Puerto Vallarta relaxation is what the doctor ordered when Stacey and I decided to have a long weekend to celebrate our 18th wedding anniversary and have our first kid-free getaway together in a few years. We chose Puerto Vallarta generally and Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel & Romantic Getaway specifically as a good place to have some time together without parenting duties.
Well, hello again. Trips By Lance started nearly four years ago, but it seems like it’s time to start again. Looking back at 2016 — a year when Stacey officially joined the effort — we posted all of six times. It’s not her fault; we can thank my career decisions for the need for a rebirth of Trips By Lance. Let me explain.
One day at Legoland California can be just the right amount of time for even the most Lego-obsessed family. But planning is in order to make the most of that one day at Legoland. If the family only has a … Continue reading →
A cultural treasure, children’s playground, fairytale world of possibilities, crowded fantasyland, terror for any travel planner and a day of dread are all terms that accurately explained my outlook on our one day at Disneyland. I suspect Disney fanatics could … Continue reading →
Imagine floating on a small inner-tube down a mountain river with gentle rapids. It’s in the middle of a rainforest on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, and it’s raining. The dream always includes a gentle rain falling. But this isn’t … Continue reading →
Anyone visiting the United Kingdom probably works off a list of things to do that usually starts with experiencing the amazing British capital. London’s airports are common gateways to the United States and other countries. London is one of my … Continue reading →
When you head south for a weekend or a few days or a weeklong-plus trip to the Gulf Coast, you’re going for obvious reasons. Sun. Sand. A break from the routine or the weather or the general monotony of daily … Continue reading →
When Adrienne Eller first saw it, the student at NYU knew she had to make her way to that stage one day. It was 2013 and Eller was watching “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder” on Broadway … Continue reading →