Visiting upstate New York was an exciting and fresh opportunity to visit a part of the U.S. that we pretty much never have set our feet before. We never thought we would have such a good time in the Capital District of New York.
We made a last minute decision to visit Boston at the end of the summer. Finding a hotel at a reasonable price was not an easy task. Even budget hotels were priced high.
Overall I like the Denver International Airport, but as it is a United hub with more and more traffic, it’s very prone to delays and cancellations. That’s the reason I got to experience a night at this hotel.
Last month, I had to pleasure to attend the InfoComm Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. It’s a conference for Audio-Visual technicians and anyone interested in the audio and visual aspects of IT.
If there’s one town where I wouldn’t mind buying a second home and retiring, it’s in the small summer resort town of Särö on the west coast of Sweden, located just south of Göteborg.
Far away from the hustle of bustle of major cities and tourist destinations, lies a small rural town called Älmhult. This is where IKEA was born in 1943, founded by Ingvar Kamprad. Did you know about their hotel?
We’ve always driven by this hotel and wondered what it would be like to stay there. It’s easy to miss, not the most inviting hotel from the outside, and kind of shunned to the side.