Category: Travel

10 Reasons to Visit Tonia’s Victorian Rose Tea Room

On Friday, I ate out. In public. I know, let me let you catch your breath. If you\’ve been following along and/or know me personally you know prior to the pandemic I was already an OCD germaphobe. While stores were out of hand sanitizer… Continue Reading “10 Reasons to Visit Tonia’s Victorian Rose Tea Room”

2020 Christmas Events in Metro Detroit

It should come as no surprise that many local events and parades have been canceled this year. However, only some things have been canceled, there are still some great Christmas activities out there. The best part, plenty of them can be enjoyed from the… Continue Reading “2020 Christmas Events in Metro Detroit”

Christmas at Royal Park Hotel – Rochester, Michigan

For me, one thing that has become a holiday tradition is heading to downtown Rochester to check out the beautifully lit shops, hot cocoa with whip from Sanders, and a walk down to Royal Park Hotel to check out their lifesize gingerbread house. Last… Continue Reading “Christmas at Royal Park Hotel – Rochester, Michigan”

Exploring Tillson Street in Romeo Michigan

  When it comes to Halloween, one of my favorite traditions is to visit Tillson Street in Romeo, Michigan. Tillson Street is best known for elaborate Halloween displays that adorn the homeowner\’s front yards. With COVID-19 still lingering and cases increasing daily, I wasn\’t… Continue Reading “Exploring Tillson Street in Romeo Michigan”

Michigan Autumn Tradition: Yates Cider Mill

With a history that dates back to 1863, Yates Cider Mill is one of my favorite autumn traditions in Michigan. The Clinton River cascades over the Yates Dam (located across the street from the cider mill), creates the stream that the cider mill uses… Continue Reading “Michigan Autumn Tradition: Yates Cider Mill”