Travel to New York: Maid of the Mist, Buffalo’s Silos and Shark Girl
May10

Travel to New York: Maid of the Mist, Buffalo’s Silos and Shark Girl

There’s a saying of, “If we could see the world through the eyes of a child, we would see the magic in everything.” The same can be said about a former resident seeing their hometown through tourist sunglasses.

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Travel to New York City: Taking a Juicy Bite of the Star-Studded Big Apple with the TMZ Tour NYC
Feb05

Travel to New York City: Taking a Juicy Bite of the Star-Studded Big Apple with the TMZ Tour NYC

Traveling to New York? Hop aboard the red TMZ Tour NYC bus to take a juicy bite of the star-studded Big Apple.

Soaking up the glitz of pop-culture is one of my guilty vices and TMZ is my go-to source for a juicy fix. Watching the show, I often thought it would be fun to follow a TMZ crew as they scoped out Hollywood’s streets in search of today’s relevant celebrities.

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New York Travel: National Comedy Center is Jamestown’s Crown Jewel
Dec15

New York Travel: National Comedy Center is Jamestown’s Crown Jewel

Lucille Ball had a vision for her hometown of Jamestown, N.Y., to make it a destination to celebrate comedy. Today, The National Comedy Center in Jamestown celebrates everything funny.

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New York Travel: Buffalo Wing Trail
Nov06

New York Travel: Buffalo Wing Trail

My hometown of Buffalo, N.Y., is home to “America’s Tastiest Drive,” the Buffalo Wing Trail. In the name of research and because I know my readers are curious, I tackled the trail but failed. One day was not enough to visit and nosh in a dozen wing pubs.

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Solo Travelers Welcome at Historic Castle in New York, Mohonk Mountain House
Sep03

Solo Travelers Welcome at Historic Castle in New York, Mohonk Mountain House

Mohonk Mountain House in New York’s Hudson Valley is offering the “Solo Traveler” special rate through October 31, 2013. Here’s your chance to stay in a historic castle without jetting off to Europe.

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New York Travel: Buying Monks’ Bread at the Abbey of the Genesee
Aug29

New York Travel: Buying Monks’ Bread at the Abbey of the Genesee

Last summer I had one of those “aha moments” when my parents and I stopped at Abbey of the Genesee in Piffard, N.Y. to buy Monk’s Bread.

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Exploring Las Vegas, New York City and More with Gay Travel Buddy
Oct01
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History Lesson in a Speakeasy: Context Travel Offers Birth of the Cocktail Tour in New York City
Apr16
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New York City Travel: Be on CBS’s The Early Show
Oct05
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Social Distancing: 8 Ways to Enjoy Travel Without Leaving Your Home
Mar22

Social Distancing: 8 Ways to Enjoy Travel Without Leaving Your Home

Exercising social distancing but the travel bug is gnawing away? Here are eight few ways to enjoy travel without leaving your home.

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Florida Travel: Sunday Afternoon Messages at the Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp
Feb10

Florida Travel: Sunday Afternoon Messages at the Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp

I traveled to the Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp in Florida to attend the Sunday Afternoon Message Service and left shocked with what the medium said.

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Solo Travel in Ohio: Discovering Delaware County
Dec18

Solo Travel in Ohio: Discovering Delaware County

Cradled in Central Ohio is Delaware County, the perfect spot for a solo travel getaway. Walk through the woods, flowers, or downtown, or attend a cooking class to decompress and reconnect with what matters.

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Press Release: Solo Travel Girl Wins Awards from Outdoor Writers Group
Oct10

Press Release: Solo Travel Girl Wins Awards from Outdoor Writers Group

Solo Travel Girl awarded Excellence-In-Craft Awards during the 2019 Florida Outdoor Writers Annual Conference in Daytona Beach.

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Florida Travel: #WingsoftheWest Mural Trail in West Volusia County
Jul22
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Florida Travel: Quick Visit to Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park with My Dog
May02

Florida Travel: Quick Visit to Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park with My Dog

It has been years since I last visited the Maclay Gardens. Earlier this spring, I found my way back to Tallahassee to meet with lawmakers and worked in a quick visit to the park, bringing my dog.

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