Loveland Castle

Who knew that there were castles in Ohio? I surely didn’t. There were about 12 scattered around the Midwest state and my first taste of these fanciful estates was ChΓ’teau Laroche, also know as Loveland Castle. The construction of Loveland Castle began in the 1920. The designer and owner, Harry D. Andrews, built the castle […]

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Virtual Vacation Ideas

Although we can’t go far during Quarantine, we still have a whole world at our finger tips! Turning to virtual tours, live-stream web cams at national parks and zoos, and interactive sites have become very popular ways to escape the monotony of staying at home each and every day. These are a few of my […]

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CBUS Coffee Trail

It’s time to get caffeinated! If there’s one thing I truly love, besides travel and my fur family, it’s coffee. I need it everyday, and it’s safe to say I’m VERY addicted! My friends and I took a trip down Columbus’s Coffee Trail to see what variety it had to offer. The Columbus Coffee Trail […]

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Is Experimental Tourism For Me?

Traveling to far off places is always fun. Sometimes the routine of landing, checking in to a hotel, and spending days on tour or in museums can wear a bit thin. All of the art galleries start to resemble each other and you can hardly tell one cathedral from another. Have you fallen into a […]

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