Experience – post archive
“To travel, to experience and learn: that is to live.” – Tenzing Norgay
Whether you’re wandering the streets of a new city or hiking in the forest, travel gives us the opportunities to experience life in a new way. Here are some of the things we’ve enjoyed.
The Boston Duck Tour is a truly enjoyable way to lean into being a tourist and learn a little bit about a lot of Boston. It’s only 80 minutes long includes a short Charles River cruise. Perfect activity for families or singles.
This Boston Ghost tour, focused on death and dying in Colonial America, is full of interesting history but not for the faint of heart.
Explore the waters of the Biscayne Bay on a private yacht cruise on your next Miami area vacation
The Flavors of San Juan Food Tour is a fascinating mix of food, history, and culture that provides a tasty and provocative glimpse into what Puerto Ricans, as a culture, like to eat and how their culinary traditions started. Plus, it’s delicious.
Angelina’s gorgeous Belle Epoque setting is the backdrop for the richest hot chocolate you’ll ever taste.
Experience the lap of luxury and deep relaxation during your trip to Paris with a day at Les Bain de Léa spa in the Golden Triangle.
Qua Baths & Spa in Las Vegas features several Roman-style baths, a steam room, sauna, and even a snow room to cool down.
A roundup of the best family-friendly activities downtown San Diego has to offer. Balance out the lines and crowds at Sea World, the Zoo, and Legoland with our tried and recommended suggestions, from biking to kite flying.
One of the best things to do, should you find yourself in Anchorage, Alaska with a pair of comfortable shoes and a moderate sense of adventure, is to head downtown, rent a bike, and head out on the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail to see forests, wetlands, and maybe a moose or two. Don’t forget to stop for a reindeer sausage on your way back to your hotel.
A day of discovering Coronado’s Silver Strand bike trail: wetlands, wildlife, sailboats, and friendly strangers all around.
Red and green pickleweed grows from cappuccino colord mud flats at Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing on the Monterey Bay. At low tide, when the murky green water pulls back to the sea, walk out over that rickety wooden boardwalk traversing an old oyster bed. Look down. How many animals were here before you? The raccoons and herons must be heavy – they leave deep tracks. That milky gelatinous blob with the indigo stripe really is a jellyfish, or at least, it was. If you are there early in the morning, at low tide, you may get very lucky and see a mountain lion track, or maybe it’s a bobcat?