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Bachelorette In Austin, TX

Hotel IndigoWe stayed at the hotel indigo which was a quick uber or walk from the bars and restaurants. Perfect because it wasn't too loud at night! - PubCrawler AustinThis activity was so fun! we pedaled all over Austin and stopped at bars along the way. definitely would recommend! - Dinner at Moonshinewe had the back room for dinner here since we were so many people and it was perfect! also walking distance from our hotel - Night on 6th Streetwe went to a bunch of bars on 6th street that were so fun! you can easily bar hop in that area and choose where you want to stop in and out. - Party Boat on Lake Travisthe company we used was 'Just For Fun: Watercraft Rental' and they were awesome-- slide on the boat, BBQ, music, etc. but they all pretty much do the same thing. such a fun day spent drinking and swimming on lake travis. we had to bring our own food/drink but they will grill it all for you! Most people Uber there cause its a good 30 minutes away but we actually took a party bus that wasn't crazy expensive. Make sure to bring towels, sunscreen, and water to stay hydrated - Rainey StreetRainey street is another area that has a ton of bars. We went to Unbarlievable and a few others which were so fun! - Graffiti WallsThere is graffiti all over austin but this graffiti park was the best spot to see it all. you can watch artists paint.. or even buy your own and leave your mark. Anyone can graffiti there so the park never looks the same! -

Bachelorette Weekend in Tulum

Stay @ Alma Tulum HotelAlma Tulum is amazing - highly recommend staying here! Beautiful beach (lots of hammocks, bean bags & swing chairs) and walking distance to all the shopping, restaurants and nightlife. Carlos = best waiter there and hooked us up all weekend! - Dinner + Dancing @ GitanoGitano was amazing! Highly recommend going for dinner, or a late dinner and dancing. Great vibes, music & food. Grilled avocado was ? - DinnerGood vibes and music but the food was just ok. Waiter opted us in for the family style menu. Disclaimer: the steak tacos come with crispy crickets... ha - Shop @There are so many cute stores in Tulum town but I loved this one! Cute crochet bathing suits, straw bags and boho dresses... - Shop @ Wildsea BoutiqueCute boutique with boho beachwear. Check it out while walking down the strip! -

Winter Wonderland in NYC

Brunch at Alice's Tea CupAlice's Tea Cup is the CUTEST way to warm up before a cold day. They have a huge assortment of teas to have your very own tea party, complete with homemade scones, salads, sandwiches and desserts. We got the tea for two which came with unlimited tea and SO much food. Make sure to get a reservation in advance, and go hungry! They have 3 locations spread around the city. - Museum MileMuseum Mile in NYC is home to many famous museums. I went to the Jewish Museum, but nearby is also the Met, the Guggenheim and more. Perfect to hide from the snow for awhile! - Stroll Around Central ParkIf you can bear the cold, bundle up and take a stroll around the reservoir in Central Park. The views are amazing. It takes about 25 minutes to go once around, but you can also venture off to see nearby landmarks in the park like Belvedere Castle and the Alice in Wonderland statue. - The Windows at SaksSaks Fifth Ave always amazes with their holiday window display. VERY touristy and crowded but always worth it. Every 30 minutes there's also a beautiful light show. - Tree TimeJust a short walk from Saks is the tree at Rockefeller Center. Weather permitting, go ice skating too! - Subway All DayEven when the weather is bad, the subways still run! Expect some delays, but the subway is a safe and fast way to get around in the snow. -

Eating & Drinking through Quebec City

Hotel Le PrioriI can't say enough good things about this boutique hotel in Old Quebec. The rooms are old stone and brick, clean, and cozy. The customer service was amazing- we forgot contact solution and instead of having to go find some the manager went to another hotel for us to get some. Free breakfast is included and the location was perfect! - Le Chateau FrontenacEven though we didn't stay in this famous hotel we took time to walk there and explore. The inside and outside are both gorgeous- gold, marble, charming and glamorous. They are also famous for their wine and cheese bar which is worth getting a drink at. The hotel is on a high hill in the middle of Old Quebec where you have full views of the river. This is a must for beautiful pictures. - Le Quartier Petit ChamplainThe "Petit Champlain" Quarter is one of the oldest sections of Quebec. It is a maze of small side streets where you can shop, eat, bar hop, and explore. Everything here is extremely picturesque and this was probably my favorite spot on our trip. Make sure to check out Le Lapin Saute for dinner here. It is a restaurant that specializes in rabbit (and other things!) and the inside was warm and cozy and they had an awesome beer selection! - EricoIts a chocolate museum and it has the best hot chocolate you will ever have. They have a variety of hot chocolate for every type of chocolate- white, milk, dark, coffee. It is SO good and keeps you warm in the cold temperatures. - La KorrigaineThe microbrewery, Korrigaine, was definitely a highlight of the trip. The bar is based on an old ship and the decor matches that theme. There are many beer choices- my boyfriend likes IPA's and I like wheat beers and there were choices for both of us. The best part however was the bartenders. They were extremely friendly and helpful and even got us a reservation at the best place we ate on our trip when we could not get in because the reservations were full. Will definitely be back there one day! - L'Affaire est KetchupWhatever you do in Quebec City, make sure you do not miss this restaurant. We initially ignored the recommendations online because the name does not sound too enticing. However, on our food tour we learned that "L'Affair est Ketchup" means that business is doing well in French. By the time we tried to get a reservation it was full because they only have a 6pm and 8:30pm seating every night and the restaurant is small. Luckily our new friends at the microbrewery called over for us and got us a seat at the bar. This restaurant has been featured on Anthony Bourdain, and for good reason. It feels like you are in your grandma's small kitchen. The menu changes nightly, the service is friendly, and the food is DELICIOUS. - Quebec City FerryBundle up and take the ferry across the river to get the widest views of the city! It runs every ten minutes and you can just take it across and back if you are short on time for some nice pictures! - Sky SpaThis probably would have been a bit better in warmer weather but it was still an enjoyable part of our trip. We booked a couples massage at SkySpa which is exactly what it sounds like- a spa on the top of a sky scraper in Quebec City. Admittedly it is not in the most beautiful part of the city so the views could have been better. We enjoyed our massage, followed by the hot tub outside. However, it was FREEZING, so we could only handle being outside in the hot tub for a short time. We then enjoyed the indoor sauna and steam room, a rest in their "nap room", and a glass of wine before leaving. There is also a large liquor store at the bottom of the building to get some drinks to go on the way out! - St. Roch Food TourSt. Roch is an up and coming area of Quebec City- sort of like parts of Brooklyn. The area was once where there was a lot of factories and poverty but the city has put effort into adding green spaces, public refrigerators outdoors for people to share food, and new businesses are being added quickly. We chose this area to do a food tour as we likely would not have explored it as much otherwise. I highly recommend this- all the food was delicious (especially the poutine!) and we spent the rest of the day in this neighborhood afterwards and all the locals were extremely helpful and kind! -

North Shore, Oahu

Watch the surf at PipelineHang on the beach and watch the amazing surf! - Dinner at the Beach HouseGood food in a nicer restaurant on the north shore. - Grab lunch at the Food Trucks by Foodland/Sharks CoveTheres a fresh shrimp food truck and truck has amazing Poke! - Sushi at Bonzai SushiGood sushi! - Surf or relax at V-LandGreat surf, also a good beach to hang at and watch the surf - Farm to Table Lunch at Kukuku FarmsCasual dining spot for a healthy, farm to table lunch. Smoothies & salads are delicious! - Healthy Eats & Bulletproof Coffee at the Sunrise ShackCute little side of the road spot to grab food, coffee, smoothies. They have bulletproof coffee and delicious papaya bowls! - Waimea Valley - botanical gardens/nature walk and waterfallsA 1mi. walk through beautiful botanical gardens to the Waimea falls. - Poke at Aji Limo food truckAcross from sharks cove. Great, fresh poke - Lunch at the Food Trucks in HaleiwaA ton of food trucks to choose from: Korean BBQ, awesome Mexican spot with homemade tortillas, burgers, and Giovanni’s Shrimp truck. - Snorkel at Sharks coveGrab snorkel gear and hop in. It is very shallow so be careful of rocks. You’ll see a ton of fish! - Turtle Bay ResortThis is the only big resort on the north shore. They have a public beach that’s great for snorkeling. Hang by the pool bar and listen to live music, enjoying the sunset. - Burgers at Seven BrothersLocal spot known for burgers and shakes! Cool surfer vibes. - Kualoa ranch4000 acre ranch on the beach and in the jungle. We did an ATV tour around the property. It was fun! A ton of famous movies were filmed here - Kong. Jurassic Park, etc. - Lanikai BeachBeautiful beach, you can see islands and atolls from. This is not a surfing beach, the water is very calm and so beautiful - Sunset at WaikikiGrab a table looking out st the beach for sunset. It’s amazing. - Dinner at The Pig and Lady in downtown HonoluluAmazing Vietnamese food! Get the tuna and fried chicken app. The pho was also amazing. - Roy's Beach HouseGreat spot on the beach within Turtle Bay. We didn't have a reservation so found a spot at the bar. The food was great and Mai Tai's were strong! - Surfer, The BarThis is bar within Turtle Bay. If there is a good concert playing definitely check it out! We saw Ron Artis & G Love live here -great show and good happy hour deals. - Beet Box Cafe - Diamond Head HikeNice hike up! About 1-1.5hr in total. There are quite a lot of stairs at some points, but overall, this is not a hard hike. Beautiful views of the island from the top! -

