After a busy day of exploring on a New York City tour, it’s best to find a dining spot tucked away on a patio amidst blooming gardens where you can rejuvenate and enjoy a relaxing meal. During the season when overcoats are a distant memory, soak in all the sunshine you can and indulge in sitting under an umbrella with good company and great food.
This week we’re changing it up a bit here on Lauren on Location! We’re going to take a little break from South America and head up north. We have a guest post by the lovely Kacey about a city in my homeland and one that’s been on my bucket list for quite some time now, MILWAUKEE. (If you’re wondering why Milwaukee is on my bucket list- my grandma’s
Welcome to Wanderful Wednesday friends! Don’t forget to link up a wanderful travel related post down below! 😀 Today I’m going to be talking a little bit about Asheville, North Carolina, a city that’s been on my mind a lot lately. I visited the city a while back, almost 6 months ago now and only for a short weekend trip, but lingering thoughts about this place still
I’m a big fan of cruises! Many of my very first travel memories took place onboard one of these impressively large ships! I’ve cruised through port destinations all over the world, with several different cruise companies and I have to say I’ve thoroughly enjoyed each and every one. Every time I cruise, I leave my vacation with new merry memories, new great friends and several
Well friends … Now that it’s officially nearing the end of January, I guess it’s time to accept that it’s 2016….. It’s not that I’m not excited to welcome a new year. It’s just, saying goodbye to 2015 was pretty hard. It was one hell of a year. Probably my best yet. 3 Continents . 10 Countries . 15 States . 60 Cities I
When it comes to travel photography, I’m not afraid to admit, I’m a complete amateur. I’ve never taken a class, never watched a tutorial. I pretty much just go with the point, shoot and see what I end up with method. You know, happenstance travel pictures. Luckily for this novice photographer, a lot of the places I’ve been this past year have made it pretty easy on me. They
First up on my Southern City Bucket-list, Atlanta. Now that I’m currently residing down here in the Deep South (seriously though, who would’ve thought), cities like Atlanta are just too close and convenient not to visit. As we all know, travel in the US isn’t the easiest and is usually on the expensive side, so for me, taking advantage of time down here is crucial.
Happy December friends!! It’s also Travel Tuesday today! So, don’t forget to link up at the bottom of this post with all of your travel tales! Today I’m going to be talking about one of my favorite hikes from this past summer’s road trip, Colter Bay’s Lakeshore Trail. Colter Bay is the camping area that we stayed in during our quick stint in Grand Teton
Listen up fellow street food lovers. Portland is the next BIG thing. Actually, maybe it’s already the big thing. Compared to countries with an established street-food culture, the US has never had a particularly memorable curbside restaurant scene. Luckily for us, our very own Portland, Oregon has recently put us on the map. In 2010, CNN named Portland “World’s Best Street Food” beating out well-known
Happy Travel Tuesday everyone! Today I’m taking part in the monthly themed post chosen by my co-host Courtney: “One of the best parts about traveling is finding somewhere new and unexpected. What’s a hidden gem that you have stumbled upon while exploring a new place?” When reading Courtney’s theme I immediately thought about my day trip to New Mexico and the unexpected incredible event I