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Four of the Best Things I Did in New York this Summer


This summer I embarked on my childhood dream adventure. A trip of a lifetime around the United States of America. I did have to endure working in a summer camp for three months prior to my 4 week period of immense traveling… let’s just say those sleepless nights and 5am starts were absolutely worth it, […]


Save Our Cemeteries Lafayette Cemetery No. 1


After the awful time I had on the Haunted History Tour, I hadn’t much hope for the Save Our Cemeteries tour of Lafayette Cemetery No. 1. However, to my surprise I had a fantastic time! Our guide Jamie was a well-informed and thoughtful guide. Before even starting the tour she offered all the guests parasols […]


Haunted History Tour New Orleans


Last week I attended the Haunted History Tours in New Orleans. I had reached out about a month ahead to the company to offer a review of the tour. I was excited about this tour having read “CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE! Voted # 1 New Orleans attraction by Travel Channel!” I thought, it must be […]


Hearst Castle, the California Castle


Being that I’ll be visiting Europe in just over a month I wanted to take a moment to focus on a state side travel destination. Hearst Castle isn’t most people’s first thought when thinking of California travel. No, it’s not Disneyland or Napa Valley, but Hearst Castle has a unique charm that everyone needs to […]


6 Things to Do in New York in the Fall

NYC, and New York in general, is absolutely gorgeous in the fall! The leaves change, there’s a chill in the air, and there’s the oncoming magic of the Christmas season. If you haven’t been, you need to get going! Once it hits November you might as well call it winter cause that’s what it’s going […]


World’s Prettiest Parking Lot, the Michigan Theater

Michigan Theater

Few places really awe-struck me, the Michigan Theater is one such place. I had recently seen it in the film Only Lovers Left Alive and was really wowed that such a structure actually exists. Not that I know a whole lot about Detroit, Michigan, I actually had never been before this trip. However, I made the […]


Solo Female Road Tripper


My life has become oddly wonderful lately. In the past few weeks I’ve been to a lecture at the Getty on Queen Victoria, worked a Jazz Festival, and driven across country from Los Angeles, California to Portland, Maine. If that’s not a crazy few weeks I don’t know what is. My tale of a solo […]


Travel Tips to Hooray for Hollywood


Finding worth while places to go on vacation is always difficult. It is especially difficult when you have never been to the state or country before. I have been working/living in Los Angeles for almost 6 years now. The first time I came here I did all the cliche touristy stuff. Now, with 6 years […]