JamieRhein

About Jamie Rhein

Jamie Rhein, who has lived in five countries and five states is a writer who specializes in adventure, family and bargain travel. Festivals are a forte—the Pawpaw Festival is a favorite. A member of the Midwest Travel Writers Association, Jamie has articles in several publications including Ohio Magazine and Country Living (Buckeye Power) as well as posts at Gadling, Uptake.com and Hotel Scoop. Currently, she lives in Columbus, Ohio.

Philadelphia: Patriotic, Affordable and Fun

Guest post and photos by Jamie Rhein

This past summer, a friend and I headed to Philadelphia for a quick two-day getaway with the aim to spend quality time with each other while playing tourists. Because of Philadelphia’s walk ability, we were able to cover a lot of ground on foot, traveling from the trendy to […]

February 15th, 2017|Food, Lodging, Restaurants and Dining, Travel|

Berlin, Ohio is Perfect for a Quiet Weekend Getaway

Guest post by Jamie Rhein

Berlin, Ohio in Holmes’ County is known for everything Amish from apple butter and fried pies to handcrafted furniture. Cheese is another Holmes County claim to fame. Years ago, we bought a roll top desk from an Amish woodworker whose shop is in nearby Charm. When it was ready, we received a […]

January 5th, 2017|Ohio, Restaurants and Dining|

Halong Bay, Vietnam: Tourist Hot Spot That’s Still Stuns

When my son and I traveled to Hanoi, Vietnam this summer, just one out-of-town jaunt was on my list — Halong Bay. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1994, Halong Bay, dotted with more than 2000 craggy islands, has turned into a major tourist attraction that pulls in people by the bus loads. Despite the robust popularity that’s […]

December 7th, 2016|Cruise, UNESCO World Heritage sites|