You only have ONE DAY. Make it count! Last spring, my family went to Florida’s Universal Studios to check out Harry Potter World. Because of our various work schedules, we only had ONE DAY at the parks. I’m going to cover how we traveled, where we stayed, which tickets we bought, how to have a … More One Day at Florida’s Universal Studios: A Guide to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Beyond.
I’m sure you’ve heard the hype around Asheville, North Carolina. ExploreAsheville.com describes the city as “an art colony, a healing resort and a home to notable luminaries, statesmen, and bohemians.” What’s not to love about that? It’s like a little, mini Austin, with Appalachia and the Blue Ridge Mountains as its backdrop. HOW TO GET THERE … More A Weekenders Guide to Asheville, North Carolina
One freezing afternoon, we drove out to Boerne. Good ol’ small town Texas. Once we arrived, we walked straight into their largest cafe, The Dienger Trading Co. for some warmth! Their chai tea latte was good (a little sweet, but hey, it was the holidays) and they have a pretty delicious looking bakery and food … More Boerne, Texas
In the heat of the summer, we woke up early and let Winnie run around St. Edward’s park. The trails are located just off of Spicewood Springs. The parking lot is small, but we managed to find a spot. There is a lot of water along the trails, which was fun. We took our shoes … More St. Edward’ s Park
View the first blog in this three part series here: Washington D.C. by Air View the second blog in this three part series here: Downtown D.C. (Day 1) Day two starts at Washington Harbor with a boat tour by National River Tours. My family and I were literally the only people on tour. It was pretty … More Downtown D.C., Georgetown, and Beyond