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New York Travel: Buffalo Wing Trail

My hometown of Buffalo, N.Y., is home to “America’s Tastiest Drive,” the Buffalo Wing Trail. In the name of research and because I know my readers are curious, I tackled the trail but failed. One day was not enough to visit and nosh in a dozen wing pubs.

Where to Eat in Sunbury, Ohio

Planning a visit to Central Ohio? Here’s a foodie paradise. Where to eat in Sunbury, Ohio in Delaware County. In this part of the Buckeye State, you will find delicious eateries with many owned and operated by young entrepreneurs the world should watch.

Should a Solo Female Traveler Drink Absinth?

Should a solo female traveler drink absinth? I asked myself that question before booking an Airbnb Experience of an absinth tasting in Berlin, Germany.

Yes. I Drank a $27 Cocktail at Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Yes. I drank a $27 cocktail at Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., and I have no regrets. We are certainly living in strange times.

Cocina 214, One of the Best Restaurants in Daytona Beach, Fla.

A gorgeous beach view, delicious tacos, refreshing margaritas, and friendly staff make Cocina 214 one of the best restaurants in Daytona Beach.

Nibbling Florida’s Wild Edibles with Green Deane

Urban foraging is harvesting free food in urban environments. Not sure if you can eat the weeds in your backyard? Green Deane leads classes in Florida to help students identify wild edibles in their backyards and green (and not so green) spaces.

Florida Travel: Foo Foo Fest in Pensacola, Oct. 31 – Nov. 11, 2019

Fall is festival season in Florida and Foo Foo Fest in Pensacola is a fun, fabulous festival making it worth trip to the Sunshine State.

Florida Travel: Walking Tour Through Miami’s Little Havana

A walking tour of Miami’s Little Havana and Calle Ocho is like stepping into Cuba’s capital city. Dominoes, cigars, and mojitos are some of the experiences to savor during a visit to Little Havana. Either explore on your own, hire a guide, or join a group walking tour and let the rhythm move you.

Where to View Florida’s Murals

Dozens of Florida municipalities and private organizations have come together to commission artists and tell a story through gorgeous murals.

Florida Travel: Day in the Life at Gatorama Alligator Farm

What’s it take to run one of Florida’s oldest roadside attractions? Recently, I spent the day at Gatorama alligator farm in Southwest Florida to find out.

Nibbling Florida’s Wild Edibles with Green Deane

Urban foraging is harvesting free food in urban environments. Not sure if you can eat the weeds in your backyard? Green Deane leads classes in Florida to help students identify wild edibles in their backyards and green (and not so green) spaces.

How I Enjoy the Outdoors with My Dog

In the three years Radcliff has been in my life, I have learned a thing or two. This is how I enjoy the outdoors with my dog.

How I Got Buzzed (by Bees) on My Birthday

Here is a tale of getting a buzz, by bees, on my birthday with an #Airbnb Experience. It was exhilarating yet a little scary, being surrounded by honeybees in Southwest Ranches near Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Florida Travel: Sunken Gardens, a Paradise in the City

Nestled in downtown St. Petersburg among strip malls is Sunken Gardens, a paradise in the city. The botanical paradise is a living museum and one of Florida’s oldest roadside attractions.

Florida Travel: Walking Tour Through Miami’s Little Havana

A walking tour of Miami’s Little Havana and Calle Ocho is like stepping into Cuba’s capital city. Dominoes, cigars, and mojitos are some of the experiences to savor during a visit to Little Havana. Either explore on your own, hire a guide, or join a group walking tour and let the rhythm move you.

What to Pack for a Desert Trip

From my quick summer vacation to Death Valley over the summer, here are my 8 essentials of what to pack for a desert trip. From maps to water bottles, and sunscreen to Shinesty panties, carefully pack the essentials for a safe and comfortable adventure in the desert.

Ohio Memorial Honors Those Who Gave All in Fight Against Terrorism

the Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial in Sunbury. It serves as a remembrance of those service members from Ohio who have fallen during the War on Terrorism since Sept. 11, 2001.

Nevada Travel: Driving the Extraterrestrial Highway

I drove the 98.4-mile long Nevada State Route 375, the Extraterrestrial Highway. Why? I am curious about the Area 51 mystique.

Where Can You Hang Glide in Florida? Florida Ridge Air Sports Park in Clewiston.

Where can you hang glide in Florida? I found the perfect spot to do it, Florida Ridge Air Sports Park, in Clewiston in Southwest Florida.

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New York Travel: Buffalo Wing Trail

My hometown of Buffalo, N.Y., is home to “America’s Tastiest Drive,” the Buffalo Wing Trail. In the name of research and because I know my readers are curious, I tackled the trail but failed. One day was not enough to visit and nosh in a dozen wing pubs.

Nibbling Florida’s Wild Edibles with Green Deane

Urban foraging is harvesting free food in urban environments. Not sure if you can eat the weeds in your backyard? Green Deane leads classes in Florida to help students identify wild edibles in their backyards and green (and not so green) spaces.