Travels

Lexington – Drinkin’ Bourbon Til The Cows Come Home (And Kick You Out)

Lexington is a hard place not to love. Who doesn't enjoy rolling pastures, winding country roads, idyllic horse farms, and historic bourbon distilleries?

Surprise!! Nashville Rocks!

If you had asked me a year ago which destination I thought would be the first we'd return to, I can assure you my answer would not have been 'Nashville.'

Walking in Memphis, Part II – The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine...

If there is one word I would use to describe the National Civil Rights Museum, it is "exhausting."

Walking in Memphis, Part I – Graceland

We wanted to visit Graceland because it's one of those bucket list things you kinda have to do if you're out on a Great American Road Trip, but we almost bagged the idea...

From History to Hot Water – Dallas, Texas to Hot Springs, Arkansas

There were three major things I wanted to see in Dallas: (1) Dealey Plaza; (2) the George W. Bush Presidential Library; and (3) Cowboys Stadium burn to the ground.

Austin, Part II – Bikes, Bats, & Barbecue

While we did not get to do everything we wanted to do in Austin, we did see and do a lot.

Good Luck and Great Timing in Austin

When it came to Austin, our timing was spot on, luck was on our side, and the end result was an awesome two week visit to a fantastic city.

Mixed Feelings in San Antonio

Our week in San Antonio was very much a mixed bag. There were things we liked; there were things we disliked.

Houston, We Have A Problem: The Level 9 Tour Is Way Overpriced

The time we paid way too much for a tour of the Johnson Space Center

Expectations Exceeded in Galveston, Texas

I booked a stay in Galveston because it was located along our route between New Orleans and San Antonio. But as our visit got closer, we began second guessing.

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