August 14, 2021
There is something of a selfish component to why Kathy Rudolph Petrino loves to write about her extensive travel itinerary. Her greatest desire is to teach people how to enjoy traveling to the best places, while also keeping her favorite haunts popular.  When they thrive she can visit again and again. Because she has a generous spirit, Kathy also would like for those who read her blog to make fewer of the missteps she has made on the same trips.

One of Kathy Rudolph Petrino’s favorite destinations is the Emerald Coast of Florida.Once called the “Redneck Riviera,” that moniker has been replaced in recent years because celebrities and “beautiful people” have transformed the motley assortment of beach towns and resorts by encouraging a revitalization. As the “Emerald Coast” of Florida, many savvy investors have built lots of new hotels and condo buildings, including the region’s first-ever five-star resort, called Henderson Beach Resort. During this boom, the town of Seaside has become one of the most beautiful and eco-friendly towns in Florida.
February 15, 2021
Kathy Rudolph Petrino is a travel blogger who likes to write about the places she visits because she wants others to know about them and encourage them to enjoy them as she has all these years. Kathy has a strong sense of adventure and by writing about her adventures, she can encourage others to share in the fun and enjoy the same sorts of things. One of Kathy Rudolph Petrino’s favorite places to travel is Las Vegas, Nevada and she would really love if everyone went there. She doesn’t like it just because “everything in Vegas stays in Vegas,” either. She loves the city because it is simply a city full of fun. That’s true even if you don’t like gambling.

Of course, if you love to gamble, Kathy Rudolph Petrino says there are few places in the world more accommodating than Las Vegas. However, there is far more to Las Vegas than risking all of your money to games of chance. Las Vegas can also be among the least expensive travel destinations in the country because of all the available deals and because of the free and very cheap entertainment all over the city, starting with the free circus acts on display at Circus Circus.

Also, if you think the Las Vegas Strip looks cool as you drive through or walk along the sidewalk, Kathy Rudolph Petrino wants you to know you can traverse the city in a helicopter. Visit a facsimile of the Eiffel Tower at one hotel/casino, or cruise the canals of Venus at another. There are the death-defying amusement park rides, there is a miniature Manhattan skyline with a roller coaster running through it, and there isa large castle rising up next to a giant pyramid. Lots to see at a fair price.