While snow is beautiful to look at, not everyone loves the idea of shivering through each winter season. So, whether you need to fly south for a little break or you’re California dreamin’, here are five hotspots to wait out Old Man Winter this year.
If there’s any year to feel okay with not having any plans, 2020 is probably the one. But if you’re still itching to do something to celebrate the new year, we have a few ideas.
When it comes to Florida, you hear a lot about a handful of certain cities like St. Augustine, Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, and the Keys. They are all fantastic cities to visit. But there are some other great cities you shouldn’t miss. Check out this quick guide to get you started.
What’s not to love about hot chocolate? It warms you up and makes you happy. Plus, you get to top it with marshmallows.
It’s great anytime, but it’s especially good when the temperature drops. And Mid-America can get pretty cold, which is why we are going to tell you where to find the hot chocolate in this particular region. All of the shops listed below are said to have “the best hot chocolate ever!” Sounds like a challenge. Are you up for taste-testing your way through the list?
When the weather gets chilly, there’s nothing better than a cozy, satisfying dish to keep the cold at bay. Here are some tried-and-true favorites to get you through the brisk days ahead.
You might not think of Florida as a Christmas destination since it doesn’t experience cold or snowy winters. But don’t count it out as a vacation option just yet. Here are some things to see and do during Christmastime in Florida.
It’s easy to see why people love visiting the northeastern region of the United States. With its many metropolitan cities, restaurants, museums, and nightlife, there is a ton of excitement to choose from. Plus, it also has a peaceful side, with plenty of rural areas and beautiful scenery.
There are many places in the northeast you could easily mark down on your travel list. In the post, we are going to highlight 3 of them to get you started.
There are some things that are uniquely New England: foliage, fluffernutter sandwiches, and clam chowder. While places to enjoy a bowl are truly a dime a dozen, you’ll be a lot better off if you know where to go for the crème de la crème.