If you have a day (or a weekend) to spend in Seattle, these are my top 8 recommendations for solo travelers who want to get their fix of the Pacific Northwest!
A fantasy exhibit at the Museum of Popular Culture in Seattle has me enthralled! Definitely one for the bucket list, you can pet a dragon, take photos on a throne, check out weaponry from Lord of the Rings and see costumes from the likes of Harry Potter and more!
Is it a coincidence I was watching “Dracula” – the 2020 drama-horror Netflix television serial developed by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, when I ended up in Seattle and found this exhibit which is all about cinematic terror and the unsettling emotions it brings about in us (and which we love, apparently). Take a peek inside MoPop, Seattle’s art museum exclusively dedicated to all things pop culture and their infamous “Scare Exhibit”, not for the faint of hearted!
Take an intergalactic journey as you explore iconic sci-fi artifacts. More than 150 artifacts from iconic films and television shows, “Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction” invites you to experience the incredible range of storytelling found in science fiction: from Star Trek to H.G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds, from big-budget Men in Black to the Philip K. Dick-inspired Blade Runner to the Battlestar Galactica series.
With SO many of my American friends + clients booking safaris now that COVID is over and travel restrictions are lifted, I thought I would share a collage of beautiful photos from a trip I took in late 2019 pre-COVID. Pssst. You might want to read this: WISE AFRICAN PROVERBS How many people in the…
A look at the Top Ten Things to do in Hamburg, from my eyes to yours. Featuring Nutella Pancakes, miniature train tracks, chocolate pastries, beer, pretzels, cobblestone streets and botanical gardens – not to mention churches and world war 2 memorials! If you’re a subscriber – lucky you, some extra video content – if not, why not subscribe today!?
Kate + William are in Belize right now. They’re doing pretty much everything I did. (Including listening to the Howler Monkeys at the Caracol Archaeological Site and freaking out like I did!!) So – here are my top experiences in this beautiful, tropical, Caribbean country – and some exclusive behind-the-scenes content that you will never…
Access to Nefertari’s Tomb is highly exclusive and monitored. This secluded spot in the Valley of the Queens is famous for housing the mummy of the first of The Great Royal Wives of Ramses the Great. Click for more
An intimate peek into the Tomb of King Tut, pre-COVID. It’s hand-painted walls of gold include pictures of baboons, deities of the Egyptian Underworld