The food in Cuba was good, but void of the heat and spices I enjoy so much. Actually, I would venture to say that had I stayed there for a few more days, I might have grown a bit bored
Guest Blogger, Samantha What a gorgeous day to be outside enjoying great music! We started the day off with some good ol’ soul food at Mama J’s Soul Food restaurant in Richmond, VA. You gotta try the catfish! From there
The people of Cartagena beam with amazing, seemingly contagious, pride for their city, and with one visit you’ll understand why. The famous liberator, Simon Bolivar, called it The Brave City after 2,200 Spanish troops defended it against a fleet of
Hotel Casa San Agustin is pure luxury. Located within the walled Old City of Cartagena, Colombia, this 24-guestroom, 8-suite boutique hotel is absolutely breathtaking! While restored to boast a chic, contemporary style, it still manages to exude a colonial-era, 17th
The TravelingWrite Adventure Team was among the many that set out this past weekend to see it for ourselves. It was rumored that Spring was really here! With so many tourist still patiently waiting out the blossoms of those beloved
Our guest travel blogger, Celeste, visited the lovely Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida in the weeks leading up to the impending hurricane and the RNC Convention. Where to Stay: Tradewinds Island Grand Resort at St Pete’s Beach, FL – http://www.tradewindsresort.com/properties/island-grand.aspx Tradewinds tag
Our dear friends, Bill and Jane, spent a few lovely years as ex-pats in the lovely U.K. Before returning to the United States, and their new home on the Jersey Shore, they photographed some of their favorite United Kingdom spots. Sit
The TravelingWrite team is headed to Dallas, Texas this weekend. We are in search of great Texas barbecue and Tex-Mex food! Any suggestions?
Waves crashing at Waikoloa Beach. They’re expecting 15 ft waves. There are some happy surfers here! Sam’s taking surfing lessons today…in baby water!