The Pine Mountain Gold Museum in Villa Rica Georgia tells the story of Georgia’s forgotten gold Rush. Located on the site of an actual gold mine, the Pine Mountain Gold Museum offers visitors the opportunity to pan for gold and gemstones, has scenic train rides, hiking trails and a fully functional 1858 gold stamping mill […]
The WW II Home Front Museum on St. Simons Island Georgia pays tribute to the events of the War at home and the role Coastal Georgia played during the war. There are a lot of Museums dedicated to WW2, the military personnel and the battles. People often forget that the war affected everyone including those […]
The following article contains affiliate links I grew up camping in Texas. For that matter we camped all over the US when I was a kid. Not being one to waste money on hotels, my dad thought it best to stay in State and National Parks while we traveled. As a kid, there was no […]
There are a lot of people that travel alone. Some just because they have a wanderlust and are always jetting off somewhere for an adventure and some because they just had no one available or willing to go on a trip with them. I travel alone quite a bit and there are both pros and […]
I recently had the trip from hell where in a four day period I faced 3 flight cancellations, 2 flight delays and lost luggage. According to American Airlines, a work slowdown by mechanics trying to leverage their bargaining power was to blame. Whatever the reason Thousands of people were stranded at airports, delayed and inconvenienced. […]
It seems every month something is in the news regarding an attack on civilians and people are worried about their travel safety. Whether it is a bomb going off in Tunisia, an attack in a restaurant or in a crowded tourist location there seems to be something constantly in the news.
Travel Gear and Gadgets
Road trips can be a lot of fun. They can also be a real hassle if something goes wrong. There is a whole list of things you can do to protect yourself on your road trip but there is one main thing that is essential.
You don’t have to be a travel writer to appreciate a good travel jacket. While it is true that travel writers and bloggers carry a lot of things with them such as cameras, cell phones, I-Pads and such, so do most travelers. In today’s digital age where we feel the need to have our gadgets […]
There are hundreds if not thousands of travel apps and everyone has their favorites. Whether it is international travel, business travel, family vacations or you just happen to be in another city, a good travel app can make life a lot easier.
Full disclosure, I was given complimentary accommodations while attending a travel writers retreat in Playa Del Carmen Mexico. The opinions however are all mine The Mayan civilization originated around 2600 B.C. and were a dominate power in the areas of what is today the Yucatan Peninsula, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras before starting to […]
The following is a sponsored post courtesy of Visit Irving however all opinions are mine Sometimes guys have to get away from everything, be with their friends and just have a guy’s weekend. Whether it is their brothers from when they were in the military, old college buddies, bachelor party or just a bunch of […]