Travel Journal #15 What should you do? As travel bloggers, we feel that it is important to recommend that anyone who is considering traveling right now, should not. If you … Continue Reading Travel in the time of Coronavirus
While we’re on the subject of Street Art, we’ve decided to go on a short adventure across the Gulf of Mexico, with a visit to the cultural capital of Florida; … Continue Reading Wynwood Walls – Miami Street Art
The Pacific Northwest has some incredible wilderness areas to explore. The Coast Mountain range stretches along the Pacific coast from Canada to Oregon. In this wild landscape you can find … Continue Reading Mount Baker & Glacier, WA
Happy Halloween everyone! We are celebrating the end of another month, bidding farewell to the month of October. We’ve enjoyed a wonderful autumn so far, and we are excited to … Continue Reading November 2019 Wallpaper
Midtown Manhattan is home to some of the most popular destinations in New York City. Many of the cities most iconic landmarks – the Empire State Building, Times Square, Broadway … Continue Reading Midtown Manhattan
Today we are continuing the journey we started yesterday, following our afternoon of exploring the MoMA in New York City. Welcome back to the Museum of Modern Art. The museum … Continue Reading Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) – Part Two
We were trying to find a unique way to show off our experiences at the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York City, because “we saw art, it was … Continue Reading Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) – Part One
There are so many things to do in New York, its hard to keep track. No matter how long you stay in the city, you’re going to miss a lot … Continue Reading Museum of the Moving Image
Manhattan is the most densely populated Burrough in New York; the narrow island is home to over 1.6 million people and most of the tallest buildings in the city. There … Continue Reading Central Park & Upper Manhattan [nyc]
Lower Manhattan is New York’s primary financial district and here you will find Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve. Lower Manhattan was where the original … Continue Reading Lower Manhattan & the Staten Island Ferry
The Empire State Building requires very little introduction. It was built in 1931, and for a long time, it was the tallest building in New York and the world. While … Continue Reading Empire State Building [nyc]
New York is one of the most amazing cities in the world and there are many incredible things to do when you visit. It is impossible to see everything in … Continue Reading 9 Incredible things we did in New York
We just got back from visiting friends who live in New York and we had an amazing time exploring the city for a few days. It was a short trip; … Continue Reading Wandering Around Brooklyn
We just got back from New York and are excited to begin sharing some of our adventures! New York is one of the most unique cities in the world and … Continue Reading Prospect Park & Brooklyn Waterfront [nyc]
Travel Journal #13 Last weekend we took a mini-vacation; we gave ourselves 4 days to explore New York and the city rewarded us with an amazing trip. We were visiting … Continue Reading Hello Brooklyn!
Travel Journal #12 Start spreading the news; we’re going to New York City for a few days! This was sort of a last minute trip we put together, and we’re … Continue Reading We’re going to New York!