Seeing Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors at the High Museum of Art

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors

The High Museum of Art’s exhibit of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors is in its final weeks, and Kevin and I were lucky enough to have snatched up some coveted tickets to this sought-after art showing.  Continue reading

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Georgia Hikes: Lullwater Preserve President’s Loop and Lake Loop Trails

Lullwater Preserve

Lullwater Preserve is a hidden treasure of tranquility right in the middle of Atlanta. The park is located on the Emory University campus in Atlanta, and the President’s Loop Trail takes you by the private residence of the university’s president at Lullwater House while the Lake Loop Trail takes you around the park’s scenic lake.  Continue reading

[Guest Post] WWII Tour of London

St Paul's Cathedral

Please welcome my honorary guest blogger — my brother, Ryne! You may know him from my Sibling Shenanigans posts, where we’ve been lucky enough to travel together. Well, now he’s off exploring England on his own, and he has tons of great stories to share!

London is an amazing city, a crossroads of global cultures and truly one of the world’s most influential metropolises. Anything you could want you’ll find in London — hipster music, Victorian architecture, flashy modern buildings, and any type of food that you can dream up from around the world. Another thing it has in droves: history! You could fill pages with the history that London has to offer, but today I want to focus on one of my favorite topics — military history.  Continue reading