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 . . .
If you missed the first installment of my Bill home tour (it's really not that fancy, y'all. I just love architecture and Bill Clinton, and he has just so happened to live near where my family and I live), see my tour of Bill Clinton's Birthplace in Hope, AR. On to Fayetteville, AR, where Bill . . .
Farmers Markets In my time here in the Dallas / Ft. Worth area, I've discovered that it is easier to find a big box store full of not-so-fresh fruits and veggies versus a place that sells some local grown goodies. Oh, Fayetteville Farmers' Market, how I miss the! Even though I only ever visited on . . .
Life as I know it I graduated college in May and life said, "Hello, let's go!" I'd gotten so comfortable with "home" that moving so soon was never a thought that passed through my mind. Alas, Life was all like, "Who cares what you tried to plan? Stop being a passenger seat driver, I got this!" . . .
Explore the City Recently I went on a photo exploration with Kentrell (Life in re:VIEW blog + flashedwin tumblr), and we explored Dickson St, which is one of the main valves of the city of Fayetteville. We got some nice shots while wandering down an alley, as alleys are always full of random . . .