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Ski Like A Pro With 8 Proven Tips!

Friday, January 29th, 2016

with my co-writer, the lovely Amanda Quinn! JOHNNY: Christmas 2015 was hot and warm. Well, compared to the normal Christmas temperatures, it was a bit toastier. Now it seems like the snow is falling across the northern States and the temperature keeps dropping. Amanda and I enjoy skiing and with all the news coverage on Christmas weather come late, we thought it was time to put our 8 best tips to make sure you have a perfect ski trip! AMANDA: Johnny and I share a love and passion for travel. We feel very blessed to have visited some of the most beautiful and amazing places on earth. And most importantly, together! At the end of our skiing trip in Winter Park, Colorado this past December, we started talking about all the things we’ve learned along the way. And what we wished we would’ve known from the very beginning. We had so much fun recapping and compiling this list of helpful hints for you. We hope you find them helpful and enjoy! Photo credit: Rob Bye 1. Find out where the locals eat. And eat there. AMANDA: If you’re foodies like us, one of the highlights of traveling and visiting new places is getting to try the best your travel destination has to offer. And most places we travel, there is NO shortage of options. It can be all-encompassing and very time consuming trying to sift through the numerous choices! So our tip…ASK THE LOCALS. They’ve tried it all! And they know what the best of the best is! We’ve found that people generally get excited to help and make suggestions in their local cities/towns and are willing to go above and beyond to tell you in the ins and outs of the local restaurants and eateries. So go ahead, ask around! We…

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