No Kids, Will Travel

A Quick Post of Some Boats

Its been a busy week, complete with a career change. I did take time out to view a boat show in St. Petersburg, FL. I’ll update you all on the career change next week.

Enchanted Christmas- St. Petersburg

The sun is still shining high and the air is still warm here in Tampa but that doesn’t seem to stop the locals from getting in the holiday spirit.  We found Tropicana Feild, the home of the Tampa Bay Ray’s baseball team transformed into an electrically charged Christmas wonderland. Enchanted Christmas– St. Petersburg is a […]

A Day Trip to the World

We live an hour away from a land of dreams. A world where fantasy and reality meet to inspire. You may think we are talking about the Magic Kingdom. You’re close but we are talking about the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow or EPCOT for short. The vision for EPCOT was to include an urban […]

Relaxation One Tweet at a Time

The past week has been really busy for us and as the busyness increases so can the stress.  A way to beat the stress, especially when it’s cloudy and cool is to search twitter for @anguillabeaches . You will find a series of short videos that help you fantasize about a warm place with clear […]

A Revelation at Arlington Cemetery

If you visit Arlington National Cemetary just across the Potomac River from Washington, DC there are many things to move you. The wide-open spaces of the military cemetery and its rolling hills with its evenly spaced graves with identical markers are easily considered beautiful. The reverence and tradition of the “Old Guard” unit that marks […]

The Scarlet Rails of South Florida

Virgin Trains, a subsidiary of Virgin Group, is a privately funded rail company is developing 170 miles of new track into the completed state-of-the-art intermodal facility located in the new South Terminal at the Orlando International Airport (MCO) as part of the company’s Phase 2 expansion into Central Florida. “This is a historic milestone on […]

Cruising Conference

Cruising Conference

The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) announced at its conference this weekend that they are stepping up efforts to make the USVI an even greater destination for the cruise industry. The USVI delegation, which included Commissioner of Tourism Joseph Boschulte, his team at the Department of Tourism and representatives from The West Indian Company Limited and […]