It’s fairly often that I’ll check in to a hotel without a microwave and sometimes even a fridge. But I’ve found a way to still make breakfast in my room and that’s through the no cook overnight oats. Here are my tips: Read More
Looking for the perfect gift for the traveler in your life? This guide has got you covered for the upcoming holidays. Here are some of my faves as well as a few things I’m totally coveting (hint hint!). Read More
Location: New Orleans, LA
Located inside the historic Monteleone Hotel is the Carousel Bar which features a real carousel and yes, it spins. No horses here, though. You’ll get your own bar stool and the rotation takes about 15 minutes so most likely you won’t get dizzy. The drinks are delicious too. I love the French 007 but the Pimm’s Cup is also refreshing. Read More
Recently, on a coffee stop before work, my coworker asked why I wasn’t grabbing breakfast. I replied that I had already had my avocado toast with sunnyside eggs for the day. “HOW?!” she asked. We were currently staying at a Fairfield Inn where the only “kitchen” we had was a mini fridge and microwave.
I’ve toured with Newsies for 2 years, living primarily in hotels sans kitchens. I found that not only does making my own breakfast save me money, it also keeps me healthier. Not to mention that I’m also hypoglycemic and slightly afraid to venture out without anything in my stomach.
So here’s how I do it. All you need is a a microwave, fridge, and microwaveable container (mug or Tupperware). If your room doesn’t have a mug or microwave, you can usually find these in the breakfast area or ask the front desk. Read More
We’ve all experienced some pretty grubby bathrooms while on the road. I’m certainly not proud about some of the places I’ve peed – including one Turkish toilet in a rest stop somewhere in France!
Here are my tips on finding a clean bathroom for you to use on your travels: Read More
To read about Part I of my road trip, click here.
Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL
After working for Disney Theatricals, I gained a better appreciation for Disney World. I went once as a teenager but since working for Newsies, I have been to both Disney theme parks a few times. Since we were also attending during the Food and Wine Festival, we decided to stay for 5 nights. Read More