Monday, 20 November 2017

Kathy Petrino Wants You to Travel Through Texas Wine Country

Kathy Petrino is certainly an enthusiastic traveler, but there is more to her than simply traveling everywhere so she can enjoy herself. She blogs about all her travel experiences because of her generous spirit. Kathy thankfully loves to write about everything on her travel blog for everyone to see because she wants everyone to have as good a time as she has. Besides that., she also would like others who travel to the same places she has to miss as many pitfalls as possible.

One of Kathy Petrino’s favorite travel destinations is to Texas Wine Country. Whereas she is well aware that most people who are into wine don’t usually place Texas at the top of their list of wine destinations in the United States and the world. However, the Lone Star State has been doing many things to improve its reputation in that area. Texas Hill Country now raises some of the best grapes in the country and dozens of wineries have popped up in recent years. That means Texas is now producing some of the best varietals outside of California Wine Country.

That is why Kathy Petrino would like you to travel along the Wine Road 290, where you will find a wide range of wines available, including many Malbecs, Cabernets and Tempranillos. Even better, hundreds of state-of-the-art tasting rooms have cropped up in recent years, which means you can enjoy them all. Texas Wine Country also features many big music and wine events, with some combining great Texas barbecue brisket with country and rockabilly music to lift your spirits as you drink some surprisingly good wine.

Saturday, 19 August 2017

Travel Blogger Kathy Petrino Says You Should Visit Sedona

It is simply the case that Kathy Petrino is an enthusiastic traveler with a strong desire to see as much of the world as possible before she done. Thankfully, Kathy loves to write about everything she sees and she posts it all for us on her travel blog. Kathy loves to share everything and her fondest desire is to make it possible for everyone to have the same great experiences she has had.

One of Kathy Petrino’s favorite destinations is actually one of the world’s best-kept secrets, in a way. The small Arizona town of Sedona has grown in popularity over the years, but many people don’t go there because they think it’s too expensive and perhaps a little too “trendy” for their tastes. However, what Kathy wants everyone to know is that it’s possible to see Sedona without spending too much and there are so many fascinating things to see and do, you will likely decide it’s worth it in any case.

For instance, just walking the streets of Sedona can be a great experience. Downtown Sedona is where most of the nicest shops and restaurants are, and it is a relatively small area, even during the summers, when temperatures can reach 100 degrees. Besides, most of the shops on the Main Street have misters working outside, which goes a long way toward making the walk cooler. You also have the option of sitting outside at one of the many shaded cafes and eating lunch, drinking a cool iced tea and perhaps just watching the people walk by.

A trip to Sedona is not complete without a visit to one of Sedona's famous “vortexes” is a must. Some years back, Sedona went through a big New Age movement and four spots - Bell Rock, Airport Mesa, Cathedral Rock, and Boynton Canyon - were designated as “vortexes” for spiritual reasons. They are said to have been created by spiraling spiritual energy that can facilitate prayer, meditation, and healing.