Over President’s Week break the Michael W Travels family headed to Barcelona.
Barcelona was the first European city I visited (around 20 years back) but it was the first visit for the rest of my family. It’s fun to revisit places I’ve been but I still like to squeeze in a new destination, too.
While planning the trip back to Spain, I knew this was the perfect opportunity to finally make it to Andorra, a tiny UN member state up in the Pyrenees mountains, between Spain and France. Continue reading 25 Hours In Andorra!→
There’s a good reason that museums have do not touch signs…
A man was visiting the National Watch and Clock Museum in Columbia, Pennsylvania when he got quite interested in one particular clock hanging on the wall. He took some photos and then felt the need to “poke and prod it,” according to T+L.
There are many great museums around the world. However, naming the best ones can definitely be subjective. I think if we were all asked to name our favorite museum, it’s safe to say that we’d get tons of different answers.
I highly doubt that some of my favorite museums would make any best-of lists.
At times, when things are free they end up being more enjoyable. In my opinion, when something is free the expectations are lowered. Less expectations can make for a more enjoyable time since you might not have to make sure to get full value, so to speak.
My guess is that the majority of you reading BoardingArea enjoy finding ways to save money while traveling. Maybe you’re looking for ways to maximize the value of your airline miles or hotel points and/ or find out the best way to manufacture spend to build up lots of miles economically. These are ways we can save on our travels in the long run.
It’s been a week since I last wrote about our Trip to Oklahoma. I wanted to finish the final installment so here is a post about some of the things we did during our final day in Tulsa.
After spending some time at Oktoberfest during the first two days of our trip we figured our last day would best be spent checking out the sites around Tulsa. This included checking out a couple of more Route 66 sites, meeting up with a local twitter travel friend, eating some tasty BBQ and checking out a couple of museums. Continue reading More Rt 66, BBQ & Museums: Oklahoma Trip: Day 3→
Museum sleepovers sound like a really fun event to take part in. You get to visit the museum with a much smaller crowd and do some fun kid-related activities after-hours. I’d love to experience one of these sleepovers with Lucas someday however the prices seem a bit steep… Continue reading A Kid Free Museum Sleepover→
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