I’m traveling around the world this year, visiting amazing places like Japan, Iceland, Scotland, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and dozens of destinations around the United States, check out where i’ll be, and keep up with my travels by following me on Instagram @AnnieWearsit!
These are 10 romantic travel destinations I’ve ever visited and can’t wait to return to one day, here’s why we loved them, and why you need to visit them in 2019!
Take a photographic tour of some of my favorite luxury vehicles from McLaren, Lamborghini, Cadillac, and Lexus, and enter to win tickets to the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit
Seamlessly blending Japanese minimalism and Western design aesthetics, the Lexus LC Convertible is not only breathtaking, but powerful and adaptable to its driver’s needs and tastes.
Hotel Walloon is an absolutely stunning hotel, with its own private beach and proximity to other beautiful northern Michigan destinations, it’s the perfect place to plan wedding festivities like bachelorette or bachelor weekends, rehearsal dinners, ceremonies and receptions – here’s why!
For fresh food, unique drinks, an inviting, colorful atmosphere, and service that’s second to none, islanders and visitors in the know head to Jockey Club on Mackinac Island for unforgettable meals and breathtaking views.
Woods Restaurant on Mackinac Island is one of the msot luxurious and enjoyable places to dine in the midwest. It’s festive, cozy atmosphere and sublime menu options are a must for any self-respecting foodie visiting Mackinac Island.
Take this quiz to see how much of Grand Hotel you’ve experienced! Whether you’ve been a regular guest for years, or you’re planning your first visit to the island, this quiz will inspire you to visit Grand Hotel year after year!
Mexico City was a beautiful place to explore from start to finish, and is somewhere everyone from art and culture loves to foodies and history buffs should explore at least once in their life. Read my tips on how to stay safe and places to avoid, as well as where we stayed, day trips from the area.
During the agonizingly long days I was terribly ill in Mexico, I was deeply afraid that I would become so sick that I would require hospitalization, where my husband wouldn’t be able to understand what was going on or how to help me, due to the language barrier. Use these tips and learn from my mistakes to avoid having your own travels cut short due to food poisoning or other food or water bourne illnesses.