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Welcome to Travleidoscope! Hey, what’s with the name?  Traveleidoscope is a combination of the words travel and kaleidoscope.  While a kaleidoscope creates colorful patterns, it doesn’t ever seem to produce the same pattern twice.  And so, I want my love of travel and outdoorsy activities to be sort of like a kaleidoscope - never really getting the same experience twice!  I’ll share what I’ve learned in my adventures through 60 countries and territories (including the bumps and bruises of it all!).   Hope you enjoy! Thanks for stopping by and here’s to always having a bon voyage! 

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Welcome to Traveleidoscope - The resource for people whose idea of a vacation is taking in everything a place has to offer!  

Want to cycle, raft or kayak?  We've  done it!  Interested in a unique museum ? We can recommend one!  We offer suggestions for trips both near and far. Whether it’s sightseeing or scuba diving, we’ve probably done it and we'll offer inspiration for your next memorable vacation!  

April 20, 2019

St. Patrick’s Day is upon us! Most of us will probably raise a glass or two, but it doesn’t have to be beer! Here are five drinks to try for St. Patty’s Day, from the traditional to the not-so-traditional! Sláinte!

April 20, 2019

On a recent ski trip to Mont Tremblant (or simply, Tremblant), in Quebec, I resolved to try new foods, like I usually do. Here are some foods I got to try!

April 19, 2019

Heading to the Miami area? Looking for unique experiences, but don’t want to spend a ton of cash? Well, here are some fun and mostly free things to do!

April 19, 2019

With Easter upon us, many in the U.S. are thinking about visits from the Easter Bunny and all the candy he’ll bring. Others may be getting ready to dye and decorate eggs. Still others who celebrate the Christian holiday may be more reflective, considering Easter to be...

April 19, 2019

After you come back from a trip you’ve probably got a lot of what I call “trip detritus”. You know what I’m talking about – ticket stubs, maps, random left over foreign currency, etc. What do you do with all of that?

February 16, 2019

New Orleans is probably the first place that comes to mind when you think of Mardi Gras, but did you know there are lots of other places that celebrate some version of Mardi Gras?  Here are three that totally on my bucket list!

February 9, 2019

Last week, I wrote about 10 Ways to Stay Healthy When You Travel. This week, here's what to do if you get sick on a trip!

February 3, 2019

As a former flight attendant, I spent A LOT of time in the air, and on the road, so I learned a fair amount about staying healthy when traveling!  While there are probably a ga-jillion ways to stay healthy, and there’s no guarantee that you won’t ever get sick on the r...

January 25, 2019

Okay, full disclosure - it’s not actually a “free” ski trip.  Rather, it didn’t cost me anything extra for hotel and skiing.  Since that wasn’t easy to work into a blog post title, I went with “free”.  Here’s how I got our hotel and skiing at Mont Tremblant without she...

January 20, 2019

Is there any better way to spend a Saturday than with brunch and a vodka distillery tour? Tossing aside our new year's resolutions to not overindulge, we headed first to Frankford Hall for brunch, then to Federal Distilling for a Stateside Urbancraft Vodka tasting.

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