All Destinations

Huk Beach – Oslo, Norway

When packing for a Norwegian getaway, a swimsuit doesn’t normally come to mind. However, Norway gets surprisingly warm and the fjords and lakes get swimmable in the summer time.

Red Rock Canyon – Las Vegas, NV

On the outskirts of Sin City lies the lesser known – but still worthy of any hiker – Red Rock Canyon. Vegas has imitations of every other city – the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty, the pyramids, that’s kinda their thing.

UPDATE On NON US Travel

While I would love to be drinking champagne in France, I cannot be. I have already cancelled my Sint Maarten and Spain trips for 2020 and I’m sure many more 2021 trips will also be cancelled.

Exploring Murals in St. Petersburg, FL

One of my favorite things about St. Petersburg is how we highlight our artists. The city doesn’t try to hide or cover up the talents of its occupants but rather showcases it for all to see. Everything can be turned into art and St. Petersburg proves it.

The Ultimate Guide to Alaska

The Last Frontier is a hidden gem to traveling. While many thing Alaska is constantly cold and snowing, it is in fact, one of the best outdoor adventure spots in the US and the entire world.

The Ultimate Guide to Hawaii

Visiting Hawaii is what awakened my sense of adventure within me – there is so much to explore and do, you can’t not be intrigued and check LinkedIn at least once for job openings!

The Ultimate Guide to the DMV

This region is filled with history and culture, after all, it is the United States capital. DC is the center of it all with cultures and all walks of life divulging into one extensive city. DC has the museums to teach you about our history but take a short ride outside of the city and you’ll get to experience the history.

The Ultimate Guide to Florida

Florida boasts the biggest and the best theme parks the world has to offer; but if you venture outside of the Orlando metropolitan area, you’ll find that Florida has way more to provide than mouse ears.

Bear Mountain Reservation – Danbury, CT

The reservation boasts a variety of short trails that loop around the meadow, the woods above the lake, and a trail that even takes you down to Candlewood Lake. The beginning of the trail even has outdoor workout equipment for people that are extra healthy.

Pup Hike on the George C. Cain Memorial Trail

I recently took a drive up from Florida to my home state of New York! I’m only spending the week here so I have to fill it with things I love, like hiking as I’m sure you have all realized by now is kinda the only thing I do. I was tired of the flat Florida trails and wanted to see some hills again.

Travel Blogging When My Travel Slowed

I was talking to my parents today about how *funny* it is that I finally decided to start blogging after all of these years of them egging me on to do so. It’s even *funnier* that I’m focusing a lot on travel blogging now when I’m not traveling nearly as much or to as many places as I did in high school and college.

Hiking Up Sleeping Giant – Kauai, Hawaii

One of my favorite adventures and most memorable hikes on this trip – which may be because it was our few hours of rain respite – was hiking Sleeping Giant. The mountain got its name from a legend where a giant lay to rest and has yet to be woken.

Sooooo… When do Concerts Start Again?

So the only way to remedy this sad feeling inside of me was to obviously blast the Pop Punk’s Not Dead playlist on Spotify, plan my future line up, and reminisce on some of my favorite concerts, which I decided to share with all of you.

Watermelon Galore in Lutz, FL

This wasn’t like the other larger, state known, festivals we’ve been to, (Florida State Fair and the Strawberry Festival) it truly felt like a small town fair. With free parking in one lot and the fields being taken over by a children’s climbing wall, tire swings, a dunk tank, a few vendors, BBQ style food trucks, and County Line Produce as their backdrop, this was a true small town event.

Smashing Pumpkins in Virginia

I brought my boyfriend to his first Virginia farm festival and I was not disappointed. The second you cross the farm line you can feel fall coursing through your veins, craving apple cider donuts, hot chocolate, and eyeing the best pumpkin in the patch.

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Rachel Levy, Blogger
St. Petersburg, FL

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