Tomeka Allgood, editor of Short Weeks—Long Weekends, answered two questions for TPM’s editor.
By Donna Miniely ITWPA Member Look up. Look waaaay up and take a good look at the faces on clock towers when you travel. Here are a few unique faces you might encounter. King Bhumibol Adulyadej was the king of Thailand for 60 years. Beloved by the Thai people, they called him King Bhumibol the […]
By Colleen O’Neill Mulvihill ITWPA Member Adjacent to MacArthur Park in downtown Little Rock, where ducks and geese lay strewn like pinecones under a giant fir, the restored 1917 craftsman-style Old Firehouse #2 welcomes visitors for a unique kind of overnight stay. Just blocks from the bustling heart of downtown with its pricy hotel chains […]
By Donna Connolly Don’t be deceived by its small size. Canada’s oldest Chinatown, located in Victoria BC, is well worth the visit. Steeped in a rich and varied history, Victoria’s Chinatown was declared a National Historic Site in 1995. Lured by the Fraser Gold Rush in 1858, and later by laborer positions for the Canadian […]
When you think of stingrays, Steve Irwin’s downfall comes to mind. Not frisky, Southern Stingrays are eager for petting or a squid snack. When you tell people you are planning on swimming with stingrays, they may look at you like you’ve lost your mind.
We were looking for a place for late dinner on a summer Friday night in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood. We had no shortage of trendy and popular restaurants in the area. Wanting to stay close to our hotel, we chose something nearby.