Birthday Trip to Newport Rhode Island

Bayberry InnA little boutique B&B in walking distance to shops & restaurants. It was super cute and we loved our stay here! The hosts were incredible & theres an adorable little garden out back with a firepit. Great for the evening. - Bayberry InnThe food here was INCREDIBLE. So delicious. Every morning there was a buffet with homeade granola, yogurt from a local creamery, baked goods, and offered a hot breakfast plate. But it wasn't a gross buffet - it was amazing every time! Definitely recommend staying here. - Ocean DriveThis is a must if you are visiting Newport. There are these massive rocks on the shore of the ocean that you can walk on and the view is incredible. One of my favorite places - we go everytime. It's also a great place for barbecuing (they have bbq pits), flying kites, and having a picnic! - White Horse TavernIncredible food at this rustic and quaint tavern. Within walking distance from the Bayberry Inn (about half a mile). - Clarke CookhouseGreat dinner here - definitely recommend the brussel sprout caesar salad and the duck! Upscale place with a more romantic atmosphere. It's in the heart of downtown Newport so there are so many shops and things to do around here! - Newport MansionsYou have to go see one of the famous Newport mansions. They are the most insane homes you will ever see in your life. These houses were the summer homes of old money from the Gilded Age (the Vanderbilt's, the Belmont's, etc.) -

A Healthy & Fit Weekend in NY

Rumble BoxingBoxing-inspired group fitness classes. Challenging and fun workout and aesthetically, one of the nicest studios there is. Great to go with friends! - Physique 57The #1 barre studio in our opinion. Every instructor is amazing, and the burn and choreography are unparalleled. They have studios in the UES, UWS, SoHo, and Fidi. - The DOGPOUNDFrom personal training, to intimate boxing sessions, the DOGPOUND is known as the "Victorias Secret Angels" gym. It's one of the best workouts in the city (although pricier than most) and you will definitely spot some celebrities or models. - YogaSparkOne of our fav yoga spots for hot yoga. This is one of the friendliest and prettiest yoga studios we have seen in NYC. We love the vibe here and if you're in TriBeCa, we highly recommend it (or making a trip down there for it). - Project by EquinoxThis state of the art studio is the new boutique gym created by Equinox. The classes are taught by top instructors who teach at some of the best studios in NYC. Also free cold brew on tap. Some of our fav classes include: The Sculpt Society by Megan Roup and Patrick McGrath's class. - 305 FitnessPrepare for an hour of sweat-inducing, high-intensity, choreographed moves that seemed to be taken straight from the nightclub — DJ included. There's sculpting intervals, and don't worry if you're not a pro dancer - the moves are more cardio than choreo. - Everybody FightsOne of our favorite new boxing studios, it offers such a great workout and one of the most "instagrammable" spaces in NYC. - Cafe CloverOne of our favorite spots for a healthy brunch or dinner that's a sit down and not grab-and-go. The entire menu is nutritionist approved, and it's a great option when you want to go out for a nice meal, but don't want to over indulge. - Hu KitchenCasual "cafeteria" style restaurant that serves paleo-friendly food. They're all about fresh, organic and unprocessed ingredients. We love grabbing lunch here. - Freeze at Pressed JuiceryWant a healthy twist on fro-yo? There are select Pressed Juicery's that contain a freeze bar: froyo made out of their pressed juices. There is no added sugars or ingredients, they just simply freeze their pressed juices and have healthy toppings to add. - Two HandsWhen you're craving an acai bowl, or avocado toast, this is the place to go. They have tons of healthy brunch options, but expect a long wait! - HeyDayWe like to call this spot the drybar of facials, as it's young, hip, reasonably priced and dedicated only to facials. This spot is a must-go if you're skin is looking for some care. - CryofuelIf you're into (or want to try) cryotherapy or experience an infrared sauna, we really love this place. Great after a solid workout! - Broken CoconutNot just another healthy NoHo spot, the Broken Coconut is as delicious as it is "instagrammable." You will have a hard time picking your spot to 'gram that coconut-yogurt parfait. - Butcher's DaughterBy far our fav go-to brunch spot. Butcher's daughter is perfect for those who are plant-based and those who aren't. Everything is beyond delicious, including their fake-bacon made out of beans - a must try! - WestvilleThis is by far our go-to restaurant for a casual meal. We are addicted to their Kale salad with chicken/salmon, trust us on this one. - BandierHands down the best athleisure in the city. If you want to be the trendiest rider in your spin class, head to Bandier to find the latest. They have styles and brands that no one else carries. - Tracy Anderson MethodWant an intense sweat + sculpting workout in one of the prettiest studios in the city? Look no further than TAM. The workout is really intense and the room is heated, so be prepared to sweat it all out. - SweetgreenWith multiple locations around the city, it's hard not to make a healthy lunch choice and pop into Sweetgreen for lunch or a casual dinner. Definitely the best "make your own salad" spot in the city. Their ingredients are fresh and so delicious - we're suckers for the spicy quinoa and sweet potatoes! - Joe & The JuiceOur favorite juice spot in all of NYC! Green juice never tasted so good. We also come here daily for their coffee - it's top notch. - SoulAnnexSoulCycle’s first off the bike studio is here and exclusive to NYC’s flatiron district. The instructors who teach at this modern, candlelit studio are all soul instrucotrs - the classes are typically sculpting and cardio mix. -

Our 10 Day tropical Maui Thanksgiving

Da KitchenDa Kitchen is Da Bomb!! I can't say enough great things about this place. Hands down one of the best restaurants on the island where you can find local Maui cuisine. We are adventurous foodies and love to try new and different things everywhere we go and Da Kitchen did not disappoint! What we had/highly recommend: Appetizers: -Fried Spam Musubi- signature dish featured on Travel Channel's Bizzare Food Show (pictured) -Kalua Wontons- stuffed w/ kalua pork, cream cheese and homemade thai sweet chili sauce (pictured) Main Dish: -Katsu Moco- homemade hamburger patty topped w/chicken katsu, gravy, two eggs, onions, and mushrooms all over hawaiian pork fried rice (pictured) - Teriyaki Beef Special of the day (pictured) Insider Tips: -come with an appetite because the main dish portions are huge! -if you don't mind a large crowd lunch time is the best time to go, but if you want to avoid the crowd go between 1:30 pm-4:00 pm. We went about 3 pm and we were seated right away. -waiters/waitresses are super friendly :) ENJOY! - Haliimaile General StoreHaliimaile General Store is simply delicious and must if you are ever up country in Maui! They have a large selection of entrees including local cuisine and seafood options. Recommended: Kalua Pork & Goat Cheese Wontons Togarashi Shishito Peppers (AMAZING!! Lots of Flavor) Grilled Hawaiian Ahi Noodle Bowl Paniolo Ribs (check out the picture of the menu to find out what is in each dish) - Haleakala National ParkHaleakala National Park is a dormant volcano that helped for the island of Maui and sits at an elevation of 10,023 feet. The views from up here are breath taking! It felt like we were on the moon and in the heavens above at the same time. This was an item on our bucket list and we are happy to say we checked it off :) Depending on the duration of your Maui visit, definitely set a side a half a day for this. For more information about Haleakala in general go to https://www.nps.gov/hale/index.htm Insider Tips: -The sunrise tour is the most popular and NOW requires you to purchase a ticket online before heading to the crater. The sunset tour (which is what we did) does not require any reservation/ticket purchase. -Warning if your are prone to altitude sickness be aware it is 10,000 above sea level so you may want to take something before heading up. -bring your professional camera if you have one! There are plenty of photo opportunities -weather on top of the crater is unpredictable and is much colder than the "normal" Maui weather, so be sure to bring WARM CLOTHES. -The road leading the Haleakala is pretty windy so if you get car sick easily you may want to take something (also be aware there is open range farm areas where the cows roam free so keep an eye out for them when rounding the corners) -Lastly, have fun and take lots of pictures! - Montage Kapalua Bay ResortThe Montage Kapalua Bay Resort is epitome of luxury!! This is the only place we stay now when we come to Maui. They have first class facilities paired with first class guest service, Not to mention the abundance of amenities they offer! As you can see from our photos the Montage is top notch and guaranteed you will enjoy your stay here. I know we did! THEE place to stay when you visit Maui! Every time we stay it feels like home. Our favorite thing to do while at the Montage is watch the sunset at Hana Hou Bar. While we sipped on our Mai Tai's and watched the sun disappear behind the clouds we could help but feel ultimate relaxation. Make sure you ask for Henry and Kiha at the bar ;) Tell them Alexa and CJ sent you. -

