Once we made it to the West Coast, it was time to explore some of these bigger cities on our way up to Vancouver.
After our stay in Banff we took a road trip down over the border and west to Portland. This took us five days to comply, although we did take the scenic route and we’re hindered by the weather at points. Along the way we spent the days driving and sightseeing then staying in smaller towns wherever we ended up.
Well I hadn’t planning on traveling again this year, but I ended up attending a conference called Senchacon 2016 in Las Vegas for my work at MagiQ Software. Definitely a place that I wasn’t planning on visiting anytime soon, but I ended up really enjoying my time there. The city is certifiably crazy but has a very unique atmosphere, and I learnt a lot from my time at the conference. Continue reading “Work and Play in Vegas”
I’m not sure if it’s just because we came from LA, but Seattle seems like quite a relaxed city. It’s still a big place and there are still a lot of people downtown, but the combination of the weather and the slower pace we decided to set means that Seattle has felt a lot calmer.