enough, reading how much money they gave to non-profits across Western Colorado made me love it even more (if that was possible.) For the 2012 fiscal year (I don’t normally use financial terms, but I read about it in the article and it sounds good,) Aspen Skiing Company gave $2.4 … More Cheer of the Week: Aspen: A Town That Gives Back
To me, everybody seems pretty rude and harsh now a days (yes, I do know that I just sounded like I was 107 years old,) but it’s true! People today have seriously lost their manners and tact. I have a list here that claims that these 21 cities are the rudest in America. Do you … More Jeer of the Week: Rude Cities
Ok, for those of you who don’t know me, you don’t know my love/borderline obsession with the city of Austin, TX. Seriously, I love it, but for some reason it hates me (let me take you back to the first year I visited when I tripped on a branch while on a run with my … More Keep Austin Weird!
Have you ever been on a looooong road trip and felt like you just don’t know what to do with yourself and have run out things to keep you occupied? Your playlist can really help or hurt you when you’re on the road at 3AM, by yourself, or when everyone has fallen asleep on you. … More Cheer AND Jeer of the Week: Road Trip Playlists
Welp, I think I’ve done it, I’ve found my favorite travel blog ever: The Minute Tour.com. I somehow stumbled onto this article (glad I did,) about making major tourist attractions not so touristy. I don’t know about you all, but to be honest, when I go to a city that I’ve never been to before, … More TheMinuteTour.com
Have you been to any of these places? I sure have, and I must admit, I love touristy things especially when you are first exploring a city. Who doesn’t?! Did you know that every day 10,000 people enter Grand Central Station in NYC??!?! I sure do, when I used to work in the city, I saw … More Jeer of the Week: The Same Old Typical U.S. Tourist Spots