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Terri Marshall

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Terri is a New York City based writer who is happiest when she’s globetrotting and loves bringing stories of her adventures to her readers. She is the Globetrotting Grandmom for TravelingMom.com, editor of SheBuysCars.com, and a contributor to TravelSquire.com, RoamRight.com, International Living and several other publications. You can learn more about Terri and her work at www.trippingwithterri.com. Connect with Terri on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TrippingwithTerri on Twitter @trippingwterri and on Instagram @trippingwithterri

December, 2015 – Eat, Drink and Be Merry in New Orleans

Travel with Terri Eat, Drink and Be Merry in New Orleans Story and Photos by Terri Marshall       If there were ever a time of year to eat,...

November, 2015 – Highland Chocolates: The Chocolate Factory with a Heart

Chocolate factories are happy places. The sweet smells make your nose happy and the delicious samples make your taste buds happy. But Highland Chocolates in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania will make your heart happy.

October, 2015 – Getting to Know the Charms and Characters of St. John’s Newfoundland

Travel with Terri Getting to Know the Charms and Characters of St. John's, Newfoundland Story and Photos by Terri Marshall     Arriving in St. John’s, Newfoundland I was...

September, 2015 – Discover Utrecht: Holland’s City of Charm

Travel with Terri Discover Utrecht:  Holland's City of Charm Story and Photos by Terri Marshall     When you plan a trip to Holland the itinerary has to include...

August, 2015 – Exploring Lima, Peru: A City of Contrasts

Travel with Terri Exploring Lima, Peru:  A City of Contrasts Story and Photos by Terri Marshall       Lima rises above the cliffs of the Pacific coastline where paragliders...

July, 2015 – Summer History Lessons

As a Florida resident, you have most likely been to St. Augustine, but the history goes way beyond the nation's oldest settlement. Here are a few great historical sites to entertain the family without leaving the state.