San Antonio Riverwalk in Texas - love this quick and easy guide to the San Antonio Riverwalk - great pics too!
San Antonio Riverwalk: Well worth a visit, even if you’re not a tourist!
Since moving to Austin, Texas Peter and I have been making time on the weekends to explore our new city and state. Recently we had the opportunity to head south to San Antonio to explore the San Antonio Riverwalk. We absolutely loved it and wanted ... VIEW THE POST
Best Napa Wineries for Food and Wine
The Best Napa Wineries for Food and Wine Tasting Experiences
To our delight, we found that several of the best Napa wineries have food and wine pairings, with culinary delights ranging from full meals to simple cheese pairings. And we weren’t disappointed! VIEW THE POST
Want to Make Your Own Wine in Napa? Here's How You Can!
Want to Make Your Own Wine in Napa? Here’s How You Can!
Have you ever wanted to make your own wine? I certainly have, and I was finally able to make that dream a reality while Peter and I were in California’s Napa Valley. It was such a wonderful experience I wanted to share it with you. VIEW THE POST
The Best Snorkeling in Mexico is in The Riviera Maya
Snorkeling is a wonderful way to see the diversity that nature has brought to the Riviera Maya in Mexico, and many of the locations on this Caribbean side of the country are considered the best snorkeling in Mexico. VIEW THE POST
The Best Things to Do in Santa Monica & Venice Beach in a Weekend
The Best Things to Do in Santa Monica & Venice Beach in a Weekend
Recently Peter and I took a trip south to the Los Angeles area, spending time in both Santa Monica and Venice Beach, two quintessential SoCal coastal towns. We had three days to explore, by car, on foot, and by bicycle and were able to cram ... VIEW THE POST
- Tulum Ruins will definitely be on my list when I travel to the Riviera Maya! These photos are gorgeous.
Tulum Ruins – Where You Can Enjoy a White Sand Beach, Breathtaking Views & Mayan History
On our recent trip to Mexico, Peter and I were able to witness the spectacular Tulum Ruins located at the western end of the Caribbean coast. From Cancun it’s 80 miles/130 km, and it’s an easy drive from Playa del Carmen (40 miles/65 km). We ... VIEW THE POST