After Jacksonville and St. Augustine, my mom and I drove down to Ocala to spend the last two days of our mother/daughter trip to Florida. Ocala is a lesser-known place to visit in Florida, but one that a local told me was a "do not miss" because of the beautiful Silver Springs State Park. While
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Jacksonville has so much to offer from downtown to "Jax Beach" and even in-between, there is a lot to do. I visited here with my mom on a trip around northeast Florida. We had four jam-packed days to try the coolest things to do in Jacksonville. Before visiting, I did a lot of research and
Ever since I was younger, I always wanted to go to the Florida Keys. I'd been to Florida on vacation, but they always seemed inaccessible since they were so far South, and I imagined them as exclusive and expensive. Well, they aren't more expensive than other areas of Florida I've been and it was actually
Let there be a reason I get to come to Florida every year! I went last year and had the best time, so this year when Visit Florida asked me to come back I brought my mom along to join in on the fun. We started off in Kissimmee which was the perfect place to
I visited Winter Haven, Florida on a press trip with Visit Florida and Visit Central Florida. I hadn't heard of the town before, and didn't know Legoland was a real place. I had vaguely heard of the movie, but being in India the last few years I do miss some things that go on back
How She’s Empowering Women Around the World One Retreat at a Time: An Interview with Alexandra Baackes
Welcome to our interview with Alexandra Baackes, the blogger behind Alex in Wanderland and founder of Wander Women Retreats! Each month we're highlighting different female travelers who have really made the world their oyster. Rachel always had a fearless way of traveling, and we want to celebrate other women who share her same spirit. Ask any female
Have you ever been to a place that kept pulling you back? You visit again and again and never get sick of it. It constantly shows you new things, there are new surprises, and you uncover something else you love about it with each visit? One of those places for me is Oregon. I will