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The Short Stay: Junkanoo Carnival in the Bahamas

The Short Stay: Junkanoo Carnival in the Bahamas

I’m on the East Coast, Pittsburgh to be exact. We’ve endured a seemingly never ending winter, so making a trip to the white sand and clear water beaches of Grand Bahama Island was a much-needed reprieve. Given the ambitious launch of direct flights from PGH airport to the island just 55 miles off the coast...
A New Way to Travel: DELI

A New Way to Travel: DELI

Venturing to a new city for the first time can be well, overwhelming to say the least. Where are you going to eat? What sites are you going to see? What stores are nearby that I can shop at? Are there any trendy local bars in the area? All of these are legitimate questions that have...
A Night Away: Whiteface Lodge

A Night Away: Whiteface Lodge

Nestled in the rolling hills of the Adirondacks, this sprawling campus captures modern luxury with rustic charm, offering an exquisite experience from accommodations to amenities. I’ve always heard that my home state was more than the big city but I wasn’t truly convinced until this 5-hour drive up north to Lake Placid. The grounds displayed...
Venezia - Bianco e Nero via Worldly

Venezia – Bianco e Nero via Worldly

Venezia in Bianco e Nero.  A visual story bringing you a black and white view of the beauty of Venezia. Every time I get home from a trip, I look through my computer and just gaze through all the photohraphs. Especially this past summer when I visited Venezia, a place where every step is a...
Stories from The Road: The Weekender by Troubador

Stories from The Road: The Weekender by Troubador

Traveling and seeing the world is awesome, but packing for that trip is not. You face a important dilemna before embarking on your trip: packing too much which means you have to check in a bag or pack light enough so you don’t have to. This is always the hardest part of your trip. Packing light...
Travel Essentials: Sandast

Travel Essentials: Sandast

When I travel I only pack two things, my weekender and a backpack. I have mastered the art of packing light, partly because I’d rather not deal with the hassle of checking in luggage but mostly because the possibility of the airlines losing my luggage. Yes, it has happened before. I got to my destination...