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Monday, June 11, 2018

Grand Cayman Vacation Recap

Hi lovelies! The hubs and I are back from vacationing in Grand Cayman. We went a few days ahead of the family for our own mini vacation, but as it so happens, a tropical storm was forming and we spent much of that time inside because of the rain. Turns out there aren’t a ton of things to do on the island when the weather is poor! We made the best of it though. On the pretty days we enjoyed the beach, made friends with a few chickens (haha), and tried new places and adventures. Once you have been going to the same place for awhile you tend to stick to your habits. I updated my Grand Cayman Vacation Guide post to include the new restaurants and activities we enjoyed. I hope you enjoy the pictures below!

Visit to Cayman Spirits Co. Distillery

Cayman Spirits Co. | Grand Cayman's Handcrafted Spirits

The hubs wanted to document that I ordered AND ate fish tacos. I actually ate a couple of seafood dishes on this trip. Sunshine Grill - Grand Cayman

Over the Edge, one of our favorite restaurants.Over the Edge - Grand Cayman

Sculpture GardenSculpture Garden - Grand Cayman Sculpture Garden - Grand Cayman

Stingray CityStingray City - Grand Cayman

Camana Bay at night, isn’t it gorgeous!?Camana Bay, Grand Cayman KY | Cayman Shores Development Ltd.

Pictures taken at Christopher Columbus CondosChristopher Columbus Condos - Grand Cayman Christopher Columbus Condos - Grand Cayman Christopher Columbus Condos - Grand Cayman Lexi & Lady | Grand Cayman DJI Mavric Pro - Christopher Columbus Condos - Grand Cayman

I really hope you enjoyed this post. I know it was a lot of randomness, but sometimes that is the easiest way for me to include a bunch of pictures 🙂 If you want something more formatted and easy to follow, don’t forget to click over to the Grand Cayman Vacation Guide. That will help you map out a fun vacation!

Until next post…xoxo Becca

Monday, January 15, 2018

Winter Park, Colorado Vacation Recap

Hi! Welcome! On Cyber Monday we purchased tickets to Denver for a steal! When the tickets were purchased we had no idea where in Colorado we were going, but we had tickets lol Winter Park ended up being our choice since it was fairly inexpensive (compared to places like Vail) and we hadn’t been before.

Today I’m sharing pictures from our trip and a bit of a diary style day by day recap. Later I will write a more formal “travel guide” in case anyone is thinking of going.

Day 1

The travel day started early with a flight at 5:40am! Of course when we landed in Denver we made a stop at Snooze. It’s our favorite place for brunch. Luckily they have expanded their restaurants and have locations in Texas too. Now if they’d just open one in The Woodlands I’d be over the moon. hint hint Snooze 😉

Before leaving brunch we asked the waiter what he recommended seeing before leaving Denver. He said the Red Rocks Amphitheatre was a must since it was such a clear, beautiful day. We swung by Coors Brewery first. The tour and tasting are free! Then headed to Red Rocks Amphitheatre. It was breathtaking! Including physically haha the thin air and hike to the top was hard, but completely worth the views. So many people were exercising on the stadium style seating. I think they’re all nuts. Mostly because I feel like I would pass out trying to run “Rocky style” up those tiers!

After taking in the views we headed for Winter Park. Our hotel was in Fraser, just minutes from the Winter Park Resort.

Red Rocks Amphitheatre Red Rocks Amphitheatre Red Rocks AmphitheatreDay 2

Early morning snowmobiling tour with Grand Adventures. Our guide, Aubrey, was fantastic. The temperatures in Colorado have been higher and snowfall less than usual so the trees weren’t snow covered 🙁 It was still gorgeous though. We spent the afternoon exploring Winter Park Resort.

Grand Adventure Snowmobiling Grand Adventure SnowmobilingDay 3

Headed back to Winter Park Resort to check out the Coca-Cola Tube Park. We loved tubing when we were in Breckenridge and knew we wanted to do it again. It was fun, but Breckenridge (technically Frisco) was better. It ended up snowing that night and everything was beautiful. I shared a lot of videos on Snapchat and IG stories. Hope you caught those!

Coca-Cola Tube Park Winter Park, ColoradoDay 4

Our last full day in Winter Park we opted to tube again, but at a park across the street from our hotel. Ironically there were two tubing hills right next to each other. We asked the hotel staff which was better and Colorado Adventure Park was the winner. We got there when it opened and had the best time! The hubs also got to play with his new drone and was in heaven. Videos coming soon, including my tubing crash haha

After tubing we went back to the Winter Park Resort to have lunch and watch the skiers/snowboarders. On the way back to our hotel we stopped in at Idlewild Distillery. We had seen their products in a local liquor store and asked the staff if the distillery was local and had tours. The store staff said we had to go because it was a great atmosphere and drinks and food. It certainly didn’t disappoint! We met the master distiller, Jeff. He was so nice to take time out of his afternoon to talk to us and show us around their production. Can’t wait to see his business grow because their products are amazing!

Day 5

Travel day back to Houston. Overall it was a fantastic trip. The weather was beautiful the whole time we were there, the food was great, and the people friendly!

Thanks for visiting the blog to see our travel photos. Come back soon to see a formal “guide.” Until next post…xoxo Becca

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