Well, we’re off on our annual winter travels, and I have a confession. I’ve been a bit remiss on rolling out this blog, for a few different reasons.
Thinking of visiting Lake Tahoe? You are about to experience an amazing and beautiful place. It’s perfect for your June, July or August vacation because
Coming up with the best travel purse is not easy. The struggle is real!
I must admit that Granada was completely off my radar until I researched things to do in Granada, Spain. The first image I saw was of the Alhambra, and the minute I saw it
Winter 2019 Here I Come
Well I’ve been kind of quiet over here at Still en route for awhile, but that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been thinking and making plans!
The Cite de Carcassonne castle in the Languedoc region of France has for a long time been on my travel bucket list.
Some say it’s incredibly spectacular, while others say it’s a tourist trap. What to believe?
Well, I had the opportunity to cross it off my personal travel bucket list last year and to make my own decision on whether or not it’s worth a visit.
This post is definitely for my female friends, as the male ones just don’t “get it”.
As you may know if you’ve been hanging around my blog for any length of time, we now spend about 3 months in Europe during the winter months. We started this about 4 years ago, after spending 30+ years traveling around Europe for short 1-2 week trips as often as vacation time and money allowed.
Now, before I tell you about “the Case of the Missing Clothes”, it’s essential that I share what my normal winter packing list is for Europe.
For the past few years, our extended 3 month winter stay in Europe has been mainly in Southern/Eastern Spain. So I thought it was time to publish my Spain travel packing list for women.
If you’re not familiar with the state, or with what’s referred to as California Gold Country, you may have no idea where it’s located. I didn’t either, until one of our kids announced that they were moving there.
California Gold Country is sort of bumped up along the Western side of the Sierra Nevada Range on the Eastern side of the state of California. This is where you’ll find the Sierra foothills that make up the California Gold Country area.
Well folks, travel…(even mine)…doesn’t always go smoothly. But sometimes you need to chalk it up to being a priceless travel experience and leave it at that.
I promised to share the good, the bad, and the downright ridiculous on this blog, and here’s a point for the ridiculous column.
I recently had the awesome opportunity to sail on a Uniworld riverboat in Provence and Burgundy. More on that later, but here’s the thing. You know how sometime’s you’re just feeling like one of the “cool kids”? Well, it’s great to be a cool kid, until you’re not.