Iceland is best known for its stunning landscapes, the Blue Lagoon, and opportunities to catch the northern lights; and while those are great reasons to visit, there is yet another less known reason-craft beer. Chances are you have never had a craft beer from Iceland.
As I wrote in our guide to San Francisco, I went to undergrad in the Bay Area, so we couldn’t take a trip to San Francisco without visiting my alma mater-UC Berkeley. After nearly ten years of talking about Berkeley to Albert, I finally got the chance to show him the campus and some, unfortunately not all, of my favorite parts of the city.
When I was in New Orleans in October I decided to take a short day-trip to Mississippi while Albert was working. I had done some research leading up to the trip but couldn’t make up my mind on where to go so I decided to just drive along the Gulf Coast until I found a place I liked. After a scenic hour and a half drive, the white sandy beaches of Gulfport beckoned me to stay. Mississippi’s second largest city was the perfect place to stop for the day.
Looking for the perfect way to break up your long drive? Wondering how you can make a short visit impactful? We managed to achieve that with a short two-hour stop in Chattanooga, Tennessee and so can you. Here’s how.
I recently traveled to Boston to attend the International Fundraising Conference at the Boston Convention Center. This was my first extended stay in Boston and I was excited to see some of what the city had to offer. Boston, as you might know, is well known for its craft beer scene, which on this visit I was not able to fully take advantage of, but will do so on the next.