Nobody plans to have car trouble. However, being prepared for the worst case scenario can be the difference between getting the help you need and being up the creek without a paddle. The key is having a roadside emergency kit – and knowing how to use it.
Provence is the stuff that dreams are made of. We fell in love with all the sights, flavors, and history of this divine place, and these photos will show you why.
For many travelers, visiting the Galapagos Islands is a dream come true. While islands themselves are individually beautiful, it is really the animals of the Galapagos that steal the show.
In Annapolis, Maryland, crab is king. Whether stuffed in omelets or held together in crab cakes with the tiniest bit of breadcrumbs, crab – in all its forms – is the heart of Annapolis food.
Everything we learned about the company who provided the elephant rides put our minds at ease. We thought we knew everything we needed to know. We were wrong.
If you’ve read Travel Addicts for any length of time, you know that our trips have sometimes been plagued by misadventures. You can never predict when Murphy’s Law will strike.
Barcelona’s most famous son is the architect Antoni Gaudi. His creative and whimsical designs have left an indelible mark on Barcelona and indeed the Catalan region, and are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On our recent trip to Spain, we sought out the works of Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona.
Gettysburg has been popular for decades for its history and its attractive downtown. A renewed focus on all things food and drink plus overall revitalization has ensured that there are plenty of great things to do in Gettysburg.
It’s not apparent at first what’s taking place in the lush, green orchard. As far as you can see, glass bottles hang from the trees. But once you see the sign for Manguin Distillery, it all makes a bit more sense.
“Get off my mountain!” It was said with a broad, toothy smile and a twinkle in the eye. Some visitors to the Margarita Adventures zip line need a little encouragement to take the leap of faith off the side of the hill and ride the steel cable known as “The Renegade.” But those who do are rewarded by with a thrilling experience on the Santa Margarita zip line…and wine tasting at the Ancient Peaks Winery.