Travel Archive

Rocky Mountain National Park from Estes Park to Grand Lake

The drive from Estes Park to Grand Lake through the Rocky Mountain National Park in late September is truly spectacular. No photos or words could do justice to the beauty and serenity the park offers. We didn’t know this going in, but fall is

Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum – Over 100 Years of Aviation History in Colorado

Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum is a warbird museum about 50 miles outside of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Roasted Pueblo peppers lead us to the city, the air museum kept us there. Our original plan was to spend the night in our RV, load up on

In Loving Memory of Duke

We lost Duke due to some health issues yesterday having been with us since 2008. He was in the LA Animal Shelter for 3 months and on the list to be put down when we rescued him. He had a rough past and was very

Green Bay Packers Bars in Los Angeles

Don’t watch the Packers game at just any sports bar. Get your game day gear on and head over to a Packers bar. It’s probably the next best thing to being at Lambeau Field. No matter where we end up around the country or even around the

$1,000 Reasons to Volunteer on an Overbooked Delta Flight

On a trip from JFK to LAX, the Delta gate agent announced that the flight was over sold and they were looking for 16 volunteers to give up their seat for a later flight and a $1,000 voucher or gift card. As you can imagine,

Paris Food Guide – 8 Scrumptious Foodie Destinations in Paris France

Ever since Joe and I met, we have been talking about a trip to Paris, France. After more years than I care to mention, we made it to the City of Light, Love and Food. Months leading up to our trip, we researched places

Eat Like a Local in Barcelona with Sofia Boixet of La Pepita

When I sat down at the bar of La Pepita for a late lunch, I had no idea I was sitting next to the owner. While enjoying the delicious food and cocktails at her restaurant I got to pick her brain on other places to

The Best Boots for Traveling

One of the most important items to pack for any trip is a pair of comfortable walking shoes. Having done quite a bit of traveling this fall and winter, the one thing we always packed were our Frye boots. Granted tennis shoes may have

6 Essential Items to Pack for Costa Rica

Costa Rica is an amazing place to visit, however given the remote locations of some destinations, climate and culture, packing these 6 items could make your vacation much more enjoyable. What to Pack for Costa Rica 1. Headlamps If you spend any time away

Two Must Have Free Apps When Traveling to Paris

One of the hardest things when visiting a city is finding your way around. At home we can simply use Google maps on our phone to locate our position, map out a course and even get public transportation options. On our last trip to Paris,