• Booze Travel
  • The Disney World Resort Bar Crawl: Disney for Adults!

    The Disney World Resort Bar Crawl, designed by a former cast member!

    As a former cast member, I’m always trying to find ways to have more magical Disney World fun (as a grown-up) without breaking the bank. Well, I found my new favorite thing! I’ve designed a Disney World Resort Bar Crawl that uses FREE Disney transportation, doesn’t require a single park ticket, and is chock full of Disney fun! Plus, I’ve created a Disney Scavenger Hunt to go along with it – so that you can drink and complete ridiculous Disney challenges at the same time. It’s the most fun you can have outside of the parks as an adult at Disney World!

  • Booze Travel
  • The Boozy Guide to Paso Robles, California: More than Just Wineries!

    Paso Robles, California is the Central Coast’s answer to Napa. But there’s so much more than just world-class wine: there are also spirit distilleries and craft breweries galore, plus an incredible local food scene. I’m not going to lie: we went full lush in Paso Robles. It’s the booze tourist’s dream destination! Here’s where to get your drink on, and what to eat in between delicious tastings.

  • Coffee Travel
  • The 10 Best Coffee Shops in San Francisco: A Local Barista’s Guide

    The 10 Best Coffee Shops in San Francisco according to a local barista!

    We’re San Francisco coffee snobs. Like, if it isn’t single-origin specialty coffee roasted to absolute perfection and brewed to order using a system of convoluted scientific-looking objects made out of glass and wood that takes at least 15 minutes longer than necessary to create, we just won’t drink it. We asked a local barista friend for his list of the 10 best coffee shops in San Francisco that are up to our snobby standards. Bonus FREE map included!

  • Travel Stories
  • 25 Things We Never Asked for from Traveling the World for a Year

    25 things we didn't ask for from traveling the world together as a couple for a year!

    When we started planning our year-long extended honeymoon around the world, we didn’t really know what to expect. We had a lot of hopes and dreams: we wanted to become wiser, healthier, better versions of ourselves. We wanted to become the sort of people who climb mountains regularly and do yoga at sunrise every day and read books rather than surf the internet and write deep, meaningful things about the life, the universe, and everything in our leather-bound travel journal. We wanted to be the kind of travel couple you see on Instagram, their blissful lives centered around nothing but looking attractive in different places each day. Well, none of that happened.

  • Local's Guides
  • Fantastic Things to Do on the Central Coast, California: A Local’s Guide

    Things to do on the Central Coast California: A Local's Guide

    I grew up on the Central Coast in California. The Central Coast offers everything from scenic vistas and stunning outdoor beauty, to foodie finds, a booze traveler’s dream destination, and adorable marine wildlife critters (like adorable otters, harbor seals, and sea lions). Sadly, this part of California is relatively unknown outside of the state. As such, my wife seems to think that the Central Coast must be either Norcal or SoCal. Let the record stand: the Central Coast is it’s own thing. And it’s AWESOME.

  • Foodie Travel
  • Where to Eat in Oakland, California: A Local’s Guide

    A local's guide to where to eat in Oakland. The best restaurants in Oakland for getting incredible food in Oakland, California!

    When people think of the Bay Area’s amazing food scene, they typically think of San Francisco. In our extremely biased opinions (as Oakland residents for 4 years) the food in Oakland is hella underrated: chicken & waffles, shrimp & grits, spongy Ethiopian injera bread, sizzling Korean bulgogi, bubbling mac & cheese… these are Oakland’s flavors. If you haven’t explored Oakland as a foodie (I see you, people who only come to Oakland for Warrior’s games), here’s a complete list of our favorite restaurants in Oakland to get you started on your next trip to the Bay Area!

  • Europe
  • 25 Weird, Wacky, and Offbeat Museums in Brussels, Belgium

    The Spontaneous Art Museum. The Museum of Fantastic Art. The Art Deco Clock Museum. The Sewers Museum. 25 wonderfully weird museums in Brussels!

    Brussels, Belgium is home to a bunch of really weird, quirky, totally offbeat museums. In Brussels, museums aren’t just places to learn about art and culture and history. Museums in Brussels can also be places to drink beer, eat chocolate, get sort of creeped out, wander through the sewers, have your mind blown, explore conspiracy theories, and see a lot of dicks. (Don’t worry. They’re art dicks. So it’s educational.)Let us take you on a journey through the best museums in Brussels – both conventional and totally weird.

  • South America
  • 30 Things No One Tells You About Backpacking in South America

    30 things nobody told us about before we went backpacking in South America!

    We spent 4 months backpacking in South America. Although each of the countries we visited was as unique and different from one another as can be, we did notice a few universal truths about backpacking in South America… things nobody told us about before we left. In no particular order and in various degrees of usefulness, we’ve compiled our observations into this list of 30 things no one tells you about backpacking in South America!

  • Booze Travel
  • The Perfect Barcelona Food Tour: Tapas and Spanish Wine in Barcelona

    The Devour Barcelona food tour: wine tasting and tapas in Barcelona, Spain.

    Barcelona, Spain is home to many wonderful, amazing things. Balmy beaches. Catalan food. Fantastical buildings created by the famous architect, Gaudi. Spanish wine. Ancient, winding, narrow streets. Tapas. Towering Gothic churches. Catalan food, tapas, …. and Spanish wine. Ok, maybe we were a tiny bit biased. But we were mostly looking forward to the food and wine in Barcelona. Can you blame us?

  • Europe
  • Romantic Bruges, Belgium: Adorable Things to do in Bruges in Winter

    Horse drawn carriages in front of the Christmas Market in stunning Markt Square: Brugges, Belgium in winter.

    Bruges, Belgium is the most ridiculously romantic little medieval town in Europe ever. You can barely take a step without being swept off your feet by swans, horse-drawn carriages, chocolate shops, little lace shops, and other insanely cutesy things worthy of a bad romance novel. It’s enough to make even the most unromantic couples feel a little bit frilly. Here’s our list of the most adorable things to do in Bruges in winter for couples!