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The A, B, C’s and 1, 2, 3’s of Hawaii, USA

Hello, and welcome to my next Destination Guide for places to go with Amazing Drinks, Best Brunch location and Conventions that can’t be missed during your next vacation or day trip to Hawaii. Come travel with me! A is for Amazing Drinks. The cocktails I have chosen to share are tropical amazingness, and can be found at a local bar or restaurant in Hawaii or create in your own home. Sandy bea[...]

The A, B, C’s and 1, 2, 3’s of Connecticut

Hello and welcome to my next destination guide for places to go for Amazing Drinks, the Best Brunch locations and Conventions or Events that can not be be missed during your vacation or day trip to Connecticut. Come travel with me. Downtown Skyline Hartford, Connecticut A is for Amazing Drinks that can be found in Connecticut, and this first one might surprise you. When I think of Connecticut,[...]

The A, B, C’s of California

California, show me your Amazing Drinks, Best Brunch locations and Conventions that are not to be missed. Los Angeles, California Skyline A is for amazing drinks, and California beverages speak to me. The state of California has not passed any legislation naming an official state drink, but the unofficial state drink of California is wine. So it can be Wine O’Clock any day, any time in Califo[...]

The A, B, C’s and 1, 2, 3’s of Arizona

Have you ever wondered what the A, B, C’s and 1,2,3’s of Arizona are? First, history, then fun. Arizona is a Southwestern United States State, best known for the Grand Canyon. It was admitted into the Union February, 1912 as the 48th state. Now let's travel to our southwestern friend for the fun part, Amazing Drinks, Best Local Food and Conventions/Events to attend. A is for Amazing Dri[...]

Wednesday Wonders – Golden Gate Bridge

Hello! Welcome to my next Wonder Lesch blog post. Which Wonder will I be exploring this week? The 8,980 feet long, 90 feet wide and 746 feet high California Historical Landmark named the Golden Gate Bridge. Construction of the bridge began January 5, 1933 and was completed and opened for passengers May 27, 1937. At the time of its opening it was the longest and tallest suspension bridge in the world.[...]

Wednesday Wonders – Versailles Palace

Hi, Wonder Lesch again! This is part three of the Parisian mini-series, where I recommend things to do in this wonderful city to enjoy it the best. Let me know in the comments if you have been enjoying this kind of content, I certainly have been enjoying writing it, and knowing that many of you get to know these details about the city, and maybe get inspired to travel to France someday. Versailles[...]

Wednesday Wonders – Seattle Space Needle

I Wonder if there is a Wheedle on the Needle? Read this post to find out! In this Wonder Lesch blog post I will be sharing with you a city landmark and icon for Seattle, Washington, The Space Needle. This observation tower was once the tallest structure west of the Mississippi River upon its completion in 1962. This historical observation tower was built for show during the 1962 World's Fair - Exposit[...]

Wednesday Wonders – Paris Museums

Hello and welcome to my next Wonder Lesch blog post. I am liking the Paris theme and decided to keep that theme going. I certainly hope that you have been enjoying these Paris posts, and if you’re interested in another city for me to talk about, please leave it in the comments! One cannot simply talk about the wonderful activities in Paris without speaking about the city’s enriching cultural ex[...]

Wednesday Wonders – The Eiffel Tower

Hello and welcome to my next Wonder Lesch blog post where I will present you with one of the most outstanding places to visit in Paris, along with some pro tips that you can also implement along the way. I want to start this post talking about one of the most renowned and recognizable structures in the world. It is, of course, the Eiffel Tower. With its 984 feet, it stands at the center of the city[...]

Wednesday Wonders – New Year’s Food & Fireworks

Happy New Year to all of you! This post for my Wonder Lesch blog will be exploring New Year's celebrations and traditions around the world. A bit of history first, then the fireworks. Have you ever wondered where some of the celebrated New Year's traditions come from? Did you know the day of the New Year was once observed on the date of the first full moon after the Vernal Equinox? This solar patt[...]