Chi-town=My-town

Foodie TownIf your looking for a good quality filling meal but happens to be sans gluten...look no further! - If you're looking for a wedding venue in Chi-town - Best Brunch in town!Save the best for last..a little bit of everything delicious and savory. The best combination of salty and sweet hitting all your taste buds at once! - DessertPretty sure the wasn't gluten free but so worth it...Vanilla glazed donut with bacon and fresh pineapple to finish =) - Best way to see the city!If its anytime before May, bundle up just in case! Gorgeous views and loved hearing the history behind it all. - At the old ball game - When you want a slice of homeThe food was good but the rose probably helped. Great place to have a few cocktails and take some pretty pictures ;-) - When you're in Mahalo but you're really in Chicago...What you see is what you get <3 - Before the ZooWas pleased to find a hidden gem on the way to the zoo! - Jet Set Share EssentialsWhat a *basic health coach posts as their first picture of the trip =) -

Short Weekend in Cleveland, Ohio

Luca Italian CuisineAMAZING!!!!! The most beautiful restaurant I have EVER been in. We had such a gorgeous view of the city and the service was incredible. The food was amazing - we ordered the calamari (100% recommend) and the gnocchi (500% recommend). A little pricy and need a reservation but we got one an hour before we left. - Flannery's PubSO GOOD!! It's got tons of great food (mostly Irish pub) and a huge bar. It's right across from the Quicken Loans Arena so we had dinner and some drinks before the game. Great location! - Airbnb in ParmaWe stayed in an airbnb in Parma and it was great! Cute little suburb with an amazing and helpful host! To get into Cleveland we took an Uber (all of the drivers we had were so friendly and gave us great recommendations) - South Side DinerSuch a good little spot for breakfast if you're planning on staying in Parma like we did. A little bit of a wait but well worth it - great food. - Public SquareWe spent one of the days walking around the Public Square and it was beautiful! They had a cute little iceskating rink in the center and lots of places to eat. There were a few places to shop - one of them was the mall but it was fun to walk around! -

Toronto

One King WestGreat hotel and can't get a better location - the red line metro is literally right outside the door and al the major street cars and buses pass through the area. Also walking distance to Yonge Street and the Entertainment District. Itinerary is LGBT friendly. - Tour Guys Ghost TourWe booked a free group tour through Tour Guys for a walking tour throughout the city of Toronto visiting the alleged haunted spots. It was really cool, took 2 hours, and also a great way to see different parts of the city. - Playa CabanaAwesome hidden gem in The Annex - we had great Mexican food and margaritas. - BrunchSolid brunch spot and not expensive at all. Right by the Entertainment District and across from the Tiff theater so lots to do in the neighborhood after and very walkable. - Vintage ShoppingQueen Street West has awesome shopping especially for vintage stuff and Black Market is by far the best - it's a huge cavernous space with tons of cheap vintage finds - I got a pair of legit Ray Bans there for $10. - Brunch Again!!We didn't get a ton of time to explore Cabbagetown but had a great brunch at this spot that had an amazing egg Poutine dish - Kensington MarketReally cool enclosed market where you can go for breakfast, coffee, shopping, everything - definitely worth checking out! - Graffiti AlleyA must see!! Miles and miles of awesome awesome graffiti on Queen West in the side streets. - Woody'sSuper fun gay bar in Church and Wellesley! Connected to Sailor's next door which is also a great time - Drag Night!#1 bar for drag shows and great dancing upstairs - Rocket Bus from AirportCheapest and fastest way to get to downtown Toronto. A cab will be ridiculously expensive. Follow signs to buses and buy a ticket for about $1.50 Canadian and get on the #29 rocket bus which gives you a free transfer to the metro. -

The Many Faces of Ithaca, NY

Taughannock FallsTaughannock falls is my favorite of the local waterfalls. Located about 15-20 minutes outside of the town of Ithaca. There's an overhead view, more difficult rim trail and 1 mile flat walking trail to the bottom (pictured above). Beautiful in all seasons! - Buttermilk FallsButtermilk Falls state park is probably the most popular of the local waterfalls due to its close proximity. It contains a big waterfall at the bottom as well as a full trail of waterfalls leading up to the upper section of the park. There is also a more intense rim trail with less views of waterfall. Access to the trails are at the bottom parking as well as through the Upper Buttermilk parking. - Ithaca Beer CompanyAmazing food and great beer! Very fun atmosphere, yard games, food trucks and a beer garden outside in the summer! - Cayuga Ridge WineryAlways a favorite winery on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail which was the first established wine trail in the country!! They have great wines served by friendly bartenders in an old barn. They also have a wood fired pizza oven from Spring-Late fall! While traveling up to Caygua Ridge, be sure to stop into the many other wineries and cideries in the area! There's plenty up and down the trail. Some of my favorites include: Americana Vineyards, Lucas Vineyards, Finger Lakes Cider House, Thirsty Owl Wine Company, Swedish Hill Vineyards and many many more! - Stewart Park at Cayuga LakePerfect for sunset watching, strolls around the park, grilling, picnics, hammock hanging and just hanging around! - Ithaca CommonsThe Ithaca Commons a 4 block pedestrian shopping area with over 100 local, unique shops, restaurants and bars. Its home to some of my favorite restaurants including Viva Tacqueria, Ithaca Ale House, Taste of Thai, Just a Taste, Luna's Street Food and many more! Be sure to plan your trip around one of our famous festivals include Apple Harvest Fest, Downtown Chili cook-off, Ithaca Festival, Wizarding Weekend, Winter Festival and more! -

Beaching it outside of NYC: Long Beach, NY

Farm to Table Meal at Wild FeastDecently healthy meal featuring local produce and organic meat. Right by the train station and beach! - Surfing Beach - National BlvdGreat beach to surf at! - The Allegria HotelRight on the boardwalk - nice hotel. Grab a cocktail overlooking the ocean. - Long Beach Surf ShopNice surf shop in town. - Mexican Food at Ay CarambaGood Mexican food! -

Brooklyn Favorites!

