Who doesn’t love a good beach day?
The warm sun on your skin, splashing around in the water for a bit, enjoying a picnic with friends and family. Doesn’t get much better than that, right?
Now, when it comes to beaches, most people have a few hot spots in mind. The vast miles of sand in Florida, or the fun surfer’s beaches of California, or even the cold invigorating waters of New England.
But did you realize that the Midwest has some pretty good beaches too?
Sure, they aren’t quite the palm trees and warm waters of the tropics, but there are plenty of destinations across the Midwest that are perfect for a day at the beach or a weekend getaway.
That’s what we’re going to share in this post, some of our favorite spots to win the title of best beaches in the Midwest.
We don’t have to tell you that there are plenty of places to spend a pretty penny on a delicious meal in Boston, but there is also a fair share of spots to chow down without breaking the bank. Here are some of our favorites.
If you love Mexican food, there are few better places to go in the United States than San Diego. There is a ton to see and do in this thriving and popular city, but the tacos might be the biggest draw (besides the weather!).
In this post, we’re going to get right to it and share with you the top tacos in San Diego. If you are a true taco love, you are not going to want to miss this list.
So, get your appetite ready, and start planning your taco bucket list.
Along with all of the usual Orlando suspects—Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World—there’s another fun and exciting attraction that many visitors may not know about. We’re talking about Gatorland, a one-of-a-kind park that combines the thrill of a theme park with the wonder and whimsy of a zoo. Read More
Seattle is known for a number of things: beautiful summers, coffee, the famous flying fish at Pike Place Market. But, did you know this gem of the Pacific Northwest is also home to some incredible architecture?
The city is chock full of really cool buildings, both old and new, that draw visitors from around the world. If you love visiting cities and seeing something beyond your standard skyscraper, you’re in for a treat.
In this post, we’re going to highlight some of the fascinating Seattle architecture that you’ll find across the skyline. Grab your camera and let’s take a look!
It’s the final matchup of Parks Madness 2018! After thousands of votes across the 4 rounds, we’re excited to announce our bracket finalists: Glacier National Park and Rocky Mountain National Park.
There is something truly captivating about a million different glittering stars winking down at you from a dark and enchanted night sky. It says several things all at once and absolutely nothing at the same time.
It’s a reminder to breathe. A reminder that you are a small piece of something much bigger than you know. A reminder you can achieve anything you want in this life.
If you live in the country, you have an advantage over most. It means you can star gaze most any time you’d like. But for those living near around-the-clock lit up cities, it calls for vacation and a little planning. Keep reading for our beginner’s guide.