When we visit Charleston all we tend to do is eat and then walk to the next place we plan on eating, so I've compiled our Vegan Friendly eating & walking tour of Charleston, SC below - enjoy!Read More
This past weekend I got to go home to Wheeling, WV and make a short trip to Pittsburgh, PA with my Mom. We went up for about 6 hours on Sunday morning into Sunday evening and had a great time - but there were a few misses as well.
Unfortunately, misses happen every once in a while while traveling and although they can be kind of a bummer, hopefully they don't affect your trip TOO much.
Below is everywhere we went including the highs & the lows...Read More
We aren't prioritizing travel this year like we did last year [Asheville twice, Wheeling three times, Pittsburgh, Charleston SC, Wilmington, Boston, Latvia, Estonia & Finland!] but we ARE making a few trips for babies and weddings mostly, so I thought I'd share some Budget Friendly travel guides for the trips that we DO make this year - with the first one for Asheville.Read More
My husband and I spent the day in Pittsburgh, leading up to the Tom Petty concert last June. We spent a lot of time exploring museums and exhibitions - taking in as many cultural things as we could and ate many tasty things along the way. Take a look at our AWESOME 14 hour trip in Pittsburgh!Read More
My second Every Street CLT was less of a street, and more of a block. In loom of Common Market Southend getting demolished, I wanted to walk around it and photograph it before that happened, and since I can't write about Common Market without also sharing our 'Coming to Charlotte' story, here goes...Read More
Imaginary Travel //
A new segment on the blog covering my obsessive travel planning and future vacations.
First up, the Kansai region of Japan focusing on Kobe & Osaka.
Bon Voyage! [Sort of...]Read More
WOO! I can't believe it - my first blog post on a personal project that's been brewing in my heart and mind for a few years. I officially started it a year ago and today's post is on my very first Street. But before I get ahead of myself, here's a bit about what the project is, how it got started and what I hope to gain from it.Read More