I have been trying to get a coveted reservation for Oh, Christmas Tea for about 8 years now. Beginning October 1st each year, reservations open for the Holiday Tea. They are usually sold out within hours. This year, I scored! One of the most prestigious hotels in Texas, The Adolphus was built by the famous beer … Continue reading Holiday Tea at The Adolphus Hotel – Dallas, Texas
Part of The Blog Cabin’s 31 Days of Spooky Fun 2017 Series I love Los Angeles. So much so, I don't know how I became an East Coast girl for almost 9 years of my life. Tons to do and so much to see and so much History. And with that comes some pretty creepy stories. … Continue reading 13 Haunted Places in Los Angeles
Part of The Blog Cabin’s 31 Days of Spooky Fun 2017 Series I came across this Reader's Digest article today. All credit goes to Aly Walansky and Reader's Digest. Planning a Halloween getaway? These hotels are possibly haunted, maybe have a dark and mystery history, and are absolutely more than a little SPOOKY. Proceed if … Continue reading These Are the Most Haunted Hotels in America
One of my favorite holidays is coming up. This October I will be writing about places to go, things to see and some pretty interesting historical tidbits to help get you in the mood for Halloween. Stay tuned!
Must be 21 to ride. Deep in The French Quarter in the lovely Monteleone Hotel is The Carousel Bar. Installed in 1949, the Carousel Bar is a 25-seat bar. Pulled by a chain, it is powered by a 1/4 horsepower motor and turns on 2,000 steel rollers. One complete revolution is made every 15 minutes. … Continue reading The Carousel Bar – New Orleans, Louisiana
In New Orleans on the corner of Poydras and Barrone is a 10 story hotel on the National Register of Historic Places that just oozes history. In 1907, the building was opened as a hotel. It was renamed 6 years later. During the Time of Prohibition, the hotel was popular with dignitaries and the rich … Continue reading Le Pavillon Hotel – New Orleans, Louisiana
This post is not just for chicks traveling solo. It can be for guys traveling solo, or family travel or for anyone, really. Almost always, I look at a trip I want to take and then look at the total cost of it and it is so disheartening. I question whether I can do it … Continue reading Chicks Traveling Solo – Let’s Prepay That Trip