The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel is quintessentially Charleston. With it’s beautiful pink walls, gas lamps and trickling fountain, it seems to invite you in from the street. It seems to be from another time, and you just want to come and stay for awhile. The interior of the hotel is even prettier, but far more modern- with brighter colors,… Continue Reading
Charleston, South Carolina is low country. Known for it’s colorful Battery Row of historical and colorful houses, shrimp and grits, plantations and southern, preppy style. It’s hard for me to really encapsulate a city that I love as much as Charleston. All in all, I love the south. I love the food, the people, and I’m really happy the confederate… Continue Reading
Cruising, as I’ve discovered, seems to be a culture all of it’s own. Last month, I took a 7 day cruise to Bermuda, my first international trip and my first cruise as an adult (I had taken one well over a decade ago when I was 18). I also took this cruise by myself, and while some people were shocked… Continue Reading
I had a terrific time visiting Milwaukee and seeing the local sights. From Summerfest, to the Harley-Davidson Museum, to the food, it was a great time.
I’ve read on travel blogs, that seeing the world changes you. How could it not? You set foot on soil and see a new place and people as a foreigner, to partake in the everyday reality, the mundane that they take in daily, but we ourselves have never seen. On my cruise to Bermuda, I set sail with Holland America… Continue Reading