Wilmington, North Carolina was one of the destinations during our road trip adventure across North Carolina. Located around 20 minutes from downtown to the Atlantic Coast, this beautiful area offers so much for families looking for adventure and I’m sharing more about how to make the most of your first-time visit.
When you visit the Kentucky Derby Museum in Louisville, make sure that you take advantage of the 30 minute guided historic walking tour at Churchill Downs that is included with your admission.
When I told people that I was going to Omaha, Nebraska they immediately asked, “What’s in Omaha?” Exactly! That’s what I wanted to find out! Omaha exceeded my expectations in a good way and I want to share why Omaha is a city worth stopping in.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis just got even better with its newest addition the Sports Legends Experience! I’m sharing tips on how to make the most out of your first-time visit.
If you are a basketball fan, you will definitely want to check out The College Basketball Experience in Kansas City, Missouri. You don’t have to be a big fan of basketball to enjoy your time there and if you are a big basketball fan, you will never want to leave!
Cincinnati has several locations around the city that honor previous Presidents. You can try to visit most of them in one day or make it your quest to find them over time. [Read more…]
Living in a house of boys, I knew of Canton, Ohio because of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but I honestly didn’t know much about what else the city had to offer. To my surprise, Canton can be a great destination even if you are not into football.
Cleveland, Ohio has a lot to offer for families looking for a winter weekend getaway with experiences that are fun for all ages.
Unapologetically Cajun. Those two words sum up what it’s like to experience Louisiana’s Cajun Bayou. The people there know who they are, they know where they come from and they are proud of it… not in an arrogant way, but in a way that exudes authenticity. Life revolving around the Bayou has not changed in many ways and yet the area continues to grow and evolves as more people become interested in becoming part of its story in the type of community that really knows its neighbors.