The Michael W Travels family went on a trip to Portland Oregon a few months back.
This was our first time flying as a family of four. (Great job so far Theo!)
During our visit we had to check out the famous Portland food carts, Voodoo Doughnuts and find some fun things for Lucas to do (figure a kid-friendly museum and a park). Continue reading Visiting Mill Ends Park, the Smallest Park in the World
In late October, the Michael W Travels family went on a quick trip to Portland, Oregon. This would be the first flight for Theo!
Our day started out very early and before heading over to security at LaGuardia Airport, we stopped by the Amex Centurion Lounge for a quick breakfast.
When we got to security we then encountered a problem. Kim’s NYC ID wasn’t considered a valid form of identification according to the TSA. Continue reading How Did Kim Get To Fly Without Her ID?
Kim, Lucas and I were thrilled to recently add a new member to our family- Theo Oliver!
Since the three of us love to travel, we wanted to start our little guy off early. Lucas got to fly for the first time (to Barbados) at a week shy of three months old. This time around we were looking to going a bit sooner.
A couple of weeks back we headed to Portland, Oregon for a quick visit. This would be Theo’s first time on an airplane at just 7 weeks old!
Here’s some details of what it was like flying with two kiddies for the first time! Continue reading Theo Takes His First Flight at 7 Weeks Old!
Kim, Lucas, Theo & I recently got back from a quick trip to Portland, Oregon.
While we only had a few days there, it was still a really fun visit and the first time we all stepped foot in the state of Oregon. The trip was also Theo’s first time flying on a plane! (Lots of firsts!)
Here are the details that went into planning our trip to Portland, Oregon. Continue reading 40,154 Southwest points + $310.60= Trip for 4 to Portland, Oregon
I came across a great story which has to do with my favorite food, pizza.
The police might be going through an all-time low in popularity around the U.S. due to a couple of recent incidents which led to fatalities.
However, the police do stick their necks out on the line, day in and day out for us. When I think of the police, the motto- To Protect and Serve usually comes to mind. Continue reading To Protect And Serve…Pizza