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White Sands, Stunning Views & Chiles: An Amazing Road Trip to...

White Sands National Monument, Albuquerque & El Paso Roadtrip
While some people prefer to just flyover, El Paso & Albuquerque have some amazing sights including one of the most unique areas in the entire country!

Hotel Review – Hyatt Regency DFW Airport

Hyatt Regency DFW - Room
A full review of my recent stay at the newly renovated Hyatt Regency DFW located just outside of Dallas Fort Worth International Airport's Terminal C.

5 Fabulous Free Activities In Downtown Dallas

During my recent trip to Dallas I discovered five amazing free activities in the Downtown area which can be enjoyed by the entire family!

Driving Through The Bayou!

I have always wanted to go to New Orleans, so when I awoke this morning, I did it with a little excitement, knowing that in a few hours I would be in the Big Easy. The only place we wanted to visit in Houston was the children’s museum. Unfortunately for us, the only day it isn’t open is Monday and guess what…… yes, that’s right it is Monday. With that unfortunate news, we decided to head straight to New Orleans after eating a bit of lunch in Houston. To be honest we just didn’t love the feel of Houston.

Why All Dese Mosquitos Always Bitin’ On Me?

We woke up this morning with a slight roller coaster hangover but all together feeling pretty good. Jasmine and I didn’t really want to do to much walking today so we planned a light itinerary. Our first and only stop in Dallas was going to be downtown.

Roller Coasters, Holy Rollers!

I consider myself a roller coaster lover (not quite to the level of an enthusiast), so on this trip across the United States I want to experience as many theme parks as I can. Six Flags has a great season pass program this year, allowing us to see all of their parks with the same pass. We plan to see as many as possible.

Choo Choo B-Q!

Today was the first day since we left that we were stationary without much on the itinerary. We decided that we would take it easy, start a little later than usual and then head out to the main park in town. Brackenridge Park is 343 acres and sports a zoo, Japanese Tea Garden and even a miniature train that runs on about two miles of track around the park.

A “Super” Day in San Antonio!

Today started late as Shawn Reece and I couldn’t sleep last night partly due to the time adjustment, but mostly due to the rain, wind and thunder outside. However, he did jump up promptly for breakfast when his mother offered. No matter how much sleep he has had, Shawn Reece will never turn down an offer for food.