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Through Others’ Eyes {Blog’nhagen}

One of the coolest things about going on various blogger trips – Virginia, Nice, Copenhagen – is not only meeting new bloggers and learning about the creative endeavors they’re up to, but it’s also seeing the posts they cook up for their own blog after each event. Ashley of Chasing Heartbeats broke her coverage down into several posts full of her beautiful images (she’s a professional photographer after all), but nothing made me giggle more the video she made throughout the day. It just feels real (we really did get... Read The Rest →

High Five :: Williamsburg, Virginia

I’m starting a new series called High Five. The idea is that I’ll pick my five favorite discoveries from places I’ve traveled. There are a million guides out in the world, but of course you can’t do everything when you travel. So if you only have a limited time, these are the five picks I’d recommend. To round out my Virginia week, I thought it only appropriate to start with High 5 :: Williamsburg, Virginia. Additionally, I just discovered an awesome new site/app called Everplaces. For each edition I’ll be... Read The Rest →

Williamsburg Highlight :: Historic Jamestowne

The theme of our trip to Williamsburg quickly became “where history comes alive.” With interpreters and actors in period dress, talking and acting like they were in the 18th century, you get a sense of the time and place. However, of everyone we met, Danny Schmidt, an archeologist at Historic Jamestowne, whose energy and passion best brought history alive. Historic Jamestowne is considered to be the birthplace of America, as the first permanent home to English settlers in the New World. Today it is jointly administered by the National Park... Read The Rest →

The Cheese Shop :: Williamsburg, VA

When I told Grace (Design*Sponge herself) that I was headed to Williamsburg on mypress trip, the first thing she told me was “Go to The Cheese Shop.” As someone who went to William & Mary and knows the area well (in addition to fully trusting her style), I knew this had to be a priority on my trip. I drove down to Williamsburg from Alexandria around noon to avoid major traffic. The plan worked great and I made it in just over 2.5 hours. I checked in to our hotel... Read The Rest →

 
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