Summer getaways will be different this year. Coronavirus has altered plans to far flung destinations. Road trips will be popular, as they were years ago. Slow paced exploration in nearby states, national parks, and hiking spots are on the itinerary. Self contained modes of transportation such as cars and RV’s will take precedence over planes.
In honor of National Apple Pie Day, over three dozen bed & breakfasts and boutique hotels are sharing their recipes for scrumptious baked apple goods. It’s part of a “Still Inn Business” joint force to help these small business owners stay visible during the COVID-19 shut down. Inn keepers around the world miss their guests.
Memorial Day gives us pause to remember those in the military who serve our country both past and present. This commemoration began soon after the Civil War, and became a national holiday in 1971. We celebrate the day gathering with family and friends for a picnic. Usually quintessential American food is served — burgers on
National Lemonade Day is the first Sunday in May. Started in 2007 by computer network guru, Michael Holthouse and his wife Lisa, their mission was to empower youth to become tomorrows entrepreneurs by teaching them to operate a lemonade stand. During this COVID-19 pandemic, it seems like the world is giving us lots of lemons.
COVID-19 quarantine has found me organizing my closet. Sorting through the garb has been a trip down memory lane as I arrange favorite clothes and accessories I pack for every trip. They’re not fancy items, but comfortable, durable and easily transportable. After years on the road, I’ve complied a “must have” list when traveling. Some
Travel may be on hold right now. But, with a few creative ideas, travel treasures collected on past vacations can infuse your home with memories. While we all stay home these next few weeks, it’s the perfect time to rethink how to display items we purchased on trips. It’s easy to mix souvenirs into your
We all are feeling the uncertainty of COVID-19 and the impact it has made on our lives. New reports about the pandemic emerge daily, if not hourly. While most of this is out of our control, we don’t need to allow the situation to riddle us with stress. Isolation is the mandate, with social distancing
Travel insurance is an important purchase and should be considered carefully. With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health scare creating worldwide concern, some travelers are choosing to cancel trips. Many are inquiring as to what type of reimbursement they’ll receive — if any. Knowing specifics of vacation cancellation and medical coverage is beneficial when planning your next
North Park’s streets sing with the cacophony of city life. Its multicultural citizenry, sanguine locals and soupcon of homeless is indicative of an evolving San Diego inner city. The burgeoning area is a study in urban cool with something to offer everyone. One of the many assets is its walkability. The iconic North Park
Ask anyone, and chances are when given the choice to shop at a chain store, or a one-of-a-kind boutique, they’ll choose the latter. Certainly, department stores have their benefits. But, when exploring a neighborhood, the independently owned retailers reveal a regions personality. North Park has a bevy of curated shops selling eclectic collections unique to