Note: The following is a guest post written by Lea Ann Christenson Last week I had the pleasure of driving a 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer while in Los Angeles for business. The compact sedan, in a beautiful mercury gray, had many features that made driving a comfortable experience, whether I was on the city’s massive freeways or sneaking around … [Read more…]
I sink back into the driver’s seat of the Mazda3 and speed forward as the light turns green along Wilshire Boulevard. Before starting the engine I adjusted the manual lumbar support and the leather-trimmed sports seat now perfectly matches the curve of my spine. I’m leaned back and relaxed. Like everyone else in Los Angeles … [Read more…]
There’s a reason why Los Angeles is featured in so many songs, television shows and movies — it’s because LA is one of the greatest cities on earth! I’ve had the opportunity to visit some pretty fabulous cosmopolitan settings over the past few years, but nowhere has quite the same spirit of innovation, excitement and possibility as the City … [Read more…]
I’ve had the opportunity to drive the Mazda CX-5 before and my feelings about the vehicle have always been positive. But moving to Los Angeles and driving it while I began laying the groundwork for an actual normal life took my impression of the crossover SUV to another level completely. My first week in LA … [Read more…]
Happy Friday everyone! I’m back from my trip to South America and just wanted to share a quick announcement with you — I’m moving to Los Angeles! I’ll be working for an amazing marketing agency that serves clients in the travel industry. As I’ve spent the last few years getting to know the city better … [Read more…]
How Did You Get Started Traveling? When I was in school, I would see my friends being toured by their parents to different continents. Their traveling experiences caught my fancy, and, I too, decided to travel and create experiences for myself. My first solo travel was when I was 19 and I decided to … [Read more…]
As a twenty-something traveler, it’s rare that the thought of glamour and luxury crosses my mind in my travel planning. I usually prefer to focus on seeing unique places, historical sights and interacting with locals and spend very little time in my chosen accommodations anyway. But once in awhile, when I’m soaked through, tired and weary, … [Read more…]
Don’t Stop Believing! In today’s Women Who Travel Solo, Charlotte Beeby, a Kiwi living in the United Kingdom, recounts her favorite stories from her solo trip to San Francisco.