I’ve lived in Vegas for ten years and along the way I’ve drank too much, spent too much money, and I’ve also learned a lot about how to correctly enjoy the city without breaking the bank. I recently wrote a post for Travel Pass Magazine giving tips on how to visit Vegas without breaking the bank. Check it out!
Anyone who knows me knows that I LOVE traveling solo! It is one of my favorite things ever. Recently, I wrote a guest blog for Travel Pass Magazine about traveling solo. Check it out!
I recently did a guest post for Culturewithtravel.com on visiting Europe and how to deal with language barriers when traveling. Check it out! Thank you again for Nicolette and Culture With Travel!
Every time I see a video on how to fit everything in a carry-on bag when traveling, I usually roll my eyes because it’s usually some skinny or petite person in the video.
Since returning from Europe, I have been seriously slacking on my travel writing. Two reasons:
If I am traveling somewhere solo for the first time, I prefer to do tours to get to know my surroundings. Who am I kidding; I prefer to find the closest bar. But after that, I like to get to know the city i’m in.
I knew when I first booked my trip to Europe that I wanted to sleep in a hostel at least one night. It’s been on my bucket list forever! I researched hostels pretty extensively beforehand, especially because I’ve seen the lovely movie Hostel, and because I’ve heard of every hostel horror story there is (see also: Bed bugs). I also was going to be staying in one alone. After being highly recommended by the Twitter account @HostelWorld, I decided to book my stay at Clink78.
First things first, I have no idea how I ate so much food for 12 days in Europe and I didn’t gain a pound. I ate EVERYTHING! For once my slow metabolism gave me a break.
I visited London, Amsterdam, Paris, Rome, and Denmark while in Europe and these were the best items I ate. #IHeartCarbs
I always hear people talk about how they can’t travel because they don’t have the time or the money. Yes, some places can be expensive but there are also ways to see different parts of the world without selling your soul breaking the bank. The quick visit to Grand Canyon, I took a couple years back, is still is one of the most relaxing days I’ve ever had!
Aria, 3730 S. Las Vegas Blvd. 89109
Tourists always ask me where they should go eat and I am usually no help because I rarely eat on The Strip. I did, however, eat at Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie (inside Aria) for another job and it was one of the best and most memorable meals I’ve ever had.