I had the opportunity to visit Scotland with my husband and plan our entire journey. His only must-do was a visit to St. Andrews Old Course. We flew into Edinburgh and rented a car to drive to our first stop, Pitlochry. When we arrived in Pitlochry, we went to our hotel, a cozy bed, and breakfast. From there, we walked to the Heather Gem store, which I had heard about and saw the process of collecting and molding the heather into jewelry. I love unique pieces of art, espe
I saw glass igloos as a form of accommodations in Finland and could not stop thinking about staying in one myself and perhaps seeing the Northern Lights just by looking up. It seemed crazy at the time; I hate being cold. But when the opportunity presented itself, I could not pass it up. My husband and I booked our flights to Lapland and began shopping for clothing and accessories to wear during the adventure that would keep us warm. Items we bought and were thankful to hav
I had the opportunity to travel to Paris in December and stay at the fantastic hotel, Le Meurice. It was beautifully decorated for the Christmas holidays, both inside and out. As a travel advisor, I set up an appointment with my North American sales representative to tour the entire hotel. However, even before the tour took place, I wandered through the public spaces of the hotel and was amazed by everything I saw. The things that surprised me the most were: 1) The size a
We are into February of 2020, and hopefully, you are still on track with the New Year's resolutions you made on January first. Along with the big ones of losing weight, eating better, and going to the gym more often, a lot of people told me they planned to vacation more. That is music to my ears both in helping them plan trips and what traveling more means to different people. After hearing this come up a few times, I decided to think about the way I plan to "travel more"