Brunch @ Sunday In BrooklynAmazing brunch! A reservation is a must have on the weekend unless you don't mind waiting 2+ hours. The pancakes are famous here, very rich & sweet so I would recommend sharing them with friends; they are amazing though! - Pizza @ Paulie Gee'sIn my opinion, this is the BEST brick oven pizza in Brooklyn. They are known for drizzling some hot honey on the pizza... They don't take reservations, if you are a big crowd and plan on going on the weekend, get there at 6PM when they open! This place usually has a long wait Thursday through Sunday. - Cocktails At RamonaWe love cocktails at Ramona! This is a great spot to go to pre, or post dinner in the neighborhood. Very nice atmosphere and great mixologists. - Brunch @ EsmeEsme brunch never disappoints! This is a neighborhood go to spot for locals wanting some good eats. My favorite dish on the menu is the fried chicken sandwich! - Peter Pan DonutsAfternoon sweets? This is your place! Don't go too late though, they will probably run out! The line is out the door in the morning hours... Get a box of 6/12 so you can try all of the flavors. - Quick Brekkie @ BakeriBakeri is such a cute spot for morning coffee and fresh pastries. - Date Night @ Marlow & SonsIf you love Oysters, go for it! So fresh & good. - Vegan Ice Cream @ Van LeeuwenTheir vegan ice-cream is the best! - Lobster Rolls @ Lobster JointLobster joint is known for their Lobster Rolls & Bloody Mary's. They have a cute garden in the back for some outdoor seating. - Drink & Play Brooklyn BargeFun outdoor spot for spring/summer/fall days in the city. PS - they have wolfer estate rose & food trucks! They also have outdoor drinking games like corn hole and connect 4. AND, they are dog friendly. :) - Berry ParkI've been to Berry Park several times, from birthday parties to day drinking post brunch this spot is always fun. It's a very casual place in the heart of Williamsburg. It's great for large gatherings with groups of friends as the roof is quite large. - Dinner @ AURORAWe went here for a date night, really good wine and food using fresh ingredients. Definitely recommend trying this spot. -

Hawaii Oahu Trip 8 Days, 7 Nights

Day 1: Fly In/ Journey to North Shore (country) LuiBuenos - Day 2: Chillin' on the North Shore/ Hike - Day 3: Snorkle Sharks Cove/ Pipeline - Day 4: Journey to Town: Pillbox Hike/ Explore Waikiki - Day 5: Wailua beach Park/ Midday Maunawili Hike/ Surfer Bar for Sunset & Cocktails - Day 6: Morning Diamond Head Hike/ Maui Brewery Waikiki/ Pool Hop - Day 7: Hanauma Bay/ Kona Brewery for Big Waves/ Dinner Out - Day 8: Fly Out/ Shop :( -

A Day in Boston, MA

Fenway ParkThe main point of our trip, A Red Sox game! - Franklin Park Zoo - Safari GrillAte at the Safari Grill after seeing the animals. They had a big selection of wraps, sandwiches, burgers, and fries. - Eastern StandardGrabbed some dinner here after the game. Great atmosphere and food. -

Weekend in Nashville, TN!

Pancake PantrySuch a great breakfast spot! We waited 1 hour to get a table (which I heard wasn't even too long of a wait). The line to get a table goes outside and is pretty lengthy - takes up most of the block! We were prepared to wait as we heard about this place from some friends. It was worth the wait! - Fried Chicken at Hattie B'sIf you like fried chicken, definitely come here for a not so quick bite, ha. LONG lines in the afternoon which is prime time. Pretty sure we came when they opened at 11AM for an early lunch/late breakfast to avoid the lines. This isn't necessarily fast food, but it's also NOT fancy. Very casual place, you order at the counter and they have a few tables to sit at. You basically order hot fried chicken and some sides - the beans and mac and cheese were really good. Clearly, a cheat weekend here! - Coffee at Milk and HoneyJust opened summer 2017! Cute spot for brunch/ afternoon coffee. -

Bachelor Party in Nashville

130 Marie StreetWe found this house on Airbnb and immediately knew it would fit our needs. This house was perfect for us and I would stay there again if I planned to go back to Nashville with a group. -Sleeps 12 -Large Living Room/Dining area -https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/18270200 -

4 Day Cruise to Key West and Cozumel out of Miami (through the eyes of a crew ship singer)

Under the Mango TreeBecause I am on a ship for about 6 months at a time, I sometimes get tired of the food served on the ship. I like going out to different food places during my short time on land and sometimes even away from where the ship ports so I can avoid bumping into coworkers. I am a very big fan of açai bowls and I have to say this place probably has one of the best I have ever tasted. After spending some time hear, I was ready to get back to the ship and get to work. - Work"Home Port" days are one of the busiest for me because once all the guests are on the ship there needs to be a safety briefing. All the guests need to go to their muster stations and listen what to do in an emergency. My duty was to guide the guests where they have to stand and perform a life jacket demonstration. After this, it is time to put make-up on and get dressed for my main job of the evening. The first night I always performed a motown set and a 70's/disco set. - Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley in Key West FloridaThe first port of call after leaving the port of Miami is Key West, Florida. After Hurricane Irma, we could not go back to Key West immediately and had to change itineraries for a few weeks, but coming back was a great experience because I was impressed at how the community had cleaned up after all that happened. I took the Hop-On and Hop-Off trolley the first day back to Key West after the hurricane. I think it is one of the best things to do here because the trolleys take you to so many parts of Key West from the famous Mile 0 sign to the southern most part of the United States. You are free to stop and get off as many times as you like. Featured in this photo is a statue of the famous Marilyn Monroe. - WorkOn the evening of Key West, I sing a 90's to now set of music and then I'm done with work for the day! Now I have the option to just relax or maybe go to the gym for a workout! - Tacos in Cozumel, MexicoNext, is the amazing Cozumel, Mexico. I love this place because I found out there are places that sell $1 tacos! One place is Macarena Tropic which is the address the location that I have entered on the map. This place not only has great tacos, but it also has wifi. Finding wifi is very important for those of us working on the ship because wifi is not free and is VERY slow all of the time. If you come here and you find that it is closed you can go across the street and find a small taco truck (featured in the photo). Also, amazing tacos for $1. I love finding places like these because Cozumel is becoming more and more "tourist-y." I enjoy finding places where locals come to eat. - Kaokao Chocolate Factory in Cozumel, MexicoThis is probably my favorite place I have visited in Cozumel. Upon arrival, a tour guide will teach you the history of chocolate and how the Mayans utilized it many years ago and after that you will get to make your own chocolate! It feels so rewarding eating chocolate that you know you made yourself. It was honestly the best chocolate I have ever tasted because it was only crushed coca beans, cinnamon, and honey. This experience costs $20 (transportation to the factory is not included). - No Work!Cozumel days were always the best because it was my day off so after a full day of activities in Mexico I get to rest and sleep! :) - Survival Craft Course TrainingPart of being a crew member on the ship is participating in many trainings. One of these trainings is the Survival Craft Course Training. We learn everything there is to know about survival at see. A portion of this training we learned about life rafts. We need to be knowledgable of how the life raft works, the items inside, the capacity of passengers allowed in the raft, etc. If there was a life raft in the middle of the ocean that had capsized, we learned that anyone can flip it back over. Of course the instructor chose me to capsize the raft back to normal position because I was the smallest one in the class. - WorkFinally, I am scheduled to perform a woodstock and 80's set to close out the final evening of the cruise. - Back to Port of MiamiThen once the four days are over it is back Miami. All of the guests go home, but I now prepare for a 3 day cruise to Nassau, Bahamas. -

A Day at Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Brunch at Butcher's DaughterI love the Butcher's Daughter for the atmosphere and their amazing food. Everything is vegan and vegetarian! - Post-Brunch DessetAfter brunch, I headed across the street to Blue Star Donuts. You really can't go wrong with any of their amazing treats, but I highly recommend the one filled with vodka for an extra good time. - Time at the BeachAfter a yummy morning, I headed to the beach! I love laying out, but the boardwalk is my favorite! - LunchLunch at Eggslut is always the best. I love their breakfast sandwiches! - Walking through Culver CityStroll through Culver City to check out some famous studios...you might even catch a celebrity sighting! - Dinner on the BoulevardFor dinner I highly recommend heading back to Abbot Kinney and strolling down the Boulevard. There's so many tasty restaurants, fun bars, and cute shops. -

Family Fun in Florida

The Colony HotelWe love this hotel! It has such a fun vintage atmosphere and is in the perfect location. They have the best accommodations for families and a fun patio bar. Their beach club is stunning, and they have an easy shuttle. - Days at the BeachWe love hanging at the Colony Cabana Club! The Colony has a beautiful pool, a big beach and a nice restaurant. It really feels like a true vacation! - Our favorite restaurantWe love Cabana for the delicious food. We can't come to Florida without stopping here. - Rack'sOur other favorite, Racks has the best southern food. Also walking distance to the hotel! - Ice CreamWorth the wait in line, Kilwin's is a family favorite for dessert! -

