Hey, friends! Do you like to travel, but you may be short on time, the work schedule is not as flexible, or the budget isn’t just there yet? If you live in a place where it’s colder, you may already be thinking about your favorite warm spots, or just need to get away to shake off the mundane. I know from experience that having cabin fever isn’t the business, and I need to do something fun between now and summer. That includes traveling!
I have some tips that may solve your wanderlust.
Last weekend, we went to Richmond, VA; my mother organized a ladies’ getaway for our church. It’s always around this time (September, right after school starts) that we discover new things in another town outside of our area. Remember my post about St. Michaels? Just a few days away from home, but full of activities and socializing.
With its mark in history, profound architecture, and haven for culture and the arts, Richmond has plenty to offer for visitors. Throughout the area, you can see a balance of historical and modern life. Here’s a glimpse of our trip. There are lots of pictures under the cut!
Happy Thursday, everyone. How have you been?
My family and I visited Bethany Beach, DE, a few weeks ago, to celebrate my Grandpa’s 80th birthday. It was a short trip, but it was still lots of fun. I brought the trusty camera to document the day.
During our Spring break (the week before Easter), my friend and I went to Annapolis – she had never visited before! You know I had to show her around. Our state’s capital has so much to offer – the history, arts and entertainment, good food, and a modern, preppy feel that many enjoy. It’s only an hour away from where I am. Right off of Route 50, towards the beaches.
I’ve lived in Maryland for the majority of my life, and I’ve never been to St. Michaels. Isn’t that a shame? Well, that all changed last weekend.