If you look up “picturesque beach town” in the dictionary, Seaside, Florida would appear next to the definition. I recently visited this adorable hideaway for a Bachelorette party and loved every second of it. Think beautiful beach houses, biking as the main mode of transportation, rows of food trucks and beach front shops. If you have not visited, put this stop along 30A at the … Continue reading Sand & Sunshine | A Guide to Seaside
When I think of Nashville, the first thing that pops into my head is country music, cowboys and honky tonk bars. Although the capital of Tennessee does contain all of these things, the city has so much more to offer residents and tourists. It is filled with great food, friendly people and good times. When one of my best friends turned 25, we gathered a group … Continue reading Country Music & Cowboy Boots | A Guide to Nashville
Washington D.C. has something for everyone whether you are a history buff, bar enthusiast, food snob or sports fanatic. What seems to be an interactive history classroom by day transforms into a playground at night. DC is filled with rooftop happy hours, eclectic cocktail bars and innovative restaurants keeping up to date with the trends. I recently visited DC for the Fourth of July weekend, and it was as exciting … Continue reading Down In The District | A Guide to D.C.