Month: July 2012

Florida Fun Travel Resources

Tips for Planning a Day Trip to Kennedy Space Center

“What are the must-see highlights at Kennedy Space Center?” my brother recently asked. We visited KSC as kids and now 30-plus years later he was planning a visit with his family this summer. Although not intentional, their visit coincided with the Kennedy Space Center’s 50th anniversary (happening now!) and access to view space shuttle Atlantis […]

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The Beatles in America: 15 Road Trip Ideas Inspired by The Beatles

Magical Mystery Tour: Top 15 Beatles Landmarks in America Contributed by Nicole Tomassetti Looking for fun road trip ideas? If you’re a fan of the popular rock group The Beatles, consider a themed cross-country road trip—your very own magical mystery tour—to visit famous landmarks associated with John, Paul, George and Ringo. From the beginning of […]

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Go Greyhound to Gotham City Contest Offers Dark Knight Fans Chance to Live Like Bruce Wayne

Ever wonder what it’s like to live like a billionaire? The closest way I’ll ever get to do so is probably through this Go Greyhound to Gotham City contest offered in partnership between Warner Bros.’ The Dark Knight Rises and Greyhound Bus Lines.

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Nature Travel Solo Travel

Don’t Miss Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs

Three monks, two Spanish priests and a solo travel girl step onto a trail in Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs…OK, I’m sure you’re expecting some witty punchline but, this is exactly what happened to me last month. I probably spent no more than 2 hours there yet, in that short period of time […]

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Cottonelle Puppy’s TBEX 2012 Adventure in Photos

It’s been a month, yet the feeling of Colorado’s cool hug and fresh mountain air is still vivid from my trip to attend the TBEX Conference in Keystone. (Travel Blog Exchange) If you followed by Twitter stream during the conference, you know I didn’t travel alone (nor lonely).

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Culinary Travel

Taste Some Giddy Up in the Pulled Pork and Cheddar Bennie at Keystone’s Haywood Cafe

Eggs benedict and tacos are my foodie things and wherever I travel, if they’re on the restaurant menu offering a local twist of flavor, chances are they’ll end up on my plate. Such was the case during last month’s trip to Keystone, Colo., when a local suggested I try Haywood Cafe near Keystone Resort for […]

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Experience North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands with a Kayak Tour

Paddling has become one of my favorite vacation activities and after learning about kayak tours in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands, I’m guessing I’d dig what they have to offer. I haven’t visited the Brunswick Islands (yet) but they are supporting my travel habit in exchange for me sharing a little bit about their outdoor activities.

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Florida Fun

Happy Independence Day 2012!

Happy Independence Day! Hope you’re enjoying the spirit of America today. To celebrate the holiday I headed down to Southwest Florida’s Charlotte Harbor to wish participants of the 21st Annual Charlotte Harbor Freedom Swim across the Peace River well.

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About Me

Attaining the American Dream Was Too Much for My Cat

Disclaimer: You may see a little bit of the single crazy cat lady in this post. Four years ago when I received the call telling me my former husband had unexpectedly passed away, one of the first things I thought was, “Who’s going to take care of Mickey?”

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