There is more to do in Dallas than one can do in a weekend (a day and a half, technically). But last fall I found a cheap ticket, asked two of my friends to hang out, and this is what happened!
Expected: Great BBQ.
Unexpected: Amazing art, great beer, and green spaces as far as the eye can see.
Detroit. Motor City. Home of Motown and maligned for urban blight. But underneath the stereotypes is a vibrant, thriving city full of warm people.
My 31st state: New Mexico. The destination? Albuquerque. A whirlwind weekend trip, purchased on a whim, with an itinerary determined on arrival. Read ahead for sopapillas, cacti, and nuclear weapons!
My American Airlines and SPG loyalty have led to upgrades and great trips – but ignoring the rest of the travel world has forced me to miss out on great experiences with Delta and Hyatt. Read on for my recent lessons learned on why both companies deserve your consideration.
Chocolate. Beer. Fries. Pleasantness to spare. Sound like heaven?
Almost. it’s Belgium. Specifically the Belgian capital of Brussels and the charming town of Bruges. Ideal for a couple but great for a small group, these two cities epitomize what European vacations should be.
Prague and Vienna might be the capitals of neighboring nations but each city has a dramatically different feel. One is full of beer, ancient buildings, and bridges.
The other is modern with a regal feel and chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And coffee. And did I mention chocolate?