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Trip Planning – 30 Day Checklist

Trip Planning – 30 Day Checklist

I can’t believe Jason and I leave for our trip to Italy 1 month from today!!  I guess one of the benefits of planning trips pretty last minute is that they are here before you know it! I’ve shared a few posts on my trip planning so far, I’ve done plenty of research and at … Continue reading

Trip Planning – Savings Tips!

Trip Planning – Savings Tips!

Welcome to another edition of “Trip Planning”!   I love researching and planning trips and thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite resources and tips as I plan a trip to Italy for Jason and I in March. Today we’re talking savings tips! I really enjoy taking tours when I travel. … Continue reading

An Update.

An Update.

Hello dear friends! I am so sorry, I have been a terrible blogger as of late and I have no real reason or excuse for it – do forgive me! Sometimes I just struggle with a lack of inspiration to write and to be honest, I don’t like to force posts.  Whenever I do, they … Continue reading

Trip Planning – A Race Abroad?

Trip Planning – A Race Abroad?

Seeing as that this blog is primarily about running and I’m assuming mostly read by runners, there’s a good chance that many of you reading have planned a trip or vacation around running a race. Well, I have to admit, when I began thinking about planning a trip to Italy in March over my break from … Continue reading

Trip Planning – Research Resources

Trip Planning – Research Resources

A few weeks ago I wrote a post talking about how I was starting to research and plan a trip to Italy for Jason and I in March.  I initially had been planning on looking for a nice organized tour group that fit the dates we could travel and was visiting the cities we wanted … Continue reading

Trip Planning!

Trip Planning!

For years Jason and I have talked about going to Italy. Unfortunately with our schedules when we both used to work in professional hockey, the only time of year we were able to go would have been summer and honestly, as much as I wanted to go, the idea of standing in un-airconditioned museums in the brutal … Continue reading