Tag Archives: Literary Travel

How to Make the Most of a Weekend in Berkeley CA

don't miss these stunning views with a weekend in berkeley

Note: Visit Berkeley kindly hosted me in return for coverage on my blog. As always, all opinions are my own and writing about my honest experience is a priority for me. Enjoy the guide! Even as a thirtysomething year old traveler, I still have a soft spot for university cities and towns. I mean, I’ve lived […]

How to Plan a Wonderful Solo Trip to Concord CA

solo trip to concord ca and enjoying salvio pacheco square

Note: Visit Concord graciously hosted me on a press trip in exchange for coverage. As always, this post discusses my honest experience and all opinions are my own. Northern California is officially one of my favorite places to travel alone. The entire region is a friendly, delicious, and naturally beautiful oasis that’s easy to explore […]

11 Cool Things to Do in Danville CA Right Now

the tao house is one of the best things to do in danville ca

Note: Visit Tri-Valley graciously hosted me for a long weekend in exchange for blog coverage. As always, all opinions are my own, and it is my main priority to truthfully write about my experiences.  Like many others, my Bay Area travel experiences were once limited to San Francisco. Now don’t get me wrong. I adore […]

4 Days in Dublin: Itinerary for Ireland’s Capital

traveling to dublin ireland alone to see oscar wilde

Most of us know Dublin as Ireland’s fun-loving, youthful, and vibrant capital city. Dublin’s an especially fun place for travelers who have Irish heritage and want to learn about their families’ histories, as well as avid readers who’ve fallen in love with authors such as Oscar Wilde and Bram Stoker.  Furthermore, Dublin is a very […]

Solo Travel in Edinburgh: How to Independently Discover A City You’ll Truly Love

solo travel in edinburgh on a sunny day

On my first solo trip ever, I had no idea what to except. I didn’t know if reading about solo travel on dreamy blogs would match up with reality, but it was too late to turn the plane around to Newark. Instead I landed at Edinburgh airport with knots in my stomach. The customs officer […]