I checked off another bucket list item while we were in Miami a few weeks ago: the Wynwood Walls! It was incredible to see so many people exploring an area completely devoted to creativity and street art. Have you visited this part of Miami yet?
Mountain Weekend 2017 for the win! You can find me by the outdoor fireplace reading for the next few days. 😁🏔
Bricks and ivy and secret gardens: downtown Charleston is full of these hidden architectural details, so leave plenty of time in your itinerary to just wander around. This cute entranceway is located down Stolls Alley between Church and Easy Bay Streets.
This weekend was SO busy but so much fun! My husband and I started our Saturday morning off right with a farm-to-table culinary tour from @charlestonculinarytours and @tripadvisor. As a Charleston native, it is rare that I find a brand new way to experience my hometown, but I did just that with this tour. Each of the participants got to pick one ingredient from the farmer's market, and our chef made an original 5 course meal from the ingredients. (I picked green onions, which ultimately topped an incredible pizza!) What's the coolest tour that you've experienced?
When we were visiting Colorado on our #wildwestmariners road trip earlier this year, we couldn't believe how beautiful the entire state is! When you're planning your own Colorado trip, don't forget to add Colorado Springs to the itinerary. I've gotten the most Instagram worthy photo spots in Colorado Springs over on the blog today! (Link in profile.) @visitcos #visitcos #ad
Because I grew up here, I tend to take what everyone else loves about Charleston for granted. But then there are quiet fall days when most of the tourists are gone and the streets are empty and the sweltering heat starts to relent: this is when I fall back in love with my hometown. What's your favorite thing about where you live?
The @denvermuseumns is like no place we've ever visited! The young and young at heart can learn how to be an astronaut, check our dinosaur fossils, and even extract wheat germ DNA (which is what my daughter, niece, and I are studiously attempting here). Read more about the museum and other fun kid-friendly places in Denver on the blog today (link in profile). (Disclosure: I worked with @expedia to create the blog post and associated social media posts.) What's your favorite museum?