Traveling has honestly become one of my favorite things to do. And as I’ve gotten older, I’ve had the incredible opportunity to be able to travel more. (And luckily, I have a job that allows me the freedom to travel often). I’ve loved posting travel guides lately and thought it would be fun to share another one today.
(Be sure to check out my Philadelphia travel guide and St. Louis travel guide).
I recently took a quick trip to New York City. Although I’ve visited NYC dozens of times, this was one of my shortest trips. I only had 48 hours to really explore NYC. Two days might sound short, but I’m here to tell you that there’s TONS to explore in New York City in a short amount of time.
Here’s what to see, do and eat in New York City:
Happy Monday everyone! Also, happy July. Quick question: What day do you guys consider to be the “start” of the week? Because I’ve always thought Sunday was the first day of the week. But I know a lot of people consider Monday to be the start of the week. I guess it’s because Monday is the start of most people’s work/school week? Sunday is the start of my work week though. I’ve always been confused on that.
I just Googled it and even Google doesn’t have a definitive answer. Weird. Anyway, as promised, today I’m going to be sharing a recap of my recent trip to Philadelphia. Since I love putting together little travel guides (like this one for St. Louis), I thought it would be fun to share a few of my Philly “must do’s.” Normally when I visit Philadelphia, it’s usually only for a day or two. But from experience, there’s a ton of fun things you can do and explore in Philly in a short amount of time!
Heading to Philly? Here’s what to see, do and eat in Philadelphia:
Happy Monday! I’m FINALLY back from Florida (I miss Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort SO much right now), which means you can expect regular/frequent blog updates/posts again. (Gosh, I’ve missed having high speed internet! I still can’t get over the horrible wifi situation at the hotel I was staying at. Needless to say, I WON’T have to deal with that ever again because I know have a personal wifi router thanks to AT&T!).
Before I share my Disney World Haul and my first ever Universal Orlando Resort Haul, I wanted to share a little bit more from my trip to St. Louis earlier this month.
If you recall from my previous blog posts, I took an impromptu two day road trip to St. Louis right before I left for Florida and man, was it AMAZING. (St. Louis is such an underrated city). Within my 48 hour trip, I was able to visit nine (that’s right, NINE) awesome St. Louis attractions (and a majority of them were FREE!).
If you’re ever in the St. Louis area, then you should definitely check out these nine amazing St. Louis attractions: Continue reading