Posts by Ginger Warder:
A two-country road trip, first up, Barcelona and Sagrada Familia and cafes of this exciting city, then some time in a castle in Minervois, Southern France.
By Ginger Warder You can spend a weekend in Virginia’s capital, Richmond, and see most of its historic attractions without spending a dime in admission fees. I’ve lived in several states and several cities, but this is one of my favorite hometowns, partly because there are so many great free things to do in Richmond! […]
A Locavore’s Tour of Cévennes National Park — MEET offers exclusive experiences with local experts on food, wine, and culture. By Ginger Warder When I was invited to test an eco-tourism itinerary titled Hiking Up a Gourmet Appetite in Cevennes National Park in France I wasn’t sure what to expect. But I was intrigued by the activities: spend […]
Grab Your Gucci Poochie and Head to Miami By Ginger Warder Where else but in America’s version of the Riviera would you find a restaurant for canines only? While I was traveling to research my upcoming book, Fido’s Florida: A Dog-Friendly Guide to the Sunshine State, my 100-pound German Shepherd, Tipsy, usually got the short […]
How a card-carrying member of AARP learned a new trick By Ginger Warder For someone born B.C. (before computers), writing a mobile travel application seemed a daunting task. However, all of us in the travel writing industry know that mobile apps are the next paradigm shift in our business, so I knew I had to […]
By Ginger Warder On my first trip to Germany more than 10 years ago, I fell in love with Bavaria: the romantic castles and onion-domed churches, the fabulous food and frothy beers, and the cable cars that take you into the clouds and the snowy Alps above them. My best friend and I rented a […]
By Ginger Warder I am what most people would call “a Christmas nut.” I watch Miracle on 34th Street every Thanksgiving, and from that time on, I drive my friends crazy playing Christmas music, decorating, and spreading holiday cheer. I came by it naturally, inheriting the gene from my father, who couldn’t wait to drag […]