I didn’t realize that the Queen of England was in the liquor business…
Lonely Planet reports that, “Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth II’s residence in London, has released a gin that’s infused with 12 botanicals hand-picked straight from the palace’s gardens.” Continue reading Queen Elizabeth Is Selling Buckingham Palace Gin To Raise Money
Over Winter Break 2019, the Michael W Travels family went on a Deep South Road Trip.
During the trip we visited five states, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama and North Carolina.
One of the highlights was our visit to Asheville, North Carolina. The city has a great mix of interesting sites, breweries and lots of great food. I’d consider it an awesome junk foodie destination! Continue reading A Must Visit In Asheville, North Carolina- Hole Doughnuts
When you stop by NYC’s Prince Street Pizza, odds are pretty hight that there will be a line. (I’m not sure how true that is at the moment due to the COVID-19 pandemic though.)
The shop is known for a variety of tasty pizzas, especially their Soho Squares topped with pepperoni. The shop is also famous for being in the location of the of the first Ray’s Pizza. Continue reading NYC’s Prince Street Pizza Is Expanding With New LA Shop This Summer
I love coming across funny signs both at home and while traveling around the world. Most of the time these signs aren’t meant to be funny, regardless, humor can be found in them.
From time to time, I post about funny signs which I like to call, Ridiculous Street Signs.
For the past few years, I’ve been a member of a Facebook group called, Every Passport Stamp. In the group, you can ask questions about harder to reach destinations and get lots of great tips and advice from a group full of experienced travelers. Continue reading Contributor Ridiculous Street Signs #16: Cebu City- Jesus Is My All…
Since going away for a night over July 4th weekend, there hasn’t really been much to report when it comes to miles, points and travel.
I’ve been busy taking classes and at this point, it looks like the only travel we’ll probably do next month is a road trip. Continue reading US Borders With Mexico & Canada Closed, Ridiculous Street Signs, US Cruises Banned By CDC Through September, 87-Year Old NYC Pizzeria & More- The Rehash!
Last month, I wrote about how my family got to eat a meal from NYC’s most exclusive restaurant. The restaurant is located in NYC’s East Harlem neighborhood which is a bit of a trip for us from our home in Brooklyn.
Whenever we find ourselves so far uptown, there’s a pizzeria that we have to visit. Grabbing a pie (or a few slices) from Patsy’s Pizzeria is a real treat and also pretty much a bargain. Continue reading Grab A Pie At 87 Year-Old Patsy’s Pizzeria In East Harlem, NYC
At the moment, it’s pretty difficult for Americans to travel anywhere besides within the country and that isn’t even so simple.
Yesterday, I shared news that the US borders with Canada and Mexico are closed until late August.
A couple of days back, the CDC “banned all US cruises through September after it documented thousands of onboard coronavirus infections as well as “ongoing” outbreaks on ships,” according to the New York Post. Continue reading US Cruises Banned By CDC Through September
The Coronavirus Pandemic has made traveling tough throughout the world. Currently, the American passport isn’t of much use if you’d like to travel to a long list of destinations.
Many Americans are hitting the roads, taking road trips to fulfill their desire for wanderlust.
If you’d like to drive over the border into Canada or Mexico, you’ll now need to wait a bit longer. Continue reading US Borders With Canada & Mexico CLOSED Until Late August
During our trip to Iceland, we visited lots of natural sites. We really enjoyed the diversity of these attractions and made it a point to see as much as possible.
While in Iceland, there was one site that we hoped to visit which reminded us of the amazing Giant’s Causeway (Northern Ireland) in a way. Continue reading Visiting The Church Floor In Kirkjubæjarklaustu, Iceland