From cozy bed and breakfasts in historic homes to unique boutique hotels to gorgeous vacation rentals, these are my favorite accommodation options.
What I love most about Hotels.com is their rewards program. Because, what’s not to love about the simplicity of a punch card approach to a free night’s stay? And ten nights on the road go by waaaaay faster than at home!
Guides, Tours, and Skip-the-Line Tickets
These are all of the experiences that bring a great trip in for a landing.
We love visiting America’s National Parks and collecting stamps in our Passport to National Parks. Because I’ve occasionally forgotten to pack our National Park Passport, I’ve purchased a set of the passport stickers by shopping America’s National Parks that I keep in my travel backpack. Problem solved!
Scavenger hunts are my favorite way to explore a new city! This fun blend of walking tour and interactive game offered by Let’s Roam always gets my daughter entrenched in the local history and culture.
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Food and Wine
From exploring new wineries to bring flavors from the road home, these are some of my favorite food and wine partners.
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Clothing, Footwear, Accessories, and Other Essentials
From great walking shoes to a comfy pajamas, these are some of the items I always pack for an adventure.
Beyond the cute, outdoorsy patterns and clever sayings, I’m addicted to the cell phone pocket in LazyOne‘s pajama bottoms. And when I say I’m addicted, I mean I’m not ashamed to admit that I have three different pairs, so don’t “moose” with me!