During our recent visit to London, we had a checklist of attractions and sights we had planned to see. When creating these “must-do” lists, we try to diversify as much as possible, so that we don’t get burnt out on too many museums, or overly-touristy areas. One way we enjoy breaking up
If you follow my wife or I, you’ll know that one of our absolute favorite places to go in the world is the San Diego Zoo (and San Diego Zoo Safari Park). After having our son, the Zoo and adjacent Balboa Park was the first outing we had as a family, and
I first visited Bath when I was fifteen years old. I flew out with my family because my sister was representing the United States in the Miss World pageant taking place in London. I was basically along for the ride on a sightseeing extravaganza. Interestingly enough, I don’t remember a whole lot
When we arrived in London, we realized right away that we had a busy two weeks ahead of us. Not only did we have a full day and a half overbooked, but we had several stretches of long drives, especially as we got further North in Great Britain. But we were ready for
A few months ago, I discussed my transition to the brand new Walmart Family Mobile plan and how blown away I was with the quality of the phone and the service. This article will serve as a follow-up after several months of service (and several FREE VUDU movies that are included). Before
If you follow me on social media, you’ll already know that Sarabeth, Fox and I took a two-week driving trip across the pond to visit as much of Great Britain as we could squeeze into the short span. Over the next couple of weeks, I am going to be writing articles about
Growing up, I had a handful of trips up to Anaheim to visit the happiest place on earth. When I found out that Disney was generous enough to offer up an “annual passport,” I vowed that someday I would own one, so that I could go to Disneyland as frequently as I want.