Category: travel

  • A #TinyHouse Tour

    Happy Thursday friends! We are currently enjoying rural California, and I wanted to do a little tour of our two-week #TinyHouse AirBnb. Tiny Homes seem to be getting more and more popular over the past few years (there is even a “Tiny House” filter on AirBnb now!), so I’m excited to see one up close. […]

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  • New Zealand Highlight Reel

    Hey guys, Here’s the highlight video of our trip to New Zealand – hope you enjoy it! [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9dNJp4m88U]   One thing I loved about New Zealand that made it different from a lot of the other traveling I’ve done? Having a car! Experiencing the country by road trip was such a fun/relaxing way to take […]

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  • Seattle Weekend Photographs

    I shared my Vlog from Seattle the other day, and now here are the pictures! My favorite part of the weekend was probably the harbor tour – the weather was great and you can see such great views of the Seattle skyline. We also visited the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit – love the way […]

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  • New Orleans, 1990

      In 1990, New Orleans and me… we looked like this:     This weekend, I’m Louisiana bound again. So we’ll see how much things have changed! To set the mood, some New Orleans tunes: jazz, r&b, funk… you know the drill. I pulled together a few fave songs for the road. You can listen, […]

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  • Has anyone ever heard of a ‘moon pie’ ??

    The actual moon: The moon pie: They’re both round. Only one is edible. Moon pies are a big deal in Bell Buckle, Tennessee — home of the yearly RC Cola & Moon Pie Festival. This very, very, very small town is also home to the Bell Buckle Cafe: Bell Buckle Cafe has an eclectic menu, […]

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  • Washington, DC

    Until last year, I had never been to the US capital. It was a place I’d always wanted to visit, but somehow never had the chance. And now that I’ve seen it, I know that I love it. The people, the bustle, the food, the museums, the news crews – this city has a lot […]

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  • A Roman Holiday, part 1

    I got to spend 11 days in Rome, and enjoyed exploring around the vast city that has been home to so much civilization and culture. Rome has everything from quiet gardens around the Villa Borghese… …and ancient ruins from the Roman Empire… …to modern iconic Italian vespas, political flags, accordions, music…. There are so many […]

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  • Late Afternoons on the Vltava River

    Late afternoon and early evening are my favorite times of day to be around the Vltava River here in Prague. In good weather, people always come out for paddle-boat sightseeing…. And the light slanting in at this time of day is beautiful, giving all the riverside architecture a timeless look… …as well as adding extra […]

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  • Across the Danube River

    I posted some photos from the Pest side of the Danube River in Budapest, and now here’s some more from the Buda side! The first thing I saw when I crossed the river: it reads, “confidence in the ancient virtue,” the royal slogan of Franz Josef I, head of the Austro-Hungarian Empire…. The narrow, uphill […]

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  • Welcome to Budapest

    I was in Budapest early last week for business, but I also had some free time to explore the city. Budapest has a really great vibe – a laid back, happening place that’s a little reminiscent of Prague with its ornate, colorful architecture. First things first when I explore in Europe: gelato! One popular shop […]

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Kate J Hollingsworth