Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at Sand Harbor: Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy live theater right on the lake! This year includes the Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), an irreverent and lightning-paced romp through some of the greatest plays of all time.
4th of July Lights on the Lake Fireworks: Each year, Lake Tahoe puts on a spectacular fireworks show to celebrate the 4th. NBC’s Today Show calls it one of the top fireworks display in the country! Follow the link to find some of the top spots to view the event.
Planning a trip to the Texas Hill Country this summer? Here are a few favorite events happening in July and August:
For July 4th, check out Robert Earl Keen’s 4th on the River. Located in Kerrville, this all-day event features live music, food and beer, bounce houses and the largest fireworks display in the Texas Hill Country.
One of the many benefits of a membership with Perennial Vacation Club is the ability to rent additional time (nightly or weekly) at any of our three home locations. Whether you’d like to add bonus nights to your stay, or an entire extra week of vacation, our friendly Reservations Department can help! Our rental options are convenient and affordable — just contact Reservations for all of the details.
Not yet a member? Find more information about our unique, member-owned club here!
One of the best ways to savor (and remember) your travel adventures is by creating a travel journal. Even if you don’t normally journal, having a record of the places you visit and the special moments you experience along the way ensures that you’ll never forget them.
Here are a few ideas for creating a travel journal:
Start before your vacation begins! A journal is a great place to keep notes on all the places you’re planning to visit, the restaurants you’d like to try, your packing list and any other thoughts or plans you have for your trip.
Choose a portable and convenient journal. This could be a blank book or an app, such as Day One, which is also handy for storing photos. Keeping your journal with you means that you’re more likely to use it.
Capture moments on the road. Take the time to stop at a cafe or linger by a waterfall, and record right then and there all of your thoughts and impressions. Dwelling on the sights and sounds around you not only helps you capture them, but also encourages you to sink more deeply into the moment and really savor your adventures.
Keep (or take photos of) your tickets and other memorabilia. This is a great way to capture little details. You can store these in a physical journal, or keep the photos in your travel app.
Do you have any advice for creating a travel journal? Please share!