A Local’s Guide to Ashland Oregon

Posted by on Oct 29, 2014 in Featured, LeTravelista, Portfolio | 0 comments

A Local’s Guide to Ashland Oregon

  Ashland, Oregon is a charming little town surrounded by lush mountainscapes, rolling hills, and rushing rivers. This beautiful town is home to the world famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the Ashland Independent Film Festival, and many other seasonal celebrations. However, as great as it is if you are not familiar with this small town, you may not know where to stay, where to eat, or what to do. Here are a few suggestions to get you started on your visit to Ashland Oregon: Historic Hotels History surrounds Ashland, but nothing showcases that history as well as the Ashland Springs...

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Experience Boston’s Rich History: Travel the Freedom Trail

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in Featured, LeTravelista, Portfolio | 0 comments

Experience Boston’s Rich History: Travel the Freedom Trail

Boston, Massachusetts is a city rich in history. From the Boston Tea Party to the American Revolution, many of historical events took place in Boston. The Freedom Trail that begins in the Boston Commons and ends at Bunker Hill is the perfect introduction to Boston’s history. Along this two and half mile trail you will see 16 historic sites from the Colonial Revolution including the Old South Meeting House, the site of the Boston Massacre, and the Old North Church. The following is a list suggested ways to enhance your Freedom Trail experience: Self-Guided Tour For the traveler who prefers...

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Miami Equates to Fun

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in Featured, LeTravelista, Portfolio | 0 comments

Miami Equates to Fun

The other day I was asked “out of all the cities you have traveled to in the United States which would you say are must-sees?” I had to think about that for a moment because if you know me, you know I prefer being somewhere warm. So it would be a normal response for me to say something like “anywhere in Hawaii or San Diego.” But ironically, even though I hate being cold, and I would choose a tropical vacation over a cold one any day, I tend to prefer cities that are on the chillier side. Seattle is one of my favorites, and I think everyone should go there at least...

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What? No Happy Hour in Boston

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in Featured, LeTravelista, Portfolio | 0 comments

What? No Happy Hour in Boston

One of my husband and my favorite things to do in order to save money when we travel is to take advantage of happy hour specials. No, it is not because we want to spend our time drinking cheap drinks; although that is a bonus. It is because we can have dinner and a drink for a fraction of the cost during regular dinner hours. Happy hour makes it so we are not spending all of our money on food when we travel. Plus I don’t feel bad for having one or two really nice dinners out during our trip when I have saved on meals the remainder of the time. So on our recent trip to Boston, you can...

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