Quick Trip to Miami Florida

Soho Beach HouseThe Soho Beach House is amazing! Unfortunately, the pool was being renovated while I was here so I spent my down time beachside on a comfy day bed. The food is great here! The beach side menu is on the casual side compared to Level 3 and Cecconi's - I ordered a cold brew with almond milk and a tuna poke bowl, highly recommend the tuna if you like raw fish! PS - they don't have Matcha here which I thought was interesting since NY and most of the other houses do. There's a small gym here which was a nice addition since the NY house doesn't have one. - Cecconi'sDinner at Cecconi's (the restaurant at Soho Beach House) was good. It's basically trendy/expensive Italian food. You can't go wrong with anything truffle, or cacio e pepe - both solid choices! The Miami location was better then the Brooklyn one in my opinion. I went for an early dinner and did not have a reservation - if you plan on going during prime time, I would suggest making one. - Brickell City CenterAMAZING shopping! Basically, every designer store you can think of, is here. Saks Fifth Avenue, Chopard, Sephora, Intermix, etc... Oh, they also have a drybar which worked out really well for a quick fix before running to a work event! The half indoor/outdoor shopping center was very cool - I believe there were at least 4 floors. - Dr SmoodOrganic/Vegan/GF! Love Dr Smood for a morning (or afternoon) Matcha! Located in the Brickell City Center on level 3. - Colorful Streets of WynwoodAwesome part of Miami (it reminds me a little bit of Brooklyn - hipster and young vibes)! When I come back to Miami, I would love to spend more time in this neighborhood. There's a ton of street art, some cool breweries, foodie restaurants and a relatively young crowd. The colorful streets are amazing, you can get some great pictures here. If you want to do the art walk, I believe they only take place on Saturdays. I was also told that every second Saturday is supposed to be extra special since they incorporates fashion, style and food to the walk. I wish I was here for that! -

California

Huntington BeachIt was not only relaxing sitting at the beach, but also really cool to see people surfing in the water. - Hollywood sign - Hearst Castle - Warner Bros set tourThis is a must do if you ever visit California. It was really cool and I loved seeing the friends set. -

Montauk Point, long Island

East by NortheastGreat Restaurant. A little pricey but worth it. We ate outside. The food and service were great. - Harvest on Fort PondIt was a very hopping place. The outside dining was great. Very lush and inviting atmosphere. Great selection of food. Service and food were wonderful - Montauk ManorThese were privately owned condos. We stayed in a 1 bedroom with a full kitchen, living area with pull out couch and 2 baths. Perfect for what we needed and priced well. All the amenities of a hotel. Pool, tennis courts and restaurant on premises. - Montauk LighthouseNo Montauk trip is complete without seeing the lighthouse. We walked around and took pictures. - Gosman's InletWe had some drinks, shopped a bit at all the shops and took a sunset cruise from there. Beautiful watching the sunset on the water! - Navy BeachRelaxing on the beautiful beach and enjoying the water. - Montauk Brewing Co.go for happy hour for some beer tastings -

Weekend in Philly

After the game snackCreate your own pizza. It was my first time but very delicious! I will be coming back. Totally recommend! - We all scream for ice cream!Had the hydrox cookie(cookies and creme). If you order in a cup it's served in a Chinese takeout container!! Never seen anything like that at a ice cream place. - RelaxingWe looked out at the water while we finished our ice cream and then walked down to the park. Tons of hammocks, tons of people. When we were there someone was kind enough and saved us their hammock once they were done. Tons of fun! - FOODFor brunch the next day, I got a cream cheese cheesesteak from Carmen's inside the Reading Terminal Market. TOTALLY RECOMMEND!!! Had a great conversation with the employees as well. - StrollWe walked from the reading terminal to the art museum and then down to kelly drive next to boat house row. We ubered back to my friends house. -

The Portland Oregon Experience

Voodoo DonutsDonut shops are a big thing in Portland. They offer unique and offbeat flavors. The most famous shop is Voodoo Donuts. Try the Maple Bacon variety. (Yes, Bacon) While there, be sure to take a picture at the "Keep Portland Weird" sign just a few yards away. - Rogue Brew Pub and EateryPortland is the home to a vibrant microbrewery scene. Each has a great menu of a number of excellent brews and great pub food as well! We went to Rogue and enjoyed a couple of flights. Try sitting outside so that you can people watch, which is always interesting in Portland. - Saturday MarketThe Saturday Market is amazing. A huge number of booths ranging from food to toys to collectibles. Great vendors - interesting people - a great day! - International Rose Test GardenReally cool! Not something I'd normally do, but I found it very cool. Very unique roses. Check the concert schedule for another great experience. Ps also check out the Japanese garden across the road. - Portland ZooFun, accessible zoo. -

Ski Trip to Steamboat Springs, CO

Strawberry Park Hot SpringsThese hot springs were so beautiful and they are all natural! There are different pools with different water temperature (hot, hotttttt, reallllyyy hotttttt and freezing). I recommend signing up for a shuttle to take you there and back - the road should not be driven by someone who is not experienced and many cars wipe out. Go while it is light outside so you can take in the scenery. - Old Town Hot SpringsThese hot springs were right in town and easily accessible. Although they are naturally fed, you feel like you are more at a town pool. This is a nice evening activity after skiing. - SkiSkiing at steamboat was amazing! They are known for having champagne powder. The mountain was not as big as some other mountains in Colorado so it is great for a few days but perhaps not the full week. - Morningside ParkMorningside Park is the back bowl on the mountain of Steamboat and was our favorite place to ski. - Feeding the Grey Jays If you ski morningside park, bring some nuts or crackers in your pocket and feed the grey jays! If you take your glove off and hold your hand still they will land right on you :) - Mahogany Ridge Brewing CompanyFood here was by far my favorite in town! -

A Fall Weekend Away in Lake George, NY

Adirondack Pub & BreweryGreat spot to have dinner and sip some local beer in town. Cozy log cabin feel. - For TiconderogaA must see for my boyfriend - an American history enthusiast. The fort is on the northern most part of the lake and offers pretty views. - Hiking Cook MountainCook mountain came recommended to us and a great hike. The journey up was not easy (it was fall and the leaves were slippery) but once we got to the top at sunset the view was amazing. - Dinner at the SagamoreThe Sagamore is an iconic hotel at Lake George - an soooo beautiful! We came here for dinner and drinks one night but wished we could have stayed the entire weekend (it can be a little pricey). - Horseback RidingWe decided to go on a ride to take in the fall foliage. -

NOLA

Cafe Du MondeFirst touristy thing every first NOLA Visitor must do is get a beignet at Cafe Du Monde. Enjoy the atmosphere with some brunch or a quick bite here. - French Quarters Sight SeeingWalk around the French Quarters to get away from the sometimes crowded Bourbon Street and enjoy what the rest of the beautiful city has to offer. There are street performers singing, dancing and performing everywhere. - Ghost Tour Bar CrawlIf you have time, set up a local Ghost Tour with your significant other and/or as a pre-game before you go out at night. The tour consists of starting and ending at a local bar. You can have your drink-to-go on your walk around town and sight-see the local haunted houses and ghost infested places that your Tour guide will point out. If you aren't into the tour, you can enjoy your two beverages that are included with the tour. - Mardi GrasMardi-Gras on Bourbon Street was swamped with people throwing beads and dancing in the streets (I was into it). Bar hop up & down the street refilling your beverage as you take in the night-life. I would recommend stocking up on as much beads and confetti as you can during the day to enjoy yourself for the whole night. TIP- Be careful for pick-picketers & people scamming you with drug offers and/or deals at bars. -

A weekend in Charleston, South Carolina

Hyman's seafoodHyman's seafood has been serving fresh seafood and also great meals for non- eaters for over 35 years. Reservations suggested to avoid the long wait. Either way it's worth it! Make sure to check out the adjacent lotion/salt scrub store! - Pounce Cat CafeEnjoy a dessert and/or beverage while spending an hour playing and cuddling with adorable cats and kittens. A great way to relax or bond with a potential new pet if you're looking to adopt. All proceeds benefit cats in need. - Shem CreekVenture out to Mt. Pleasant right over the Ravenel Bridge for great restaurants, bars and daytime water activities. You can kayak, paddle board and fish right on the creek. If you're lucky, you might even see a couple dolphins swim by. - Marriott CourtyardThe Marriott Courtyard on Calhoun Street is very reasonably priced, and centrally located. There are also many high end boutique hotels, which offer another level of luxury but at a cost. - Charleston City MarketThe Historic Charleston City Market started as part of the slave trade, but now is a vibrant market place that runs about four city blocks. Vendors sell their unique items and gifts including the most popular, hand woven baskets. Come back at night to enjoy the night market with a different group of vendors. - Palmetto Carriage WorksThis horse and carriage ride was one of my favorite experiences from Charleston. Choose either a public or private tour, and ride around 25-30 blocks of Charleston’s historic downtown district. You'll see houses, gardens, mansions, churches & parks. - Rainbow RowRainbow Row is a must see. A beautiful street to stroll down and see some of the pastel coloured homes. - Folly BeachA great way to escape the city and relax. Folly beach is one of the many beautiful beaches in Charleston. Others include Sullivan's Island, Isle of Palms, and Bull Island. -

Hike Around California!

