If I had more time, I would have explored a little more at this vintage era nostalgic hotel right off of Route 66. Infamous movie starts like Lucille Ball and John Wayne have frequented this local stay. I had heard the enchiladas at the hotel restaurant were good but did stay for lunch - just... Continue Reading →
Unpopular opinion - but I was more take by Sedona than the Grand Canyon. Driving through forest and winding roads, the red cliffs are breathtaking in the afternoon sunlight.
On my road trip from California to Florida, my first stop was the Grand Canyon in Arizona. I had heard that the best time to see the canyon was at sunrise, so I drove through the night to see it at that bewitching hour. Driving off of the highway, on a two lane road towards... Continue Reading →
Every day I spent on Oahu, I laced up my hiking boots, laced up my sneakers, or grabbed my flip flops and went on a hike to a waterfall. Some hikes were muddier than others, so shoes were often an impediment and the mud was so slippery, I was happy to ditch my shoes for... Continue Reading →