Sprinkles Cupcake ATM: A pink bundle of joy putting smiles on people’s faces 

Sprinkles Cupcake ATM: A pink bundle of joy putting smiles on people’s faces 

Sprinkles Cupcake ATM: A pink bundle of joy putting smiles on people’s faces 

Cupcakes and ATM’s, two words not typically associated with each other in a sentence and definitely not as a thing. But it is and it is delivering an assortment of moist morsels satisfying sugary cravings any time – day or night. The Cupcake Craving There you are. It is 2 a.m. and you have a killer craving for cake. But here is the problem, you don’t want to make it. It’s 2 a.m., you don’t want to make a bunch of

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  Welcome to Sunset Plaza Resort and Spa I pass through a security gate, and as I round the corner of the curved drive a grand

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Why Shreveport~Bossier City?

Why Shreveport~Bossier City?

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Tintoque

Tintoque

Old World Meets Contemporary Flair. What do you get when you mix generations of tested recipes from

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Food Truck – Not just an American thing

Food Truck – Not just an American thing

Food Truck Love. Oh, my word! I could not believe my eyes. I found a little bit of home in this diverse Mexican city. A city with eclectic neighborhoods, rich with old world Mexican charm and modern flair, one that is home to

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Gaby’s – A Mexican Tradition

Gaby’s – A Mexican Tradition

***Gaby’s Restaurant was visited during a press trip sponsored by Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board. The views and opinions are my own. ***   Located in the heart of Puerto Vallarta’s Gringo Gulch is family owned Gaby’s Restaurant. Gaby’s has been delivering authentic Mexican flavors since 1989. The stuffed avocado was absolutely delicious for a light lunch! I would highly recommend it. Pair it with the shrimp cocktail, shown below. The comfortable and relaxed atmosphere makes Gaby’s a welcome spot to sit and People watch. After you have recharged with a cold refreshing cerveza check out the light house, located behind Gaby’s. You

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Texoma Wine Trail

Texoma Wine Trail

What do you think of when you think of Texas? Most people will think of cowboys, cattle, and tumbleweeds. Yes, those are all found in Texas. Texas is also one of the first wine producing states.

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Dallas Farmers Market

Dallas Farmers Market

Farmers Markets They have been around as long as farmers. What started as small roadside stands has blossomed and evolved into gatherings of various sizes. From small towns to

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Ashton’s B & B

Ashton’s B & B

New Orleans’ Esplanade Ridge Historic District was once the most prestigious Creole neighborhoods in the city. Now it boasts one of the largest and most impressive concentrations

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Pyramid Restaurant- Lifestyle Cuisine in Dallas

Pyramid Restaurant- Lifestyle Cuisine in Dallas

Pyramid Restaurant – Lifestyle Cuisine Located in the heart of bustling downtown Dallas 

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The Botanist – where steampunk meets botanical magic

The Botanist – where steampunk meets botanical magic

Steampunk infused with botanical magic Do you ever read those advertising magazines that are spread across the desk in your hotel room? I have to confess – Sometimes, maybe, but usually I just brush them aside to make room for all of the travel books, casual books, magazines, and electronics that I brought with me. It is not like I just

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Food Trucks – A Must Do When In DFW

Food Trucks – A Must Do When In DFW

This past weekend was The Great Texas Food Truck Rally in Dallas, Texas and we had the distinct pleasure of attending. We had a great time! We got there a bit early and thereby avoided waiting in lines which meant that we could

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Have an Unforgettable, Adventure-packed weekend in New Orleans

Have an Unforgettable, Adventure-packed weekend in New Orleans

New Orleans – Diverse and Eclectic New Orleans is a truly amazing city! It is incredibly diverse and eclectic offering a wide range of activities for every interest from historical landmarks to new age vape shops and haunted tours to shopping for antiques or listening to live music in any one of the many bars or on the street corners and dancing in the street to getting married and parading down Bourbon St. 10 ACTIVITIES THAT SHOULD BE ON YOUR LIST GO ON A TOUR! There is such a variety of tours available you may not be able to decide between going on

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8 Things to do at the Texas Renaissance Festival

8 Things to do at the Texas Renaissance Festival

In the small town of Todd Mission, Texas approximately 50 miles northwest of Houston is the largest

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Bloomin’ Bluegrass Festival

Bloomin’ Bluegrass Festival

The Bloomin’ Bluegrass Festival and Chili Cook-off in Farmers Branch, Texas was quite a shindig event! The festival is put on every year by the Farmers Branch Chamber of Commerce and the Bluegrass Heritage Foundation. This two day event brought 11 bands from around the country to show their talent for strumming out folk songs and over 20 chili chefs vying for the title of best Bloomin’ chili.

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Old time comfort pub food

Old time comfort pub food

Be Comforted The UK is known for their warm, hearty and flavorful foods. Pub recipes have been handed down for generations. They are a mixture of delightfully flavorful vegetables such as carrots, turnips, rutabagas, and potatoes. Meats such as lamb, venison, chicken, and veal are frequently used for hearty sustenance. Pubs are the place sample this Country’s vast and unique array of savory dishes. The pubs of the UK are as diverse as the people who inhabit the country and the food that they eat. Familiar menu items in a pub are their hearty and savory pies which they call pudding, made with a selection

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Explore Sundance Square like a local

Explore Sundance Square like a local

Sundance Square is the heart of downtown Fort Worth. It is a 35-block area filled with restaurants, boutique shops, art galleries, and hot nightspots. It buzzes with activity as thousands of feet crisscross its red brick streets, courtyard, and plaza filled with lush landscape. Mouth-watering Menu If people watching is your thing, then you will want to hang out at Del Frisco’s Grille for dinner. It is located in the heart of Ft. Worth in the Sundance Square Plaza on E. 3rd st. and Commerce. Ask for a seat outside where you can watch people meandering with their dogs, couples walking hand in hand

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Empty nester dinner

An empty nester dinner One of the things that I like about being an empty nester is the option to choose not to make full dinner, if I don’t want to. And sometimes, that is exactly what I choose to do! Especially when I have a not so simple day, all I want is a really simple dinner. Tonight’s menu is wine!

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Quick stop for nibbles and tippies          

We have done so much and been so many places!! I have so many stories to tell from exploring alleys to sheep herding at a B&B to hanging out at pubs with our sons! Right now we stopped for a quick nibble and tippies at this awesome place in Chester, England called The Botanist. Love it!

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Ft. Worth’s Art Festival

Ft. Worth’s Art Festival

Art Festival If you have not experienced the Main Street Art Festival in Ft. Worth, then you are missing out! It is fun, informative and an all around great way to spend a weekend! It show-cases new and upcoming artists from around the country. There is a wide variety of media represented, everything from glass, metal, mixed, pottery, leather, water-color, sketch and digital art. Much to See What festival would be complete without food vendors and live entertainment. My husband and I watched Wacky Chad, a performer that was quite talented and funny! He did juggling and balancing acts on very tall unicycles,

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