The Perfect Winter Getaway to Burlington, Vermont

Although Burlington isn’t the capital of Vermont, this earthy-crunchy, uber-hip, progressive city seems to steal the spotlight within the state. With hundreds of restaurants, micro-breweries and live music venues, there’s a bustling food and entertainment scene, and with Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains nearby, there are tons of outdoor activities to enjoy as well. … Continue Reading

How To See NYC in 2 Days Solo & Under $300

With 8.4 million people packed into just 304 square miles, New York City is super crowded, extremely fast paced, and can certainly be intimidating. It’s also extremely expensive in comparison to other major US cities and can really clean out your wallet if you’re not careful. However, if you plan your trip right, a visit … Continue Reading

My First and Probably Last Time in Vegas: As Wild As the Movies

You are currently having one of the following two thoughts after looking at the photo above: OMG, that looks like such a wild time, I want to be in that pool partying with all of those people. That is so nasty, I will never enter that pool in my entire life.

7 Helpful Hints to Surviving Firefly Music Festival

Firefly is the Lollapalooza of Delaware, in that thousands of people from all over gather for a four day long music festival full of incredible music and a whole lot of fun. This year, 30,000 people headed to The Woodlands to watch the Legendary Paul McCartney, The Killers, Modest Mouse, Sublime with Rome and about 100 … Continue Reading

New Orleans: Jazzfest, Beignets, & Bourbon Street

Even after all of my travels in my short life thus far, I say with confidence that New Orleans was one of the coolest, most culturally rich cities I’ve ever been to, particularly in the U.S. Our first good decision: deciding to visit the city for the first time during Jazz Fest. Besides the fact that the … Continue Reading

Everybody’s Starry-Eyed: An 8-day Trip Through Southern California

If you read my last post, then you already know that Southern California has a very special place in my heart. I grew up taking trips over to the sunshine state to visit my Aunt Janice in Hermosa Beach and Aunt Sandy in Morrow Bay. Although I have flown into LA multiple times, I had never really done … Continue Reading

A Spontaneous Trip to Denver

Sometimes the best trips are the ones you don’t plan at all. Sometimes the best trips are had with people you barely know or don’t even know at all. My latest trip to Colorado would fall under both of these categories. Here’s how it all started: