A three-eyed two-faced cow? An elephant man? An ice man?
These are some of the star attractions at the Museum of the Weird in Austin, Texas. The city’s slogan is “Keep Austin Weird” and there’s no better place to experience that than at this museum. It’s also fun to play tourist in your own town once in a while.
What do you get when you put 20 travel bloggers and writers in a giant Tuscan-style villa in Chicago for 4 days, stock it with good craft beer, and cram their brains with blogging strategy? At first you might think of The Real World, but this was BlogHouse Chicago. Much better indeed.
As some of you may know, I just recently moved to Austin, Texas. The live music and food scene here make this city a great place to live. After being here a little over a week, I’ve realized that there are hundreds of restaurants and food trucks around the city. So what better way to find some of the standouts than to go on one of the local Austin food tours. Luckily, there’s a company called Austin Eats Food Tours who do just that.
As I’ve mentioned the last couple of years, the North American International Auto Show in Detroit is one of my favorite events of the year and 2014 didn’t disappoint. I love going to check out all the new cars that will coming out soon, as well as concepts and prototypes that you probably won’t ever see on the road. Here are my impressions from the show this year.
This week’s photo was taken while walking down the Santa Cruz boardwalk in Santa Cruz, California along with my friends Cassie and Kevin from Ever in Transit.