February is upon us, which means it’s time to look back on how far we’ve come and celebrate Black History Month. We always prefer to experience places and honor their history in person rather than just reading about them, so here are our top five distinguished destinations in the U.S. that come alive during Black History Month, in no particular order:
Booking airfare for your upcoming trip doesn’t have to be a nerve-wracking experience. With a little planning and strategic thinking, you can significantly reduce travel-related stress. Here are some essential tips to consider when booking your flights to ensure a smooth journey.
Mom, are you tired, feeling like you’ve been running all day and all night? If the answer is yes, it sounds like it’s time for a momcation!
Never heard of a momcation? Well, it’s exactly what it sounds like; a vacation designed to pamper moms and give them some much-needed rest and relaxation.
Have the travel itch but need help figuring out where to explore? Look no further than a unique river cruise experience! River cruises are some of the most underrated travel options, and they offer so much to see and do.
If you’re looking to combine a holiday with a good dose of Christmas cheer, look no further than these destinations where the holidays truly come alive.
From Christmas markets and spectacular lights displays to storybook streets dusted with snow, these festive towns and cities deliver the goods.
If you have always dreamed of having a destination wedding but are a little hesitant due to the current pandemic, well don’t fret. You can still have the beautiful destination wedding of your dreams.
My husband and I recently returned from spending a few days in a cabin in the mountains of Sevierville, TN. It was our first time visiting the Great Smoky Mountains and renting a cabin. We had a wonderful, relaxing time but there were a couple of things that we’d wished we’d known beforehand.