At Loving The Layover, I understand that traveling requires a lot of time. For those of us who are limited to long weekends and 2 weeks of vacation, seeing the world can feel impossible. But I don’t let my busy schedules keep me from doing what I love most—exploring the world!
I’ve created this community so that others can do the same.
Whether its booking a perfect day trip or making the most out of your weekend, I’m here to help you embrace every moment of travel…even the layovers!
On a recent work trip to Seattle, Matthew and I were able to squeeze in an extra day of travel for sightseeing. Here is a quick re-cap of the things we were able to do with one full day in Seattle. Gum Wall & Pikes Place We arrived in Seattle early in the morning & …
After our Disney World race-cation we decided to extend our trip with a 3 night Disney Cruise from Port Canaveral. Our itinerary took us to Castaway Cay (Disney’s private island in the Bahamas). With a day at sea to get there and back, it was a total of 3 nights on the ship. Having recently …
With the new RunDisney dates and themes out for 2023 I wanted to take a moment to share my experience at the most recent Disney Princess Half Marathon. Here is some valuable advice for any aspiring racers! Arrive Early The latest arrival possible would put you into Orlando just in time for the final bib …
Who’s behind “Loving the Layover”? Great question! We are two Californians who are determined to see the world and experience amazing hospitality along the way. Unlike some lucky bloggers who have been able to quit their day jobs to travel, we still hold normal 9-5’s. In our spare time, we find new adventures wherever we can. When we’re not traveling internationally, you’ll find us spending time outdoors, enjoying the beauty of Northern California.
To help you navigate, we have separated our blog into four main sections:
Travel Tips – This section compiles all of the travel do’s and don’ts we wish we would have known before packing our bags!
In 24 Hours – Here you will find itineraries and tips on how to visit specific locations in just one day or less.
Food and Wine– Lots of people are self proclaimed foodies, but we’re serious gastronomy geeks! We both hold degrees in hospitality management along with a few other certifications in wine and spirits. Our fascination with food and it’s respective relationship to culture is what got us traveling together in the first place.
A Small World– Last but not least, we have a section detailing our advice for traveling to the different Disney Resorts all over the world. Because who doesn’t need to let out their inner kid once in awhile?