Hometown Series: Ann Arbor, Michigan

Week 2 Written by Ann Plans Travel This week we are continuing our series on hometowns. The purpose of this series is to remind us to never forget about the beauty of what is right around us and to discover all that these off the beaten path destinations have to offer. Last week my hometown,Continue reading “Hometown Series: Ann Arbor, Michigan”

Hometown Series: Herkimer, New York

Those of us who have permanently been inflicted with the travel bug constantly seek to explore the world, see the depths of the seas and tops of the mountains, go on new adventures, and uncover experiences we only imagined in our wildest dreams, but the beauty and charm of our hometowns should not be forgotten.Continue reading “Hometown Series: Herkimer, New York”

How To Travel With A Full Time Job

Photo by Startup Stock Photos on Pexels.com Do you frequently find yourself wishing you could travel more often? And at the same time does that list come into your head of all the reasons why you can’t? Have you limited yourself with all the reasons why you can’t, instead of finding the way that youContinue reading “How To Travel With A Full Time Job”

Visiting Puerto Rico as a Vegetarian (or Vegan)

Puerto Rico is home to many great, original dishes, but for the vegetarian these dishes may not be so appealing. Puerto Rican food, referred to as “cocina criolla” by the locals, is generally meat. For example, some classics are Chicharron (fried pork skin), lechon asado (barbequed pig), and many different types of seafood (it isContinue reading “Visiting Puerto Rico as a Vegetarian (or Vegan)”

20 Family Friendly Attractions in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C., the capitol of the United States, has lots to offer! The city is full of family friendly attractions at low or no cost. It is a great option for any family vacation. Here are 20 free or inexpensive things to do with the kids: 1. Visit the National Zoo The National Zoo isContinue reading “20 Family Friendly Attractions in Washington, D.C.”

Is There a Difference Between a Traveler and a Tourist?

We’ve all heard the term traveler and we’ve all heard the term tourist. Is there a difference? Is one different than the other? Is there a difference between going on vacation and traveling? This seems to be a major debate in the travel world. Some say those who proclaim themselves as travelers vs. tourists areContinue reading “Is There a Difference Between a Traveler and a Tourist?”

A 3 Day Itinerary for Rochester, NY

Rochester, NY is a medium sized city located about an hour outside Buffalo, NY. My daughter and I took a weekend trip here recently and discovered that it is full of family friendly attractions. If you’re looking for a short getaway with the kiddies Rochester may be a good fit! Day 1: We arrived inContinue reading “A 3 Day Itinerary for Rochester, NY”