Do you live in Southwest Florida and looking for things to do with visiting friends or family? Here’s an itinerary for my friend Janet’s Feb. 2020 visit which includes activities in Sarasota, Punta Gorda, Englewood and North Fort Myers.
Are you comfortable traveling? If so, here’s a budget travel tip, Red Roof is offering discounted rates through the end of 2020. Read on for details…
Exercising social distancing but the travel bug is gnawing away? Here are eight few ways to enjoy travel without leaving your home.
Norfolk has a Cannonball Trail? They sure do! During a Thanksgiving trip to visit friends in Virginia, I found myself rolling along Norfolk’s Cannonball Trail History Tour.
The Mississippi Writers Trail is a statewide initiative celebrating Mississippi’s place in the literary world. One of the stops is the home of William Faulkner in Oxford.
People love Memphis for its barbecue, music, and significance in the civil rights movement. Now, “Bluff City Law” is introducing a new audience and new set of travelers. Following are tips to save during your trip to Memphis.
Participating museums and cultural institutions will offer free admission on Museum Day to those who download a ticket.
Heading to the Sunshine State this summer? Here are tips for saving money on your 2019 Florida summer vacation.
The evening was about collecting aluminum cans and plastic and glass bottles with the goal of redeeming them for cash. New York is one of a handful of states that charges a deposit (a nickel) on most cans and bottles
U.S. Military Heroes Receive Free Admission to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Veterans Day Weekend 2017
Hard to believe, but a year ago, after my trip to Gulf Shores, Alabama, for the World Food Championships, I was at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex celebrating the opening of the Heroes & Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame ®. I’ve certainly had quite the year and time certainly flies!
Sept. 24, 2016, enjoy free museum admission nationwide during Smithsonian magazine’s Museum Day Live!
You’ve been itching for those dream vacations and now is the time to book THEM. Yeah, that’s right, I’m encouraging you to plan for multiple getaways and the CyberSummer event is a terrific place to begin your planning.
Let’s face it, November through March can be pretty dreary in most parts of the U.S. and since I’m a problem-solving gal, I’m suggesting an easy solution to chase winter blahs away with an affordable Caribbean vacation . Sun, sand and some bragging rights without breaking the bank is my kind of vacation.
Free is a beautiful word in this single gal’s vocabulary and Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, is indeed, a gorgeous day for my budget. It’s National Public Lands Day AND Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day Live! which means free admission into national parks and select museums.
Americans will be stepping into some of the country’s beautiful parks, forests and natural habitats to spruce them up on Saturday, Sept., 2015, during National Public Lands Day. If you’re not able to volunteer, the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and USDA Forest Service have declared the day as a fee-free day which means free admission.