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Behind the Picture: Port Ludlow Sunset and Reflections in the Marina

Behind the Picture: Port Ludlow Sunset and Reflections in the Marina On this day, we were meeting family for a night at the Resort at Port Ludlow.  We got there early because it’s nice to just hang out in the sun and watch the boats come into the marina.  Also,… Read more »

Atop of Shanghai at the Jing An Shangri-La

This was my second time in Shanghai so I opted to go a bit further inland in West Shanghai, and stayed at the Jing An Shangri-La. The hotel is located on the PuXi side of the Huangpu River in the Jing An Business District – one of Shanghai’s most prestigious and… Read more »

Disneyland with a toddler: 6 things to know

Disneyland with a toddler: 6 things to know So, every aspect of Disneyland isn’t for every child at every age.  Learned this.  We took the Panda when he was a year and a half.  You know, he’d seen Mickey and friends and we read stories about all of the characters. … Read more »

Jekyll Island, Georgia: a weekend of family fun and relaxation

Jekyll Island, Georgia: a weekend of family fun and relaxation It’s been two years since we first fell in love with the Golden Isles of Georgia.  Our first experience was on St Simons Island when we visited the King and Prince Resort.  From the food to the Spanish moss, we… Read more »

The Carter House Inn of Eureka, California

The Carter House Inn of Eureka, California As we made our way through Northern California and explored the beaches and National Parks, we stayed in all kinds of hotels and lodges.  When we left the Bodega Bay Lodge and headed north along the coast, we landed in Eureka, CA and… Read more »

Celebrating Pride Month: Meet the Nomadic Boys

I have been following the Nomadic Boys on Instagram for years – gawking at their amazing travel adventures and super cute relationship. Their pictures always inspired me to want to travel to wherever they were at the time. Last year at the World Trade Market in London, I ran into… Read more »

The amazing Yosemite Valley tram tour

The amazing Yosemite Valley tram tour While we typically just do our own thing and plot out sights we want to see, every now and then we’ll do a tour.  National Parks are so easy to explore on your own, especially when you’re planning on hiking a bunch, but when… Read more »

MLK National Historic Site with kids: learning about civil rights in Atlanta

MLK National Historic Site with kids: learning about civil rights in Atlanta Something that we always try to do with our kids, particularly since we are worldschooling, them is visiting historical sites. We visit Atlanta Georgia quite frequently and I’ve gotten the chance to go to Martin Luther King Jr… Read more »

How to take a sauna in Helsinki

How to take a sauna in Helsinki

From what to wear to what to do, here are 10 tips for sauna newbies. article excerpt from cnn 1. Wood works: Finnish saunas are dimly lit and made of pine wood. You won’t find colorful lights, fragrant aromas or music. 2. The heat is on: The Finns like their saunas hot,… Read more »

Show Some Glass: Biltmore Estate

Show Some Glass: Biltmore Estate

Asheville, North Carolina, “Chihuly at Biltmore” now through October. The first ever outdoor exhibit on the grounds of the historic Biltmore Estate. Exhibit open through October 7, 2018. Biltmore Estate, 1 Lodge St, Asheville, NC 28803. Daytime admission to the estate ranges from $57-$75 (including a $10 discount for advance… Read more »