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Sarasota – 5 Things You Shouldn’t Miss

Sarasota – 5 Things You Shouldn’t Miss

Located on the west coast of Florida, Sarasota is easily accessible by car or plane. Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport has flights from cities such as Atlanta, Newark NJ and Toronto and is located about 7 miles north of Sarasota beaches. I-75 and I-275 allow easy automobile access from St. Petersburg, Tampa and Naples. With an average temperature of 73 degrees, it’s a great location for family, couples or even solo visits.

I visited Sarasota after receiving tickets to have two items appraised on Antiques Roadshow, which was filming at the Ringling Museum. This was a perfect...

5 Things Not To Do On Amtrak

5 Things Not To Do On Amtrak

Riding Amtrak can be a lot of fun, as long as you follow some basic rules that will help everyone have a great trip. 

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Escape to St. Petersburg

Escape to St. Petersburg

I needed a break. With work, family, some health issues and life in general working my nerves I decided a one day staycation was due. I decided to escape to St. Petersburg. Once a sleepy town, St. Pete (as it’s known) has in the past 10 years grown in entertainment, culture and food & drink,...
5 Reasons I Love Traveling To Havana

5 Reasons I Love Traveling To Havana

People are surprised when they hear I went to Havana, Cuba for the first time and then returned 4 months later. Their first question is usually ‘How did you like it?’ and their second question in ‘Why did you go back so quickly?’ There are a lot of reasons I went back so soon,...

Cuba Travel On My Mind

Cuba Travel On My Mind

Traveling to Cuba had been on my bucket list for years. My dad was from Jamaica and had talked about his visits to the largest country in the Caribbean so that’s probably where I got my desire from. Since visits had been closed to Americans for over 50 years I never got the opportunity. Living...

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