U.S. National Parks, USA Travel

Canyon de Chelly National Monument | Exploring Arizona

Canyon de Chelly National Monument Canyon de Chelly National Monument was one of the most intriguing and interesting places that I had visited in the Southwest. This canyon in Northeastern Arizona is owned entirely by the Navajo Tribal Trust of the Navajo Nation and is the only National Park Service unit to be cooperatively managed… Continue reading Canyon de Chelly National Monument | Exploring Arizona

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Grand Canyon National Park – The South Rim vs The West Rim | Exploring Arizona

The Grand Canyon is one of America's national treasures and is on many people's Bucket List from around the world. Arizona is the home of this magnificent canyon that was carved out by the Colorado River six million years ago, or sixteen million years ago, whichever study that you agree with. However long it took,… Continue reading Grand Canyon National Park – The South Rim vs The West Rim | Exploring Arizona

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Desert Botanicals Gardens & the Marshall Butterfly Pavilion | Phoenix, Arizona

As my sun sign is in Capricorn, an earth sign, I enjoy anything with a grounding nature. That is why I have a deep fondness for mountains, forests, vegetable dishes and gardens. One of my favorite things to do while traveling is visit a garden, if my schedule permits. This might have to do with… Continue reading Desert Botanicals Gardens & the Marshall Butterfly Pavilion | Phoenix, Arizona

UNESCO, USA Travel

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West | A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Phoenix, Arizona- "Form follows function", a phrase I first learned on my initial visit to Frank Lloyd Wright's home studio in Oak Park, a suburb of Chicago. From that point on, I felt a connection with Wright's forward thinking of architecture. Over the past two decades, I had visited many of his designed buildings and… Continue reading Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West | A UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Little White House | Warm Springs, Georgia

A Detailed Look into FDR's Little White House FDR's Little White House- A simple and modest home tucked away in the woods of Warm Springs, Georgia. This was where Franklin D. Roosevelt found solace during his presidency and swam in the local hot springs hoping to find a cure for the later effects of childhood… Continue reading Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Little White House | Warm Springs, Georgia

Global Dining, USA Travel

Noshing on the Original Multi-Ethnic Eating Tour | Big Onion Walking Tours, NYC

As a chronic traveler, I have been on my share of walking tours on both hemispheres; I have also been to The Big Apple many times over. The funny thing is that I have never done the Big Onion Walking Tour before, although it had been on my radar for over a decade. There was… Continue reading Noshing on the Original Multi-Ethnic Eating Tour | Big Onion Walking Tours, NYC

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Respects to MLK | A Visit to the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park

Early morning, April 4thShot rings out in the Memphis skyFree at last, they took your lifeThey could not take your pride In the name of loveWhat more in the name of love?In the name of loveWhat more in the name of love- 'Pride' U2 "Marching for Change." While visiting Atlanta, Georgia I took one solid… Continue reading Respects to MLK | A Visit to the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park

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A Walk Through Savannah, Georgia

I love to walk. If you have ever traveled with me or expect to travel with me, know that I enjoy walking. If I am not exhausted, dehydrated or very hungry expect that I will enjoy a stroll for miles while on holiday. If not in vacation mode, I do drive. The city of Savannah… Continue reading A Walk Through Savannah, Georgia