Philadelphia Travel Guide

Philly Love Sign

Philadelphia is famous for the Liberty Bell, Rocky Balboa, and Cheesesteaks.

The City of Brotherly Love is also the birthplace of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.

Philadelphia is home to a vast array of national treasures, a thriving culinary scene, beautiful parks, hip shopping, and a bustling sports scene.

Are you ready to pack your bags?

I have some fantastic recommendations for your next trip.

Make sure you pack your sneakers and get moving in one of the most walkable cities in America.

Don’t forget to pack an extra bag for shopping. All clothing and shoe purchases are tax-free.

My Philadelphia travel guide includes the top must-do things to plan your next visit.

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Austin Travel Guide

Austin, Texas

Austin ranks at the top of my list for places to visit. The capital of Texas has all of my favorites including Mexican food, Etsy style boutique shopping and a variety of outdoor activities. Austin is famous for it’s “dive joints” – eclectic, funky, mom and pop businesses that have a one-of-a-kind feel plus some of the best Tex-Mex and Barbecue in the state. Are you getting hungry? The city is a food lover’s paradise with no shortage of dining options. What once was a small hippie city has transformed into something much slicker thanks to big events like the SXSW music festival and celebrity sightings. My Austin travel guide includes the top must-do things to plan your visit. I also denote  V* for vegetarian and *GF for gluten-free dining options.

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