Our first stop along our 16 day road trip through Spain was Valencia. We woke up a bit late on Saturday because we were jet lagged and exhausted from the flight. Thunder was vibrating through our AirBnB as it started pouring rain. Not exactly the warm welcome I was expecting.
It will never happen to me, right?
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Living in Denver all my life, you would think that I would have made a visit to Moab by now – only a five and a half hour drive. This year I went for the first time and even though it was just a weekend, I had a great time!
Summer in Colorado is one of my favorite seasons of the year! If you are planning to visit, this is a great time.
About a year ago, I was talking to Luke about travel and he was saying that he would like to go on a solo trip at some point.
Bringing new life to lower downtown Denver, Dairy Block has made my list of places that I will return to again and again.
I have lived in Colorado my whole life, but somehow there are still so many things that I haven’t experienced. This year, I have decided to start a bucket list of summer activities that I want to do so I can start to check them off!
Summer is here and that means visiting some of my favorite summer bars. Whether it’s a great view or a nice patio, I’ve got you covered. Pull up a seat, grab a drink, and bask in the sunshine or the glory of a great view. Look no further, the best summer bars in Denver are here!
San Francisco, the city where you can cross continents within blocks. Beautiful, diverse, and friendly. If you haven’t been, you absolutely need to visit.
I love hiking but I am too busy to be able to spend all my time deep in the woods. With so many trails near Denver, there’s no need to go out of your way to reconnect with nature. Continue reading “8 Hiking Trails Within 40 Minutes of Denver”