Exploring Oregon’s Wine Country
If you think about wine in the US your mind immediately goes to Sonoma, the Russian River…CALIFORNIA. And while some wineries pop up around the country, few have the prestige and influence as those California wines. As an admitted snob, I generally prefer European wines, largely as a reminder of some trip I was on.…
The Best Things About Using a Travel Advisor
… I was wrong about never using an expert. And I am here to say “swallow your ego and get an aid”.
Planning for Big Events
If you do decide to go to the next “big thing” make sure you do your work to make it happen.
Venice Travel Tips
Venice is one of those places one dreams about visiting. It’s a bucket list destination full of legends, art, myths and plenty to explore! If you are heading to Venice, here are a few things to remember before you hit the road…. I mean lagoon. There are no cars allowed on Venice. No cars. This…
Visiting Cinque Terre
Located on the west coast of Italy, a part of the Italian Riviera is the ever increasingly popular National Park of Cinque Terre. Millions visit the area every year from Florence and Rome, making it a top destination for travelers. The appeal of The “five lands” is its sweeping landscapes, rich views, and unique adventures.…
Memories of Chianti
Today, I share a little video on the PERFECT Day in Chianti and where you should head on your next journey to Tuscany.
Day Trips – to go or not to go?
There are times in life where preconceived notions have to be put to the test and nothing has challenged me more than the subject of day trips (in regards to travel anyway). Well before I started venturing into the world on my own I had in my head that the best way to travel was…
Take Time to Enjoy Travel
I see this same scenarios time after time in my job: My client wants to travel overseas and check off some places on their bucket list. They have one week, three kids, and they want to cram as much culture in their little brains as they possibly can. They want to see ALL of Italy…
Planning for the Unknown
… because in our world of instant gratification people don’t always understand that other parts of the world have more layers to their exploration.
A Decade of Travel
It has been ten and a half years since I took my first trip without my parents. In that decade I have learned a lot about the world, people, cultures, identities, food, wine, and maybe most importantly, myself. Perhaps the most powerful thing about being on the road, about depending on only myself, about sleeping…