Happy New Year! I hope this New Year’s Eve you’ll be inspired to live your best life in 2019. If you didn’t know already, this year’s blog theme was the “Year of Active Travel,” and we got to have a lot of fun with it! In 2018, I’ve shared only the best with you: theContinue reading “Best of the Year of Active Travel”
We chose peak fall foliage season for our trip, and it has been a dream of mine for many years to stay at the Lodge. After they made it to safety, they went to America to tour as the Trapp Family Singers, and finally settled in Stowe!
I don’t know about you, but running is one of my most favorite travel activities. On my recent trip to Boston, I went on my first ever running tour, and it was a fabulous way to see the sights. I chose a private tour, but you can do a group tour as well. I went with the company Run Boston, and Brendan was my guide. Here’s a little insight on my tour and what to expect if you want to do a running tour of Boston as well!
How are your feet? It’s not your typical conversation starter, but it’s an important question!
I’ll admit that I’m a little bit of a contradiction: I hate the cold, but I love the snow! My sweet husband and I both enjoy hiking anywhere we find ourselves in the world. And since this is the Year of Active Travel, I thought I’d do a little write up on the ins and outs of snow hiking!
Block Island, Rhode Island! Why is it a true throwback? Because it’s stuck in the past in the best possible way. The architecture is adorable, people are friendly and helpful, and best of all, you can see all 10 square miles of the island by bike! Here are some tips I learned along the way to make the most out of your biking time on Block Island.