Browsing Tag: dog friendly travel

Dog Friendly Atlanta

Four Legged Guide to Atlanta

So I’ve convinced you to travel to Atlanta with your dog and now you’re wondering what you’re actually going to be able to do now that you’re there – well I have a few suggestions… WHERE TO GO | get out and go for a walk by exploring some local parks 1. Piedmont Park – […]

Where to Hike in Virginia with your Dog

We love to go hiking with Kendall and Virginia is easily one of my favourite places to take her – the weather isn’t usually killing us like in the South and the mountains are gorgeous. You’ll notice that a lot of our recommendations include water and that’s because Kendall is a total water dog and […]

Dog Friendly Atlanta

Checking In: Renaissance Atlanta Midtown

One of the biggest problems we face when traveling with Kendall is that we can’t leave her in the room and we’re forced to plan our days around her, meaning we can miss out on some of the “bigger attractions” of the places we visit – that was until we found Renaissance Hotels. The Renaissance […]

Review of Mountain Lake Lodge

Checking In: Mountain Lake Lodge

While the scenery was beautiful and I loved the 7 mile drive up the top of the mountain to reach Mountain Lake Lodge, I don’t think we were exactly the target audience. If you’re traveling with a large party or want a holiday to keep the kids busy then this is your place, the list […]

Review of The Clifton Inn in Virigina

Checking In: The Clifton Inn

From the very moment we drove up the gravel drive, the southern girl inside of me was in seventh heaven, the big colonial house, the flowers upon flowers and the welcoming staff I was instantly reminded of all the reasons I had moved to the South for college. After hiking 3 some miles in 100+ […]

How To Fly Internationally with Your Dog

One of the most frequent questions we get asked after “your dog has her own Instagram” is “how do you take your dog on the plane with you” so I thought I would explain how we manage to fly back and forth between London and Philadelphia with Kendall in tow. Most importantly – Kendall is allowed […]

Tyneham, A WWII Ghost Town

Before the Second World War, Tyneham was a simple village in Dorset focusing most of their attention on farming. In December 1943, the villagers were moved out by the Royal British Army, prior to Churchill’s War Cabinet deciding to use the area for D-Day preparations. It was thought at the time the villagers would be able […]