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Stargazing in Hotel LeVeque

The hotel I stay in is a priority for me when I travel out of town. I try to make sure the hotel is in the right part of the city and the room itself is something I feel comfortable staying in. Fortunately, Hotel LeVeque was just my type of accommodation. Located in Downtown Columbus this hotel opened its doors to the public in early March 2017. The receptionists were friendly and the décor made you felt like you were stargazing both in the lobby and your room. If you’re familiar with my style you know that I love anything minimal. The main lobby was stunning and has a unique design and décor. The columns and tall ceilings definitely made you feel elevated. Upon entering the room, the grey color scheme with a touch of…

Travel Tips

Adult-Only vs. Family-Friendly Resort

Most likely your initial thought is “Well of course an all-adult is the way to go!” — because that was what I thought too. Unfortunately, it was not what I experienced.   Upon our arrival to our resort (Royal Suite Turquesa) there was one thing that stuck out to us — the hotel was quiet. I’m not talking about peaceful tranquility, but rather, there was not a lot of people in the resort. It only took us a day to realize that every other sister hotel in the resort are much more lively. My assumption is that parents want to take their kids with them, so of course those hotels will be more busy (and fun). Adult-only resorts are more expensive. My advice is to save the extra money for nicer resorts that is…


Visit Chicago: Eats

Before we dive into the food, I’ll just mention that this will be a semi-long post. I will try my best to shorten my words and let my audience appreciate the photos instead (haha). Of course Chicago won’t have amazing food compared NYC and LA, but for it being a Midwest Metropolis it is wonderful enough. You must also visit here with a mentality that everything will be expensive.


Visit Chicago: Loews Hotel

Located in Downtown Chicago, Loews Hotel offers a contemporary style of lodging. The main floor is spacious and offers a large common area with a mini bar/restaurant. One thing I did notice about the restaurant area is that there is always people there and it gets crazy busy in the evening! My husband used the area more often than me because of my schedule, but it would’ve been something I wouldn’t mind checking out.

Gastronomy, Hotel

Visit: Columbus, OH

We (me and my husband) started off 2017 back in Missouri sharing our life together in Ohio with our friends and family. I am glad to say that we have yet another city to boast about. Both of us had a three-day weekend and decided to take a trip to Columbus, OH. I can definitely say it is a beautiful city and is worth visiting. In this post I will be highlighting the things we did over the two nights we were there as well as some recommendations of things to do and places to eat.