NYC Spring break, final days

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Browse archives for April 19, 2018
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My goodness, what a trip. Typing this on the long flight back home. Tired but satisfied, with loads of memories made. Pilot informs us we’ll face lots of turbulence over the Great Lakes, but otherwise smooth sailing. While I appreciate the info, as this isn’t an international flight with screens in the seatbacks in front Keep reading

Spring break in NYC with a teenager

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So last June I found myself with yet another Alaska Air $99┬ácompanion fare coupon about to expire. You get one annually with their mileage card, but I don’t take a domestic flight annually, so can’t always use them. Or I’ve used them for flights to CA (thereby only saving $50). So I was wishing I Keep reading

NYC: Dinosaurs and Hamilton

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Browse archives for June 23, 2016
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Admittedly, I am terrible about writing the posts describing my final travel updates. And then my super talented sister wanted to play around and re-design this site, and now it looks fantastic. But I’ve become aware that I never wrote about our final two days in NYC, so here it is, two months later. We’ll Keep reading

Flying 2,400 miles to see Hamilton

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Browse archives for April 10, 2016
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Early Oct 2015, after streaming the Hamilton cast recording non stop (NON STOP!) for two weeks after its late Sept release, I had a revelation. I am a grown ass woman, in charge of my own finances and scheduling. And so it’s actually possible for me to buy tickets to a Broadway show and go Keep reading