We attempt to see London in a day … and fall short. But the fun is in the trying.
“We want to live in a world where plants and fungi are understood, valued, and conserved.”
I want to live in that world, too.
Read about our visit to London’s magnificent Kew Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
I have never met a person who doesn’t love food. Ask someone what their favorite food is, and you have a guaranteed conversation starter. In fact, that was the opening question posed by our guide from Taste It Tours, who we joined for a culinary walking tour in Scottsdale, Arizona.
In looking for our next home, it must be a place that inspires stories. Our globetrotting friends have so many wonderful stories of their own, and this guest post from Jackie Stanfield shares her adventures as a single woman traveling in Muenster, Germany.
After a fun weekend of weird adventures in Austin, Texas, my friend Leah and I hit the road for a day trip to Waco, home of Chip and Joanna Gaines’s Magnolia Market.
As we were driving up I-35, I received an email from Joanna announcing that the next season would be the last for their HGTV show Fixer Upper. It was an email blast that went to thousands of people at the same time, but I did feel as though she knew we were heading her way.
We drowned our sorrows in beautiful home decor and Lemon Lavender Cupcakes, plus Beaver Nuggets from the world famous Buc-ee’s.
Click the link to read all about our adventures in Waco, plus a copycat cupcake recipe, on We Married Adventure!
To be honest, I had never heard of Glen Canyon until we were setting up camp on the shores of Wahweap Bay, an offshoot of the iconic Lake Powell.
Ironic, because the lake we had come to see was man-made, actually sitting on top of Glen Canyon and created by the damming of the Colorado River in 1963. Having just crossed the state line from Utah into Arizona, we were stopping here to wash off the high desert dust in one of America’s most famous and scenic water-borne playgrounds.
On my way to Morocco last April, I scheduled a long layover in Paris. I’d never been there before, and as a general rule, I try to pack as much into a layover as possible, even if it’s somewhere I visit frequently. No sense in staying at the airport and missing an adventure!
Call it the “Anthony Bourdain” syndrome, but we’re always happy to pack as much adventure into a layover as we can.