Podcast Episode 7 is now available on Podbean and iTunes. This week, despite being under the weather, we discussing climbing Mt. Elbert, special surprise dinners in London, the tiny country of Andorra, and plans to hike in Sedona, Arizona, for spring break 2020. We also answer the question that is surely plaguing you: Where is … Continue reading Podcast Episode 7: The Travel Architect & The Husband Team Up to Talk About Travel (Mostly)
Over Memorial Day weekend we paid a visit to eastern Wisconsin to visit my mother. One evening, we took her to a popular restaurant for a belated Mother’s Day dinner. Normally packed at 7 p.m. on a Saturday, the place was less than half full. Why? Cabin season. That’s why. In the two upper Midwest … Continue reading Are You a Cabin Person?
Podcast Episode 5 now available on Podbean and iTunes. This week we discuss good luck with Ride London entries, and bad luck with petsitters, using the Hopper app, and climbing 14ers this year. The Travel Architect also educates The Husband on what he’ll need to do to be medically ready for our trip to SE … Continue reading Podcast Episode 5: The Travel Architect & The Husband Team Up to Talk About Travel (Mostly)
We’ve just published another episode of The Travel Architect Podcast. This week we discuss grilled pizza, Colorado plans, upcoming petsit uncertainties, and the riveting topic of travel insurance. And of course we have a travel themed joke as well as the travel quiz. Podcast episode 4 can now be found on Podbean and iTunes. Enjoy! Continue reading Podcast Episode 4: The Travel Architect & The Husband Team Up to Talk About Travel (Mostly)
Click on Episode 3 to find our most recent episode on Podbean. It’s also available in iTunes under The Travel Architect. We took last week off… kind of surprising when you think that we’ve only been at this for 3 podcasts now, but we’re back with another one. We revisit travel regrets with the husband … Continue reading Podcast Episode 3: The Travel Architect & The Husband Team Up to Talk About Travel (Mostly)
As I mentioned in Part 1: Petsitting, Seattle was in full bloom on Easter weekend, so just walking around the Queen Anne neighborhood was great. But of course, I didn’t go to Seattle just to take care of pets and walk around residential neighborhoods. I wanted to do some sightseeing. With one exception (Pike Place … Continue reading Three Days in Seattle – A Petsitter’s Tale, Part 2: Sightseeing
OK, so I’m trying to book my first flight to Asia and it’s – pick your metaphor: giving me a fit, making me crazy, pushing me over the edge, getting my knickers in a twist. As I’m about to explain, this is no ordinary flight. We are not just flying round trip to some major … Continue reading Things I Learned from my Travel Agent
We are at it again for your Monday morning drive… or whenever you like to listen. (For me, it’s while doing the dishes.) Click here for Episode 2 on Podbean or you can also find us on iTunes podcasts as “The Travel Architect”. Usually it takes about 24 hours for the latest episode to appear. The … Continue reading Podcast Episode 2: The Travel Architect & The Husband Team Up to Talk About Travel (Mostly)
If you read my recent post on our new membership with an international petsitting company, you know that I couldn’t stop looking at the damn site, and it was causing serious problems. Chores were being neglected, hobbies fell by the wayside, several people ended up in the hospital. OK, I’m exaggerating here (and, with that … Continue reading Three Days in Seattle – A Petsitter’s Tale, Part 1: Petsitting
The new podcast the husband and I have begun can now be found on iTunes at: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-travel-architect/id1461721946 You can also find it by searching for “The Travel Architect” on iTunes or Podbean. Please consider subscribing and liking. 🙂 Continue reading Podcast News Flash!