Not sure what to do with all those travel documents like postcards, brochures, business cards, and maps you’ve picked up during your vacation? Here are 5 ways to preserve your travel memories.
Take your mind off COVID-19 news and download this free printable, travel-themed word search.
Rick Steves is America’s most respected authority on European travel. He recently answered questions about 21st century travel.
Exercising social distancing but the travel bug is gnawing away? Here are eight few ways to enjoy travel without leaving your home.
Here are 10 of America’s tastiest food trails, ideal for mapping out an adventurous culinary journey. Keep the gas tank full, your tummy empty, and be prepared to nosh on a variety of eats across the country. They range from Buffalo wings to tacos and donuts to Hoosier Pie.
Looking for things to do in North Port, Florida? Axe throwing is the fastest growing sport and The Axe Haus is an axe-cellent time.
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.
I witnessed the return home of an Honor Flight for the first time. This beautiful moment happened at RSW in Fort Myers, Fla.
Today’s youth are tomorrow’s leaders. These three books will inspire young readers to protect Florida’s water quality.
Those who love Florida and venturing off-the-beaten path will be thrilled with the new travel guidebook by award-winning author Lucy Tobias. Titled Circle the Center: Labyrinths in Florida, Lucy traveled throughout Florida and either walked or contacted more than 130 labyrinths and selected 95 for the book. She walked most solo but sometimes her adorable corgi Obi joined her.
Florida boasts a rich history and a free smartphone application published by the Florida Humanities Council shares some of the Sunshine State’s most intriguing stories. Called Florida Stories, users can download the free app to explore more than a dozen downtowns through self-guided audio walking tours.
Recently, I stayed at a Red Roof PLUS+ hotel and cannot believe the experience I had with my dog. Yes, I admit I am a bit jaded when it comes to hotels. When I was younger, I stayed in ratty roadside motels that were a little suspect. As I grew in my career and travel blogging, I have since stayed in a range of accommodations that can be described as simple to stately and plain to posh.
Summer’s here which means most of the United States can finally get outside to spend quality time with family and Mother Nature. I say most because here in Florida, we’re fortunate to be able to play outdoors year-round. Ready to rev up your RV, pop up your tent or set sail on your catamaran? From DEET-free bug repellent to toilet paper, following are my 6 practical camping essentials list.