At this point, how many versions of the Polar Vortex have swept across the U.S. this year? And on top of Snowmageddon? Enough’s enough, right?
Spring Training’s in full swing, and fans are traveling south and west to see their favorite teams ready for the upcoming MLB season.
Planning a trip to the Tampa area? Your travel planning just got a lot easier.
The Olympics’ opening ceremony is tonight, and for two or so weeks, the world’s best winter sports athletes will take center stage, landing incredible jumps, breaking speed records and competing on behalf of their countries. I love the Olympics, and fully expect to be swept away in the spirit when I’m in Colorado next week.
With the Olympics beginning this week, I can’t help but think of a visit I made to Park City, Utah for a few days last March. What a beautiful place to be, even for this warm-weather-lovin’ girl! When we were out there, I heard murmurs that there may be the opportunity to go for a bobsled ride at Utah Olympic Park.
Memories of my first NHL game are vivid in my mind – I was a sophomore in high school in Maryland and went with my friend Kristel and her family to a Washington Capitals game in the old Capital Centre. The energy in the arena was electric, and I was instantly hooked.
The teams are set – the Denver Broncos will take on the Seattle Seahawks, and now’s the time to start thinking about Super Bowl XLVIII. This year’s Super Bowl will be played in New York City, and the Big Apple is ready to roll out the red carpet. Whether you’ll be in NYC for the big game or not, the travel opportunities are out of this world! Take a look at how you can make your Super Bowl Sunday even more super, whether you’re in the Big Apple!
One big part of traveling is eating – discovering local dishes wherever you may raise your fork, or spoon. Beignets in New Orleans. Pho in Vietnam. Croissants in Paris. And for a lot of people, food and wine events are as good a reason to travel as any.
If you’re a travlin’ girl looking to connect with other travlin’ girls, in addition to taking part in #girlstravel chat Mondays at 1 p.m. ET over on Twitter (ahem!), be sure to mark your calendars for the Women’s Travel Fest in NYC on March 8, and the Women in Travel Summit in Chicago, March 14 – 16. Both are being hosted by two fab ladies, and both are sure to be fab times. I wish I could be at both!