Week in Review, Traveler’s Edition

From unknown islands to infinite pumpkins, we’ve got a little bit of everything this week.

 

An Island Getaway With Local Flair

“When you think of Florida vacations, you probably think of theme parks in Orlando and lounging on the beach outside of a resort. It’s hard to get away from the touristy areas in a state that is made for tourists, but there are many hidden gems if you know where to look.”

Photo by Alexa Mazzarello on Unsplash. Florida, water, swimming.
Photo by Alexa Mazzarello on Unsplash.

 

A Travel App that Aims to Make Travel “Buttery Smooth”

“The app also connects you via text to travel consultants. Not a bot, but a real-life, flesh-and-blood travel consultant.”

Photo by rawpixel.com on Unsplash. Coffee, phone, app, cell phone
Photo by rawpixel.com on Unsplash.

 

Discover Why Houston is Ranked One of the Best Cities to Visit

“Visitors to the city either love it and make plans to become permanent residents, or hate it and vow to never return. The one thing about Houston they can all agree on, besides how high the temperature gets, is that Houston is absolutely unforgettable.”

Houston, skyline Photo by Pana Vasquez on Unsplash.
Houston. Photo by Pana Vasquez on Unsplash.

 

Health Camp– A Restaurant That’s Anything but Healthy 

“You might be putting your life at risk on the brisk traffic circle, but this is one worthy adventure.”

Health Camp, Waco, Texas. Photo by Alan Levine on Flickr.
Health Camp, Waco, Texas. Photo by Alan Levine on Flickr.

 

Experience an Infinite Room of Pumpkins

“On the outside, the infinity room is a simple white box, making the experience of walking into the pumpkin room akin to walking into a magical closet.”

"All of the Eternal Love I Have for Pumpkins" by Yayoi Kusama at the Dallas Museum of Art. Photo by Vivian Farmer.

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