Sequoia National ParkThis was definitely my favorite stop of the entire trip. The Giant Sequoia trees are the biggest trees in the world, which is an ineffable fact - something that you truly need to experience yourself. I'd recommend parking at the visitor center, grabbing a map and hiking whichever trails lead where you want to be - a waterfall, up a mountain, through the trees, to a campsite, to a lake - the list goes on and on. Bring water and snacks, you can spend your entire day out there hiking without wanting to go back just for food (although there are restaurants and gas at the top of the mountain - which is about an hour out from the main road). - Yosemite National ForestYosemite is everyone's favorite National Park - and it holds up in my book. More touristy than Sequoia which isn't necessarily bad. Easy to get away from the crowds if you choose a more difficult hike - of which there are many. There are also very moderate but unbelievably scenic hikes if you're looking to relax. There's kayaking, tubing along a river, and plenty of food if you're hanging out in one of the two villages. If you want to camp, I'd recommend looking into getting a permit WAY in advance as these place book up very quickly for obvious reasons (goes for any National Park). - Pacific Coast HighwayOverall a great way to travel the coast. You can pay $10 to do the 17-mile drive in Monterrey which has beautiful views of the coast, possibly seals if they're in season, and many of the beautiful mansions in this exclusive private neighborhood. The drive continues on southbound along the PCH and goes right through Big Sur National Park. Check the weather and the roads before you head over though - inclement weather and mudslides can close down portions of the road and make driving a pain. -

Breckenridge, Colorado

Fly in and out of Denver Airport + Rent a CarBreckenridge is about a 2 hour drive from the Denver Airport. We rented a car. There are also shuttles that take skiers from the airport to the town! - Find an AirBnB in town!we found a great AirBnB in town, walking distance to the Gondola and all of the restaurants and shops. - Ski at BreckenridgeGreat mountain! We rode for 2 days and were not bored at all! - Dinner & Local Beers at the Breckenridge BreweryNice local brewery right in town. - Ski at Keystone MountainAbout a half-hour drive from Breckenridge, another great mountain. The Epic-Pass gets you access to both mountains plus a few others! - Dinner at RelishGood restaurant in town! local cuisine. - Massages at Sol ImpressionsGreat little holistic day spa. The massages were much needed after 3 8-hr days of snowboarding! - Crepes on Main Street -

Montreal

Amazing hotelPerfect location, steps to the Old City and the downtown shopping/business district. - Park Champ-de-MarsBeautiful spot to walk around, watch the sunset - City Hall - The best Italian restaurant!Fun dinner spot in the old city. Lobster ravioli appetizer is a must! - Old city streetsFeels just like Europe :) - La Grande RoueMontreal's version of the London Eye! -

Delray Beach Weekend getaway!

Deep Sea Fishing on the Sea MistThey have great half-day fishing trips! We caught amazing fish right off the beach. Great experience, really fun. - Stay at the Colony HotelI LOVE this hotel! It reminds me of Cuba. It is so casual and quaint. It is a historic site. The rooms are a good size and clean, with very comfortable beds. They have a cute patio, where there is a bar and often live music. When staying here you also get access to their amazing beach club a 10 minute drive away. It is very centrally located. - Eat @ Cabana El ReyDelicious latin food! - Seafood at Boston'sCasual seafood restaurant - great chowders! - Yoga @ the Colony HotelTake one of the great yoga classes offered here! - Dinner at PrimeGreat food - on the expensive side. - Brunch at Cafe MartierCute little brunch or lunch spot! - Shop along Atlantic Ave.Great shops along Atlantic Ave. - Healthy Eats or Juice at Juice BuzzAll of my itineraries contain at least one juice spot/health food store. This is it for Delray Beach :) - Icecream from KilwinsAmazing ice-cream and chocolates! - Beach Day!Enjoy a day at the beach! The ocean is very clean, blue and warm! -

Budget Hawaii trip (Oahu)

South Shore GrillGreat fish tacos, on Hawaii time so be patient. - Blazin steaksOne of the many locations around here that was a staple for fast filling food after a solid surf session. Keep in mind it's fast food, not fancy steaks. - Coffee shopAwesome local coffee shop with great coffee and speciality drinks - Sharks cove snorkelingGo here for some easy snorkeling, rent your snorkel from bobs if you don't already have one - Bob snorkelOne of the many snorkel bobs to rent from - Sandy beachNo trip to oahu is complete without some shore break poundings at sandys - Manoa fallsFun and easy hike to do on the south shore of oahu - University of hawaii manoaIn town? Check out the campus! - PokeJust finished a solid surf session? Go grab some poke at foodland - Waikiki beachPlay some volleyball, hang on the beach, rent a long board, go pool hopping between hotels. -

ALOHA! Big Island Hawaii

Roadside Lava TubeWhile on our drive north from the Kona airport we stumbled across this roadside lava tube - keep an eye out! These are big hollow caves in the ground from when the volcano in the distance was once active. The lava once flowed through these giant tubes in the ground and now you can explore them yourself. - Hilton Waikoloa VillageWe stayed the week at the Hilton Waikoloa Village and this resort was awesome. We enjoyed the multiple restaurants, pools and areas the hotel had to offer (its huge!). However, we felt that this was more of a family friendly resort so if you're looking for something a little more of a "hip" vibe this might not be the place for you. Many beaches in Hawaii are not sandy, they are volcanic rock, so staying at the Hilton was extremely convenient to get to those nice sandy beaches in the area. Also note, the big island is massive so staying in one place and trying to get everything in is going to require lots of driving, so perhaps look into staying at multiple hotels. Keep an eye out for the sea turtles and humpback whales! - Hapuna BeachHapuna beach was absolutely gorgeous (enough said by the picture)! This beach is well worth checking out and a short drive from our hotel. The crystal clear water would bring me back in a heart beat! - Pololu Valley HikeThere is a some great hiking on the northern part of the island. The landscape changes from the western beaches to a mountainous forest (I felt like I was in Jurasic Park lol). We chose to do the Pololu Valley Hike because it was one of the shorter ones. But don't let it fool you, it was still a workout! Some of the hikes in the nearby Waipio Valley are also worth checking out and you should keep an eye out for the wild horses. - Anaehoomalu BayIf you hit up Anaehoomalu Bay in the morning you will get some great snorkeling in (they have a shack where you can rent the equipment). The water here is calm and there are lounge chairs you can sit on. It is also nice because it is walking distance from the Hilton that we stayed at or a quick drive. This beach was also great because there was a restaurant there that I highly recommend eating at - we went twice! - Snorkeling Captain Cook MonumentThis was the most amazing snorkeling I have ever done in my life and some of the best in Hawaii so it should be a must on your list! So many fish :) We went through a tour group that took us on a large boat and provided the equipment. You can also arrive by kayak but it is a long paddle in some open water and there is no where to really pull your kayak up while you swim. You can also hike down but since it is a protected area they have a policy that if you arrive by land you stay on land (no swimming), and if you arrive by water you stay in the water (no walking around), so that people aren't destroying the natural landscape. - KPC - Kamuela Provision CompanyYummmmm! This restaurant was the best at our resort and requires a reservation. On the fancier side but the food is well worth it! -

