This quick getaway took us to Colorado, where we flew in early Saturday morning and made the one-and-a-half-hour drive from Denver to Winter Park. We spent the rest of the day acclimating to the higher altitude and exploring the main street of this charming town. Sunday morning was another early one as we like to hit the trails by 6 am. We enjoyed our hike and headed back from Winter Park to Denver to rest and prepare for the first flight out Monday morning. Read on for details about our weekend trip hiking the Continental Divide Trail.
Gifting travel can be an easy go-to for the travel lovers in your life if you know where to start and the right approach for the giftee. To help you determine what's best, I've met with Brooke Walker, owner of Happy Tracks Travel, to get her inside tips about gifting a vacation.
Road trips are an adventurous way to see many places on your final destination, you travel on your own time, and they can be more budget-friendly than flying. As you can bring anything that will fit in the car, road trip essentials make great gifts for everyone to make getting there more enjoyable.
I've always enjoyed visiting caves and getting to see the different formations and learning about the history each cave had behind them. So, for me, it was only natural when we went to Colorado Springs that visiting the caves made it onto our agenda. In this post, I'm sharing information and tips to consider when visiting the Cave of the Winds.
As Josh and I planned for a long weekend getaway in Key West, Florida, we knew we had to add the Dry Tortugas National Park to our must-do list. In this post, I'm sharing with you my findings and tips from visiting this park.
If there's an opportunity for a trip to Boston, Josh and I are in, and it'd be a safe bet to say we're going to be spending all of our time in Boston's North End, which is also known as Boston's Little Italy. Boston is one of our favorite places to travel to because it's where we get our "foodie" fix. While there are great places to eat in Texas, its offerings and environment are quite different than the classic Italian cuisine available up and down the offerings of Hanover street.
Josh and I are always open to trying new places, that said, with as much time as we've spent in the North End, it's hard not to have our favorites. There are four restaurants we always try to make a stop at when we're in the North End. Two of these places Josh had previously been taken to by family and friends and pure happenstance helped us in finding the remaining two restaurants.