Did you know that you can make your own glass art during a trip to the Corning Museum of Glass? I didn’t. I actually didn’t know much about this museum until just last week. G and I recently took a long 4-day weekend to road […]
Category: Small Towns
I’ll admit I had no intention of planning to visit the Corning Museum of Glass during our recent trip to western New York. I really only planned on visiting to check out Watkins Glen State Park and the other outdoor excursions available in this area.
Sometimes you just have to get away to a nice little city tucked in the mountains.
Sometimes it’s best to toss your travel plans out the window on the drive down or forget to make them.
What we liked best about Knoxville, Tennessee is how unassuming it is. It’s not trying to be cool or the best. It’s a country music town but no where near as crazy as Nashville. (more…)
Our visit to the central coast of California was part of our recent Pacific Coast Highway trip, but this gorgeous stretch of coastline really deserves to be its own destination. I loved Monterey and while we were only there for about a day and half, […]
Sometimes I just have to get away. Like I will explode if I don’t. But honestly, sometimes I really don’t have the time to take a long trip and don’t have the money or reward points for us to take a quick flight somewhere. Which […]
Planning to see the California coast? Get ready for some curvy roads, adorable little beach towns, amazing food and some of the most breathtaking scenery you will find! Whether called Hwy 1, Cabrillo Hwy, PCH, or Hwy 101, this stretch of road will take you to see some pretty awesome things. We drove it from Point Reyes National Seashore down to Los Angeles, from north to south and actually did the Big Sur portion in both directions. Either way is great and in my opinion is a matter of preference. Here are some of our favorite, must see destinations. (more…)
If you are travelling to San Antonio any time soon and want to add some history, culture and balance make sure to take a trip down Mission Road. Accessible from the San Antonio River Walk you’ll be sure to see at least a few of […]
We could probably live in Asheville, North Carolina. Nature, boutique shopping, hipster eats, an Oregon-like culture tucked in the foothills of Blue Ridge Parkway without the higher cost of living.