Grand Canyon and Zion National Park

Hoover DamIf you fly into Vegas take a quick pit stop at the Hoover Dam (its only 1/2 hour outside Vegas). This activity is short but an interesting place to see. Don't pay for parking, there is some for free if you drive over the dam. Caution: it can get very hot. - Grand Canyon VillageIf you want to visit the Grand Canyon I recommend going to the more popular south rim. The north rim is only open during the summer and there is less to do. (The drive between the 2 rims is over 4 hours). Grand Canyon Village is the place to stay if you are at the south rim. It has a bunch of activities, hiking trails, hotels and restaurants. It also has a free shuttle service throughout the village for those who are injured, handicapped or not physically fit. You must book this months to a year in advance though because it does fill up and it is operated by the national park service. If you do not stay at the village the nearest lodging is 20 mins outside the park and is limited. Outside of those 2 areas to stay, there is nothing but desert for miles so plan accordingly. - Grand Canyon Mule RideRiding a mule along the rim of the grand canyon is one of the most iconic activities to do at the village and was one of my favorite activities. It is a great way to experience the canyon from a different viewpoint. The mules are well equipped, know their job and do not walk close to the edge (like rumor has it), so no need to be nervous. You are in a group of 10 with an experience wrangler. These rides fill up fast so book in advance. I recommend doing the rim ride - the only other option is an overnight ride into the canyon and is not for the faint of heart. - Grand Canyon Red Rim TrailThe red rim trail offered some of the most amazing views of the canyon as you walk out onto different ledges. You can even see some of the Colorado River below if you look closely. If you hike the red rim trail it is 8 miles one direction and relatively flat except for the first section. The red rim trail is also great for those not equipped to walk such a distance because it has a shuttle bus that goes from view point to view point so you can still take in the sights. Keep your eyes out for the mule deer and elk :) - Grand Canyon Bright Angel TrailThe bright angel trail is one of the 2 trails that allows you to hike into the canyon (the other one is the south kaibab trail). This trail is the less strenuous (slightly lol) out of the 2 and is still only recommend for those who are physically fit and not afraid of heights. You can not hike down to the river (10 miles one direction) and back in 1 day because it is too dangerous. If you hike to the bottom you also need camping permits. We hiked to the 1.5 mile house and back up and that was plenty :) Bring lots of water and do this hike in the early morning or late afternoon/evening to avoid the sun. - Colorado River White Water RaftingWe did a 1 day white water rafting trip through 50 miles of the Colorado River in the western portion of the grand canyon. We had to backtrack a little bit so I recommend doing this first if you fly in from Vegas. We went through the company Hualapai River Runners which was fantastic. They took care of every detail of our day and made it a thrill seeking and enjoyable experience. This is one of the only rafting day trips available, most are overnight. Be mindful that the river is cold and the rapids are huge, but you will surely enjoy one of the most exciting rides of your life. We rode a series of 10 rapids and stopped to hike to beautiful waterfalls in between. - Grand Canyon West / Helicopter RideWe ended our rafting trip by taking a short helicopter tour out of the canyon. The views from this ride were AMAZING! We booked this as part of our rafting trip but you can do it separately as well. We landed at Grand Canyon West near the popular glass skywalk. The famous skywalk was not as large and amazing as it is pictured to be so perhaps dont waste your money. - Secret Slot CanyonOn our drive from the Grand Canyon to Zion we stopped in Page, AZ. During our visit we toured a slot canyon which is MUST DO! We went through the company Horseshoe Bend Slot Canyon Tours which was the perfect decision. They took us to a secret slot canyon on their private property. This was an intimate and unique experience that most people don't get. We were in a small group which allowed for exploration without crowds and plenty of picture taking. This is only a few miles away from the famous antelope canyon which can get so crowded you can't move so I'm glad we went with our option. - Horseshoe BendHorseshoe Bend is an iconic picture moment in Page, AZ. You park in a parking lot on the side of the road and complete a 0.75 mile hike to the edge of the canyon where you see the beautiful colorado river below. I highly recommend going during the morning or at sunset because there is no protection from the sun so it gets very hot. Also except large crowds. - Springdale, UTThis was the perfect place to stay while visiting Zion National Park. It has the most hotels, restaurants and shops, and is such a cute town. If you stay here leave your car at your hotel and take the free shuttle into the park. The park does not offer much parking and the shuttle will take you to all the sights. Keep an eye out for the mule deer and big horned sheep. - The Narrows (Zion National Park)Hiking through The Narrows at Zion National Park was one of my favorite activities we did during our trip. You are hiking through a canyon that gets narrrower as you go and you are in the water majority of the time. The water usually is between ankle and thigh deep, however if you hike past the point where the river splits it can go up to your chest. Wear clothes that dry quickly, sneakers or watershoes because it is rocky and bring a walking stick to help keep your balance. You can rent all of the equipment in town. It can also be cool in the canyon because you are protected from the sun so bring warmer clothes. Each twist and turn of the river offers sights and sounds that only get more beautiful as you explore deeper within. - Emerald Pools (Zion National Park)Hiking to the Emerald Pools is an easy hike and you arent fully in the desert sun which is nice. There are 3 pools you can consecutively hike to, but we only walked to the first. The pools are beautiful and color and the dripping water from the rocks in nice to cool off in. Keep in mind you can not swim in the pools. - Angels Landing (Zion National Park)Angels Landing is one of the most famous hikes in Zion National Park and is only for those up for a challenge. You hike a series of switch backs up the side of a mountain (don't be afraid to stop for many water breaks lol). After a bit of climbing you reach a platform that allows for some great views, however, you are still not at the top (I stopped here, my sister continued). The rest of the hike is basically a rock climb on a knife back (skinny ledge with 1000 foot drops on either side) where you use poles and chains cemented into the rock to help you along the way. People die doing this hike so it is only for those who are physically fit, not afraid of heights and those aware of their surroundings and capabilities. I was told once you get to the top the view is so outstanding and you are so high that only angels can land there ;) -

Bachelorette Party in Charleston, South Carolina

AirbnbWe rented a house on Folly Beach which is about 20 minutes from downtown Charleston. Folly Beach is a great location because it's walking distance to the Folly strip which has a few cute bars and restaurants but still close to Charleston. We took Ubers when we went downtown and they were really inexpensive. We wanted have the best of both worlds (downtown and beach time) but found the perfect house that was large enough to sleep 19 girls and was literally on the beach! The house was perfect - had a BBQ on the deck which was a few feet from the beach. I definitely recommend renting a house vs a hotel with such a large group. - Lighthouse TourThis was a fun and cool adventure! The bride loves the beach/boats so I wanted to plan an activity that she would be really into. We rented a private boat that came with a captain to take us around the bay for a sunset cruise. The boat left from Bowens Island and lasted for around 3 hours. It was BYOB. Obviously, we packed lots of rosé and some snacks. It was fairly inexpensive, around $35 PP. AND, we got to see Dolphins! - Rainbow RowCutest and most charming little street downtown. Definitely need to visit and take some pictures if you're in Charleston. - Hominy GrilFried chicken, biscuits and grits... Need I say more? A great southern brunch and they were able to accommodate our large group! - AnsonThis was our "big" night out dinner. The restaurant is on the dressier side but not too fancy. They were able to accommodate our large party with one long table and a custom designed a price fix menu that they printed with the brides #hashtag! I thought this was so cute of them! They offered us many price fix options via email before confirming that were all affordable and included alcohol. - Pineapple FountainFamous pineapple fountain in the downtown historic district. - Callie's Hot Little BiscuitHot little biscuits is exactly what they are... Charleston's late night food! In NY, you go to Artichoke Pizza. In Charleston, you go Callie's Hot Little Biscuits (ha). From 1-3AM, the line is out the door with fresh/warm biscuits. I think we may have gotten 2 dozen biscuits for the Uber home. The buttermilk ones were seriously amazing! -

Bachelor Party on LBI

Golf DayStarted the weekend off with a round of golf. The course was great for good/bad players alike. Given this was a bachelor party, we used the time to enjoy the sun, drink some beer, smoke cigars and attempted to hit a few balls straight. - Nardi'sNardi's was a fun bar. Always crowded (but never too crowded), great music and cheap drinks. However, what kept us coming back was the fact that they have several pink school buses that would make door to door pick-ups and drop-offs at any time... free of charge! Since we had 15 guys, calling ubers would have been a nightmare so having a reliable mode of transportation was key. - Surf/Beach DayOur house was located directly in the middle of the main road with restaurants/bars on one side, and the beach on the other. After a night of fun filled adventurers, walking down to the ocean and laying out was just what we needed. -

