Day 2 in NYC Fashion, high end shopping, exploring, eating, and grateful to be in NYC on such a sad but bonding day in our nation's recent history. This is just a quick taste of what happened today. I'll give more detailed posts on my Bloomingdale's shopping trip with Dom & Char (previous . . .
Day 1 in NYC We left Texas before it was bright and early, and touched down in NYC - then we sat in the car with the driver for 3 hours due to rain and US open traffic. That doubled our travel time. My friend Nicole & her boyfriend took us around that evening after we settled into the hotel. . . .
If you're anything like me this summer, you've been on the go, non-stop. Weekend trips here, girls weekends there, brunch a little bit of everywhere! It's easiest to pack up my Blue Avocado (eco) hip pod, throw in my Threads for Thought dress that can be casual or chic - keeping my entire bag . . .
Whenever I travel, I try my best to explore the city and connect with locals to find out the best hidden gems to then come share with you all here. That old school connection is what Old World New is all about. I'm so happy to be the direct connection in this travel post for y'all this time, since . . .
I recently visited my home town of Fayetteville, AR and had the best time staying as a guest and exploring like a tourist, but with knowledge of the best secret places to visit. While there, I stayed at the Stay-Inn-Style Bed & Breakfast, a family owned inn with 8 uniquely styled . . .
Texas has an island. Apparently they don't teach you that in Arkansas history classes. I'm still amazed by it, and since I've visited twice, I must know everything there is to know about it, right? Ok, maybe not. I have, however, figured out some of the must-see places along with the help of the . . .
I had the pleasure of staying at The Coppersmith Inn bed and breakfast last October. It was my first time to stay in one - can you say excited?! I previously wrote about it in my 4 Reasons to Choose a Bed & Breakfast post, but I want to share more intimate details of my experience with you . . .