Museum: a building or place where works of art, scientific specimens, or other objects of permanent value are kept and displayed. With the fall season up on us, and the festival and event season slowing down, individuals and families will be looking for ways to fill their weekends with fun. So I’ve decided to introduce a new section in HeidiTown dedicated to museums. In these posts, appearing on the front
Experience the granddaddy of all boating trips as Teresa Scott takes you on The Great Loop. Hop aboard, put on your life jacket and take the ride of a lifetime by clicking here.
ss ss Discover Deadwood, South Dakota and the surrounding Black Hills. It’s not just for gamblers! Read all about it here.
I love summer festivals, but there’s one in particular that I look forward to with a special sort of anticipation. I have been going to the Colorado Renaissance Festival since moving here in 2000. My husband, who grew up in Littleton, Colorado has been attending since childhood. It’s literally the best festival in the state and if you’ve never been, you’ve been missing out. Running every weekend from June
With summer fast approaching, the Mayor is excited about numerous upcoming Colorado events and festivals. However, before I start sharing my favorites, I’d like to know what event/festival you are most looking forward to attending this summer. Please share your favorite Colorado summer event/festival with HeidiTown in the comment section below. Tell us what makes this event your all-time favorite. The best description will receive a fabulous
Rogue Ales in Newport, Oregon is a good time, if you can find it. Tucked under the bridge, yes, this bridge”¦ Rogue Ales is a great place to grab lunch and indulge in one of their many craft beers. You can also tour the brewery. After spending a couple hours at the Oregon Coast Aquarium, it was just what my mom and I needed. The aquarium is a beautiful facility,
I can’t tell you how many times my husband Ryan and I have driven by Georgetown, Colorado. We had no idea we were missing such a gem. Located along I70, just 45 minutes west of Denver, we first discovered Georgetown while driving back from a hiking trip this past August. We stopped in to find some lunch and instead, found a vibrant, historic community. We lunched at The
It seems Las Vegas is all the rage. The Travel Channel never seems to run out of shows about Sin City, and every online travel site has numerous articles on it. It’s even been feature in the movies, most recently “The Hangover“ (2009). There’s no doubt Vegas is the place to be, so HeidiTown has decided to add to the discussion. I was in Vegas last February. It was a
The Mayor of HeidiTown is windblown and happy from cruising the beach while vacationing today in Newport, Oregon. She was reminded of a trip she once wrote about and decided to share the adventure with HeidiTown readers. Looking for a relaxing get away? No television, no cell phone – just you, a good book and a million dollar view…. read all about the Mayor’s stay at Sylvia Beach Hotel
New article now available in the TRAVEL section of The Bookstore. Stop in and read “A Saratoga Weekend” HERE.