Experiencing Vail Colorado Travel can do many things. It can entertain, relax, restore, educate, challenge and so much more. I have had so many wonderful experiences through travel and am always grateful. Sometimes you go thinking you are going to have one experience, and you come away with much more. That’s what happened when my husband and I […]

Celebrating Shenandoah County’s 250th Anniversary

neurontin 800mg Lots of big things are happening in Shenandoah County, Virginia this year in celebration of its 250th anniversary! Visit the chain of small towns, each with its unique personality and highlights, and attend events highlighting the local history and people.  “The theme of the 250th celebration is ‘Honoring Our Past—Inspiring Our Future,’ so we designed […]

Traveling Trends

The travel business is crazy right now. Travelers are making up for lost time over the past two years by rebooking their missed trips now. In the past two months, I’ve booked my clients on river cruises and biking trips, wine tastings and hiking treks. Trips that celebrate big birthdays, anniversaries, or families who are […]

Two Must-See Museums at Virginia Wineries

Our area wineries keep “upping their game” to provide even more reasons to visit—other than their fine wines. You’ll find games including cornhole and axe throwing, entertainment like bands and comedy nights, fire pits, a plethora of dining options, and now…museums! In this column, we’ll introduce you to two of Northern Virginia’s winery/museum options located […]

Traveling During the Pandemic

When I was a kid living in the DC area, I had no idea that other people had to drive hours and hours to get to an airport. Living so close to two international and one national airport, I naively believed that everyone had the luxury of driving 20 minutes to their local airport. Once […]

Shenandoah Caverns Celebrates its 100th Anniversary

A natural attraction millions of years in the making celebrates its centennial. One hundred years is a long time for any attraction, but this one’s history goes way, way back—millions of years, in fact. At its centennial, through the careful guardianship of just three families, Shenandoah Caverns remains a timeless treasure of the Virginia’s Shenandoah […]

Top Five Things To Do In Iceland

I’ve sent many clients over the years, but I finally got the chance to see it a few years ago! We traveled in spring 2019 and explored the natural beauty of this little island gem. I worked with a travel supplier who specializes in Iceland. This expert help me create an itinerary that was exciting […]

Exploring the Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright

Visit, and even stay in, Frank Lloyd Wright houses within driving distance of Northern Virginia. I lived in Northern Virginia for years before I realized that there was a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in Alexandria that was open to the public—the Woodlawn and Pope-Leighey house. Having visited a number of his other houses, I had […]