When Jeremy first told me about Morro Bay, the tiny town along California’s Central Coast where he grew up, I had a picture in my head that looked a lot like Southern California: waving palm trees, beautiful people wearing neon shorts and roller skating or… [read more]
Beignets. Jazz music. Ghosts. Gumbo. New Orleans is one of the most unique places in the USA, with a complex history that reflects the story of the United States. And the food – oh, the food! 3 days in New Orleans is just enough time to eat plenty of Creole food, befriend some ghosts, learn about complex history, and explore New Orleans’ most beautiful neighborhoods. Here’s the perfect 3-day New Orleans itinerary!
Have you ever CLICKED with a place? We clicked hard with Savannah and we’ve been trying to figure out why. Was it the town’s stunning beauty? Was it the fact that everything or we ate or drank was absolutely incredible? Was it the thrilling tales of ghosts and murder and hoodoo lurking behind the closed shutters of Savannah’s elegant, refined homes? Was it the weird quirks, the unexplained mysteries, the myths and legends and nuanced history of a city that’s older than the country it’s in? Well… yes. Here’s 29 of our favorite quirks, stories, and anecdotes from one of the most fascinating places we’ve ever visited: Savannah, Georgia.
Have you ever fallen head over heels in love with a place? We fell HARD for Savannah, Georgia. Here’s the thing: Savannah, Georgia is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been, and one of the most historically important cities in the USA. But underneath all that genteel elegance lies a fascinating web of stories, myths, and legends ranging from quirky to downright morbid. And that nuanced complexity is what makes Savannah absolutely enchanting. From amazing food and drinks to historic homes and spine-tingling ghost stories, here are all the best things to do in Savannah, GA on the perfect weekend trip!
If you’re planning a trip to Beantown, there’s a few things you should know about locals: most of them don’t say chowdah, almost all of them run on Dunkin’ Donuts, and none of them approved of the branding shift to Dunkin’. I learned all of this and more from our Guest Poster, a Boston local with insider knowledge who created the ultimate 3-day Boston weekend itinerary!
Just across the Bay from San Francisco, Oakland, California is an urban cultural mecca that stretches from the coast to redwood-covered rolling hills. Did you know that Oakland is home to TWO huge redwood parks, a lake in the middle of downtown, 3 historic Art Deco theatres, a food and coffee scene that rivals San Francisco, a system of hidden staircases, and over 600 street art murals? We’ve lived here for 8 years and we’re STILL discovering new things to love about our home city every day! Here are 29 things nobody tells you about Oakland, California.