Let’s start with the definition of a bucket list … buck·et listNoun INFORMALa number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime. A bucket list is more than where to travel, but for me, my bucket list is mostly filled with the places I want to explore. Most […]
Undoubtedly, one of the most quintessential British experiences is afternoon tea. While many people may scoff at the idea of attending afternoon tea with kids, it really can be an enjoyable experience with your children. My family is proof that afternoon tea with kids can and should be done while visiting in London. I feel […]
Why haven’t I thought of this before? I truly can not believe it took becoming a travel advisor to realize that I could have family photos taken on vacation. When I kicked off my travel career earlier this year, I marveled at some of the photos on fellow travel entrepreneur’s websites. While at a […]
Would you like to be picked up from the airport and taken directly to your hotel by private transfer? Would you like to have a welcome basket with fresh fruit and cold water waiting inside your private transfer? Would you like your resort room to be upgraded to a two bedroom/two bathroom sea view villa […]
Tours get a bad rap. People envision a crowd of people following in a line behind a tour guide holding up a flag. But this is not your grandparents tour. Tour companies have been revolutionized over the last fifty years. There are so many options now. There is truly something for everybody. My parents did […]
Hindsight is 20/20. I have learned a lot from traveling with young children. I can bestow my knowledge on others and help them plan more effortless vacations, but I would not change any of the travel decisions we have made. Our trip to Italy in 2015 with almost two-year-old twins was trying at times. […]
There is something special about Greece. I can say emphatically that I find the country absolutely spellbinding.
Lake Como must be pretty fantastic if a guy like George Clooney wants to spend so much time there, right?
No more hills! But lots of bridges!
What were we thinking?