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Virginia Beach Travel Guide :: Where to Stay, Best Beach Spots & Restaurants

Put on the map earlier this year thanks to the Something in the Water Festival created by Pharrell, Virginia Beach is buzzing again. Nestled where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia Beach actually has a few different beaches for you to explore. I had the pleasure of calling Coastal Virginia home for nearly three years so I cannot wait to share my Virginia Beach travel guide. This is a local’s take on the best beaches, where to stay, what to eat and of course, things to do!

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Visiting Texas Tulips :: What You Need to Know

Even though I was born and raised in Texas, being away for more than five years makes me feel like I’m discovering new places to see and visit all the time. One of those places is Texas Tulips, nestled in Pilot Point, about an hour north of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Every year, this family-owned business opens up their tulip farm to the public and allow you to pick your own tulip stems. There are gorgeous and vibrant rows of Tulips in so many colors. If you are in the Dallas-area, I could not recommend a visit more! Johnny and I made the mini-trek in late March. Here’s what you need to know if you plan on making a visit.

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7 Magic Mountains :: A Must Visit in Las Vegas

Away from the sparkling lights and buzz of the Las Vegas strip, sits a patch of desert with colorful rocks stacked on top of one another. 7 Magic Mountains started out as a two-year art installation in 2016 but now will be on public view through 2021. It’s definitely unique, vibrant and very different from what you can experience on the strip. If you’re heading to Las Vegas, I would say it’s absolutely worth the 20-minute drive, even if you’re taking a Lyft or Uber. In this post, I’ll be sharing everything you need to know when planning your visit to 7 Magic Mountains.

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Our Stay at Nomo SoHo in New York City

New York City is without a doubt a magical place for us. We have been a handful of times but somehow the magic never fades. A neighborhood we are growing to love and spend more time in is SoHo. We’re so thankful the NoMo SoHo Hotel hosted us for our final night in New York City. A hidden gem in the hip neighborhood, NoMo SoHo has modern and stylish rooms without sacrificing comfort. You have everything you need and sweeping views of the city. The front desk was able to accommodate our early check-in around noon, which was very much appreciated!

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Where to Stay on a New York City Work Trip :: Innside New York Nomad

New York City is one of our favorite cities to travel to. We visit often for work but love getting to see friends, explore new eats and see new sights. There is always something to do in the city. However, most of our trips revolve around work so I want to share where to stay on a New York City work trip. Innside New York Nomad is known as an urban hotel for the work tripper. Centrally located in NoMad, it’s close to all the cool neighborhoods and big attractions. Our first meeting was a five-minute walk from the hotel. Talk about convenient! Plus, Innside New York Nomad has everything you need to work in your room and then get ready for business meetings or go out for dinner with colleagues.

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