Travel and History: Ep. 1 – Prague, The Czech Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Cyril and Methodius

As a history buff, especially World War II history, one of my favorite things to do when traveling is to check out historic sites. Eastern Europe has an incredibly rich history and there are countless places that will take you back in time. This is the story of one of my favorites. On May 27, […]

Flight Review: World’s Longest Flight (EWR-SIN) Singapore Airlines Premium Economy

Date: 11/21/18 Airline: Singapore Airlines Flight Number: SQ21 Aircraft: Airbus A350-900ULR Origin: EWR – Newark, NJ (USA) Destination: SIN – Singapore, Singapore Flight Time: 18 hours, 15 minutes Cabin: Premium Economy Seat: 32A Introduction: Earlier this year Singapore Airlines announced the return of their Newark to Singapore non-stop route. Singapore hadn’t flown the route since […]

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

As a destination for travelers worldwide, the 2011 version of Busch Gardens in Tampa is quite different from the 1959 version. Today, Busch Gardens encompasses 335 acres of modern day theme park rides, exhibits, shows, and conveniences. With seven roller coasters and three water rides, there is plenty to occupy the time of the thrill […]

South Beach

If you’re looking for a quiet place to relax, a quaint little town with not much going on, South Beach… is not it!! This southern section of world famous Miami Beach is a mecca for shopping, dining, people watching, and excitement in general. Relaxation is certainly possible, by the hotel pool or at the beach […]

Coral Castle — Homestead

Mystery surrounds this small attraction just off US1 between Miami and Homestead. Latvian immigrant Ed Leedskalnin is said to have carved and assembled the tons of coral rock forming the walls, tower, and interior pieces of the castle and garden singlehandedly, using only primitive hand tools. He went to great lengths to ensure that no […]

St. Augustine Lighthouse

From the Castillo de San Marcos, to the St. Augustine Lighthouse, to the mythical “Fountain of Youth”, history lovers will find a bounty of spots to explore in America’s oldest city. One of the first stops should be the St. Augustine Lighthouse. Black and white and visible from across the river, it was built in […]

Daytona International Speedway – All Access Tour

The new All Access Tour at the Daytona International Speedway is just the ticket for a Saturday afternoon, whether you’re a NASCAR fan or not. Race fans and sports fans alike will enjoy the tram ride along the road course and pit road, with stops at the Sprint Fan Zone, Victory Lane, the Driver/Owner meeting […]