I know what you’re thinking: “A D.I.N.K. travel blog writing about an amusement park? Seriously?” But hear me out: Busch Gardens Williamsburg is as adult-centric as theme parks come. Simply put, it is awesome. The top 5 reasons you should consider visiting this beautiful park, sans-children: 1. It’s beautiful. No, really it is. Growing up [...]
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It was ridiculous. We had lived in the D.C. area for over eight years, yet we had never visited the Southern Capital just to our south (more on why in a minute). A long holiday weekend, coupled with a good hotel deal, created the perfect excuse to escape D.C. & finally learn more about our neighbors to [...]
This week’s #FriFotos theme fits in perfectly with my blog series on visiting my own backyard, Washington, D.C.! apartment building(C) Christina Saull – All Rights Reserved bike shop(C) Christina Saull – All Rights Reserved parking garage(C) Christina Saull – All Rights Reserved Saturday morning farmers market(C) Christina Saull – All Rights Reserved Prince Street(C) Christina [...]
Last year, I wrote about this little (random) golf resort in Leesburg, Virginia (just past Dulles Airport), but neglected to take any photos. Good thing we went back this year! Thanks to a LivingSocial deal, we spent last weekend enjoying a pre-Valentine’s Day weekend at the resort, getting massages & hunkering down from the random [...]
One of my favorite things about living in the Old Town area of Alexandria (located about nine miles south of D.C. in Virginia) is the great number of restaurants. Fancy places. Less fancy places. Not fancy at all places. Today, I thought I’d share with you some of our favorite fine dining places. The kind [...]
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At best, I normally skim through the tourist information guides which are found in most hotel rooms. However, without anything else to read during our trip to Richmond, I actually read the guide a bit more closely, & boy am I glad I did. Somehow, in all my research to plan our trip, I had [...]
When traveling, my husband loves to make me walk long distances to visit Cathedrals. Not to attend Mass, but merely to stick our heads in & say “nice.” Example: the time he made me walk across a highway overpass & up several large hills in Seattle to get to their not-at-all-centrally-located-but-extremely-gorgeous-Cathedral. While I might complain [...]
I'm a D.I.N.K. (Double Income, No Kids). Follow along as B (that would be my husband) & I travel the world, blissfully unburdened by strollers, diaper bags & Elmo-related meltdowns. I'll be the one with my toes dug in the sand, pontificating about my love of NYC, a cup of coffee in one hand, a local craft beer in the other & a camera slung over my shoulder.
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