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Marriott Hotel review in Copenhagen

Wendy / September 25, 2017

   When Michelle and I started on our journey of the U.K, it felt like I was living someones else’s life. Traveling out of the country was a dream come true for me, have lived a sheltered life growing up and now here I am in Copenhagen, Denmark.  As we are driving to the hotel, my impatient nature is getting…

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Nashville RoadTrip

St Regis Kauai
Wendy / September 18, 2017

I am lucky to have spent a week with my daughter Ashley, as our lives become increasingly busy- makes it harder to spend time with just her and I. The final part of our Mother-Daughter road trip finds us in Sewanee then on to Nashville, Tennessee. We stayed with family in Sewanee and for its proximity to Broadway St…Marriott Renaissance…

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Hotel Review Boston- Where to stay on a budget

Wendy / September 17, 2017

Wally and I traveled a great deal this year, we decided on adding Boston in our road trip from New Port Rhode Island. We needed to find accommodations for the budget minded, yet not skimping on quality.  Boston, Massachusetts is a wonderfully historic city with many beautiful places to choose from. The deciding factor would be pricing, distance to the…

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Mother Daughter Road Trip Atlanta

Wendy / September 12, 2017

As moms, we spend as much time as we can with our children…before we know it time flies and they have lives of there own. When given the opportunity for me and my daughter to spend several days together, I am all in. Atlanta Road Trip here come the Knipp Girls.  Flying in from Phoenix where our Atlanta road trip will begin.…

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Adventure in Edinburgh

Wendy / September 8, 2017

With my travel blogs, I share hotel accommodations… my experience and value vs. cost along with tourist sites. This trip we are in Edinburgh, Scottland.    In June of 2016, my friend Michelle asked me… want to tour the U.K?… One month later we are landing in Edinburgh, Scottland… pronounced by the locals as  “Edinbra,” with emphasis on the first syllable. …

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