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2 Hours in SFO

So, your travels have brought you to SFO! Although we always hope that our travels will be quick and painless, sometimes we find ourselves stuck in the airport a little longer than planned. Luckily for you, there is plenty to do, see, and eat in San Francisco’s airport. So, we did some research and tapped  Continue Reading »

Things to do in Phoenix With the Family

Our family has been living here in Phoenix for over 10 years, now. It took me a long time to start calling Phoenix “home.” But while starting our family and establishing our roots, I realized Phoenix really is home and holds a very special place in my heart. Phoenix is absolutely beautiful a good seven  Continue Reading »

5 Must-See National Parks in California

The National Parks Service maintains 23 separate units in the state of California, though the following five national parks in California are some of the most spectacular. For road trips to any of these national park, try organizing your trip online to keep your itinerary, maps, and directions all in one place. Yosemite National Park Yosemite’s beauty is unlike  Continue Reading »

Sniffing Out the Best Pet Friendly Airlines

Planning a trip with your pets might seem stressful, especially when it comes to deciding on where to stay and what airline to fly. But with a little research, you can confidently select the right accommodations for you and your furry friend. I’ve already covered the best pet friendly hotels, so here are my tips, tricks, and suggestions  Continue Reading »

Five Travel Food Trends Worth Watching

Traveling as much as I do, it’s fun to see how small changes to menus in certain restaurants gradually avalanche into big food trends that sweep across the globe.  This year, we’ve seen pie replace cupcakes as the new “it” dessert, Sriracha and bacon sprinkled on everything, and kale emerge as the most popular green.  Continue Reading »

Give Back While Traveling – Here’s How

It’s the time of year when many of us reconnect with friends and family and look for ways to help out our fellow man. The travel community is no different, and there are lots of ways that charity, volunteering, and philanthropy are involved in where we travel and how we get there. That was the  Continue Reading »

Top Destinations for Millennial Travelers

According to the World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation, millennial travelers now make up 20% of international travelers around the world. Breaking the mold of a traditional tourist, millennials are traveling younger, longer, and with more expectations than ever before.   Whether they’re students on their first trip abroad, backpackers on an around-the-world  Continue Reading »

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