If you’ve been to London before, you know that 3 days is just NOT enough to see everything. Unfortunately, that was all the time we had on this trip, as we were there for a wedding and on to other countries after, so we decided to squeeze in as much as we could in 3 short days. If this is your first time to London, we definitely recommend staying longer, but if like us, 3 days is all you have, consider this itinerary for a nice variety of activities.
Looking for a great escape during these unprecedented times? Shenandoah National Park is just 75 miles from Washington, D.C. and is bursting with nature! From the endless vistas to the fields of wildflowers and countless wildlife, you will find a reprieve from the daily pandemic life! It’s the perfect getaway for families, friends, couples, or even a solo traveler. Shenandoah is known for its fall foliage, so naturally we went in the beginning of November. Although we were able to see some really beautiful vistas with colorful leaves, many of the leaves had already changed. The peak time to see fall foliage is mid-late October. Shenandoah has so much to explore, but it’s our hope that this guide will help you make your perfect itinerary.
If you’re living in the US, New Orleans is the perfect spot for a long weekend getaway. Enjoy nightlife, nature and history all in one place. There’s a reason it’s one of the TOP bachelorette/bachelor party destinations! And if you’re like us and want to do more than just party, check out this awesome itinerary!
So you’re planning a short trip to the “City of Love?” Paris has an unlimited amount of amazing things to do, see, and eat! But with only a few days to spend here, it’s important to plan your trip carefully so you see as much as you can without burning out!
Every year, we try to take a long weekend trip sometime in the fall. We typically choose our destination by cheapest/best flight we can find. Knoxville happened to have VERY cheap flights through AllegiantAir, so our decision was made for us. We would rent a car, check out the foliage in the Smoky Mountains, do a road trip to Nashville and be home in under 4 days.
With Jenny being a teacher, vacation time during the school year can be hard to come by. We sometimes can squeeze in short 3 or 4 day vacations, and Asheville proved to be the perfect home base for such a trip!