A beautiful hometown wedding in New York, my hometown and the place were one of my very good friends decided to have his amazing wedding. I was able to attend and can attest to how beautiful it truly was. He and his wife have given a lot of detail on their vendors to help those planning their future nuptials.
Lake Tahoe is an enchanting destination that straddles state lines between Nevada and California. Many people visit to ski, snowboard, sledding, and hang out in a cozy retreat during the winter. In the summer swimming, paddle boarding, jet skiing, and more. Between the beauty and the activities, this is a great destination to have your nuptials!
Nashville, Tennessee is a destination that always has something going on! Weddings, bachelor/bachelorette parties, sporting events, etc. So of course after talking with Raina Van Setter, a Nashville wedding planner on my podcast, I wanted to share some great venues for your destination wedding or event in partnership with Hotels.com. Of course, if you are visiting this happening city, there are places to stay that fit every budget!
New Orleans, Nawlins, The Big Easy, Crescent City, NOLA. The city has many names and plenty of things to do. So, I am bringing you 5 fun things to do in New Orleans, Louisiana in partnership with Hotels.com. If you are looking for a great area to stay in while visiting this vibrant city with an interesting historical past, Hotels.com has got you covered! Fun fact too, I lived in New Orleans for a bit when I was a kid!
When you think of Miami, I am sure the first things that pop in your mind is the beach, nightlife, warm weather, and maybe even Rick Ross or Pitbull. So I teamed up with Hotels.com to tell you 5 fun things to do in Miami, Florida. I have been a few times and enjoyed myself. Although I have done a lot there is so much more to see and do. Of course you have to also find a great place to stay while doing all of these fun things as there are some great areas!
Is too much tourism bad? Overtourism is the topic we are talking about on this episode with co-host Joanna Teris and guest, travel media and apparel owner Kim Hawk. Overtourism is overcrowding from an excess of tourists. This has resulted in conflicts with locals and many sites of the world closing down or limiting tourists.