In April, 2020. I launched ConsciousTraveler.CO. A travel blog focused on sustainable luxury tourism, unique experiences, travel tips and trends. I hope to inspire people to travel again...so much depends on it.
12 Essential Tips When Traveling During COVID-19 (2020).
I know this could be construed as a controversial topic. What? You’re traveling during COVID-19? I decided to write this article after a recent visit to St Thomas. In November, 2020, My husband and I took the risk and went away to the Caribbean for 5 nights and 6 days. On this journey we found out….people are traveling. So, why not put together some tips for the would be travelers? The ones that are willing to get back out there and travel again.
A Sustainable Resort Grows in Brooklyn
The 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge. A sustainable luxury resort located on the waterfront in Brooklyn heights, overlooking breathtaking views of the historic Brooklyn Bridge and downtown Manhattan. 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is a LEED certified property. (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)
She Stands Tall and Proud. Overlooking the Hudson River. The Historic Thayer Hotel, at West Point.
Perched on the mountains overlooking breathtaking views of the Hudson River sits the majestic The Historic Thayer Hotel, at West Point. Approximately a one hour drive from New York City.
A Tale of Two Cities - New Hope, PA & Lambertville, NJ
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times…..the famous first line of Charles Dickens’ novel “A Tale of Two Cities.”
An Enchanted Tale About A Tiny House Resort
Once upon a time there was a teeny tiny woman who lived in a teeny tiny house. Oops….no, no, no wrong story. Once upon time there was a man named Bob. He owned a famous store in Soho called Think Big. This store, the only one of its kind, sold giant pop art. People from all over the world came to purchase Bob’s art. There were giant pencils, crayons, cookies, coffee cups and more. If you needed any kind of oversized pop art item Think Big created it.
Road Back to Travel, Close to Home - Historic Cape May, NJ
Cape May is located on the southern tip of New Jersey, the last exit on the Garden State Parkway. 1.5 hours drive from Philadelphia and 2.5 hours for New York City.
Thinking of Going on a Hike….11 Key Tips Before Venturing Out.
Whenever my family and I travel we always plan a day or two of hiking. Even if we’re in a big city. One of my favorite memories was our trip to California with my 20 year old son, Ryan. He’s getting older and those one on one times are becoming far and few between. I was so happy to have the opportunity to spend a whole day with him. We planned on visiting the Griffith Observatory and hiking the trails of Griffith Park. It was a great day. We ventured on the dusty path meandered our way upwards on a 4 mile hike. Along the way we admired the unique vegetation, and landscape around us. At the top we were greeted with the amazing reward of an unforgettable view of Los Angeles. We connected that day and now we have a cherished memory we won’t forget.