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My Top 12 Favorite Broadway Shows

My family and I LOVE to go to a Broadway show every time we are in the city. My Mom collects Playbill programs, my brother always buys the music CD and I always get the bag of M&M’s at intersession. It’s definitely a family tradition! I still remember my first Broadway show, The Lion King when I was about 9 years old. What a musical! This show will always be one of my top three all-time favorites, with Wicked and Mamma Mia! as well. There’s something about these shows that I can see them over and over again! Broadway tickets can get very expensive, but if you book your tickets in advance you’re more likely to get better seats at a low cost. Another way to obtain low-cost tickets is waiting until the very last half an hour prior to the show. There’s a ticket booth in Times Square where you can get tickets up to 50% OFF. These are usually leftover tickets, which means your seats will most likely suck. But regardless of where …

Chicago – The Windy City!

Today I decided to blog about my visit to Chicago, The Windy City! A quick trip through memory lane from my travels in 2013.  Four years ago, before deciding to travel the world full-time, I visited my dearest friend Cristi Romero. Like myself at the time, she was attending Loyola University in Chicago at the time.  When you are young the best advice I can give to a college student is to visit ALL your friends  in college. I used to have a blast and met a lot of interesting people that today I can call friends. That being said, my friend Cristi made sure I had an epic experience during my short 3-day visit! 🙂    I remember being so excited for my weekend getaway. Mostly because I was going to visit a new city for the first time and also two of our friends from High School got to join us as well.  Imagine six girls sleeping in a college dorm… There were suitcases and mattresses all over the apartment, it was a mess but …

This is Miami: What To See & Do

📍Miami, Florida, USA ✈️ Arrive at Miami International Airport (MIA) or Fort-Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) 🏨 Stay at SLS Brickell – 1 Hotel South Beach – Mandarin Oriental -EAST Hotel     ☀️ When to go? February – July  🍴Must Try: Miami’s Authentic Cuban Cuisine (Versailles Restaurant)  🚲 Bikes Available for rent via Citibike Miami   1.Wynwood Walls – No visit to Miami is complete without stopping by Wynwood Walls. Located in Wynwood neighborhood. Each wall has it’s uniqueness! 2. Perez Art Museum – If you like art, this is the place to be. The Perez Art Museum focuses on showcasing famous artists from all over the world and their art work. Enjoy exhibitions all year around. For more information, visit their website at http://pamm.org 3. Freedom Tower – During the revolution, many Cubans left their country and head towards starting a new life in Miami. Upon arrival, cubans needed to check-in to the Freedom Tower. Also, did you know this building was the tallest building in Miami? 4. Little Havana – A piece of …

A Weekend in San Francisco

My friends from college decided to plan a trip to San Francisco for Labor Day weekend! I was very excited for this weekend getaway because I don’t get to travel with multiple friends very often. Believe it or not, convincing a group of people to join you on your next adventure is a challenge. Here’s a quick DO’s and DON’Ts guide: Golden Gate Bridge DO: Walk through the Golden Gate bridge! It’s only 20 minute hike and be sure to wear appropriate shoe wear! | DON’T: There are two lookout point at the Golden Gate Bridge. Don’t go to the right side, go to the left instead. #TravelTip: Always wear comfortable walking shoes! — Mariella Molestina N (@TheFabScript) September 5, 2015 World Famous Cable Car You can’t visit San Francisco and not ride the cable car! DO: Wait in line, it goes by fast. | DON’T seat inside the riding car. Wait for the next cable car to come to ride in the outside section! Chu-Chu! 🚋 💨 San Francisco, California, USA 📍🌏 A post …

A Quick Hike Around The Grand Canyon

There are many ways to see the Grand Canyon! From helicopter rides to camping in the Grand Canyon National Park from day-tour from Las Vegas to road-tripping by your own, this beautiful place is worth the visit. Here’s a recollection of photos I took during my quick, yet fun, hike around The Grand Canyon: Tips: Always refill your bottle water and/or buy water whenever you can. Be sure your tank is full or above half-full at all times! There are few gas stations in this road. Before you’re read trip, be sure to get a lot of snacks. Bring appropriate shoe-wear! Until next trip,