NYC to LA

Mama ShelterThis rooftop bar has great cocktails and food and is affordably priced. Great daydrinking spot. Definitely try one of the mule drinks - it's their specialty. - Will Rogers State BeachGreat beach near the Santa Monica area with excellent views and lots to do. - Umami BurgerTop notch burgers and cocktails and close to the Arclight in case you want to see a movie afterwards. - Arclight HollywoodBest movie theater in LA - Hugo's RestaurantDelicious waffle sandwich. Don't miss it. - Sassafra'sReally cool Southern tinged bar in Hollywood. You'll feel like you've stepped into the 1800s. -

Taking a Toddler to Maui

Early Dinner at Mama'sA beautiful view, amazing food! Worth the "hype". Call for a reservation and don't be afraid of an odd time of day. Ask for a high chair and the fish of the day! - Ocean Front Condo with Hotel AmenitiesFully Stocked Kitchen, Washer/Dryer, Kid friendly pool, walk to restaurants, shopping, excursions, on the beach, large lanai, hotel amenities! a great option if you're not the hotel-chain type. Cribs, Highchairs, water toys can be provided. - Shopping in MauiA nice little spot to take a break from the sun! OR if you forgot to bring anything this is your spot to grab what you need. - Mexicali in Maui!Waterfront Mexican! - Thai Takeout or Dine-inDelicious Thai option! Dine-in or take back to your resort if your kiddos need a break. - Road to HanaRent a car - drive around the island! Don't need to do the whole road but some is worth eyeing! Pick a few waterfalls. With kids its a long trip so if you pick a few it can be enjoyable for the whole family! - Aquarium with tide pool and shark tankFun for all ages! - Pe'ahi Jaws Surf BreakMake sure you have a 4 wheel drive - watch kite surfers and surfers catch the highest waves on the island! - Hookipa Lookout - See Sea Turtles!If you want to get up close and personal to large sea turtles check out this beach park! - SUP - Stand Up Paddle20 Weeks Pregnant? 60 Years Old? Stand up paddle with the best of them! Rent for the hour or the day, right outside your hotel. Relaxing & easy! -

A Perfect Date Night in Brooklyn

1 Hotel1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is unreal! The rooms, views, drinks and atmosphere were all amazing. We started here for drinks prior to heading to dinner since we were staying here for the evening. Great cocktails on the ground level next to a beautiful plant wall! - Cecconi'sWe went here for dinner after drinks at the 1 Hotel - 5 min walk. We made a reservation pretty far in advance and were only able to get a 10PM res. The restaurant wasn't that crowded when we sat down either. The food was great but not amazing... Highlight of the meal: Truffle special of the night. The views of Manhattan under the Brooklyn Bridge makes it! Overall, a great atmosphere. -

Tulum

Raw LoveThe BEST smoothie bowls you will ever have, ever. All vegan spot, great for lunch breakfast or lunch. - Oscar and LaloOne of Tulum's original restaurants - it's been around since the 80s! Situated away from the beach and the town, surrounded by jungle, this place has the most authentic Mexican food. All fresh and local produce. Check it out! - Sian Ka'an BiosphereThis is an amazing place to experience natural, untouched beauty. Spend a few hours on a boat and get into your element! - La ZebraSome of the best fish tacos around! - La EufemiaReally cool, laid back place. It's where the locals go! Cheap food and drinks, right on the beach! - BateyThe best mojito you will ever have. My favorite is the Maracuya (Passion Fruit)! Well priced and full of locals. - Pasito Tun TunA little hidden gem. Really cool mezcal bar. Don't go until later in the evening! - Papaya PlayaGo here Saturday nights! Not before midnight though. Parties are especially good when there's a full moon! - GintanoGo here for a fun evening on Friday nights! You'll find everything you want there - beautiful people, scenery, and great cocktails! - Nômade, La PopularHave lunch at La Popular. Great seafood, unbelievable decor, and an unforgettable ocean view. - Riviera AdventoursAmazing company. Private and customizable tours. They'll help you see all you need! -

Austin Bachelorette Weekend!

Kayaking at Barton SpringsOn Saturday, we knew we wanted to do something active during the day since we would be going out that night. We were so glad we chose kayaking at Barton Springs! We rented four 2-person kayaks, which was a great way to spend a beautiful day outside. They had lockers there to rent, but not a lot of options for food so plan ahead! - Pete's Dueling Piano BarDefinitely make a reservation early for a table! We had a blast here - the guys on the pianos were REALLY talented and made the whole experience fun and interactive. Highly recommend for a fun night activity! - FastenFasten is Austin's version of Uber/Lyft...there were taxi companies but we found Fasten to be a good choice for us! Once one person signs up, they can share a coupon code for others to sign up with. - East Side TavernWe were looking for some BBQ food for Sunday lunch, but we didn't feel like waiting on lines for hours (one of the places we tried to go had a 4 hour wait! The lines for Austin BBQ are no joke!) We were so glad we found East Side Tavern - it had an awesome rooftop where we ended up staying for a few drinks after lunch! The food was good and the atmosphere was amazing! - Walking Brewery CrawlWe did our own walking brewery crawl, starting at Zilker Brewing Company. They had beer flights, corn hole, and picnic tables to sit at. We walked around to a few others, like Hops and Grain and Lazarus. Super casual but fun day drinking! -

Gluten Free Eats in NYC!

KesteThis place is ALWAYS on my must-visit list when traveling to NYC. It's a cute little restaurant with only about 20 tables, but they know what they are doing. They have so many gluten free options, and even cook their gluten free pizzas in a separate oven! Some of the best pizza I've ever had - GF or not... and others agree. And if you stop in during the weekdays, they will even make you a GF Nutella stuffed pizza crust for dessert and OMG. So good! Keste does not accept reservations but it's so worth the wait! - BistangoThis is a cute little Italian spot right in Murray Hill. When you sit down, they ask you if you have any food allergies (my kind of place!) and make a note accordingly. If you are gluten free, they bring you fresh baked GF bread and your own garlicky dipping oil. Almost their entire menu can be made GF and everything tastes amazing. Some of my favorite dishes are the homemade raviolis and the shrimp scampi. - Lilli and LooFinding good Chinese food that's also gluten free seems nearly impossible, especially in NYC, but this place does it right! Such an extensive GF menu, and they cook all of the GF items separately. They take all of the classics (think General Tso, Kung Pao Chicken, Sesame Chicken, etc) and they do it right. You won't even miss the gluten here! - NizzaThis place is in the heart of the theater district, so it's a perfect place to grab a delicious bite to eat before seeing a show. They have gluten free, freshly baked breadsticks that are awesome and served with a ricotta oil dipping sauce, and also offer a variety of GF meals like pastas, chickpea pizzas & other entrees. I've brought my family here a few times and everyone loves it. This place is always popping, so be sure to make a reservation! - Rosa MexicanoSuch a good gluten free menu with so many options. At this location ONLY, they fry their chips in a separate fryer so there's no cross contamination. They'll even make you a fresh bowl of guac table side. I could eat everything on that menu, but the enchiladas are my favorite go-to! And also, what's a Mexican night without a margarita?! They make them fresh, and offer so many different types of margs and tequila that you'll be in heaven. -

Weekend Getaway: Baltimore

Admiral Fell InnHistorical hotel in Fell's Point. Walking distance to everything - with an awesome view of the water. A lot of great restaurants and bars are all on the same cobble-stone block. - Oysters on the HarborBeautiful sunset dinner - a place to people watch and enjoy the best seafood Baltimore has to offer. - Day at the Aquarium!Probably our favorite part of the vacation! We spent about half a day walking around the national aquarium - it's huge! The jellyfish area was incredible and makes for a great photo opp. Only thing we weren't impressed by was the dolphin show - we had such high hopes! - Orioles GameWe bought tickets for an Orioles game the day of. It was perfect weather, and the stadium is within walking distance of the city. Really fun atmosphere! - Explore Liberty Ships on the harborSince we were there over independence day, there were old liberty ships for WWII, and tall-mast sailboats from the Revolutionary War that were docked in the inner harbor. For a small donation, you could tour the ships. It was a really cool opportunity to see some of America's history. - Brunch Buffet with Live JazzThe Rusty Scupper is a gigantic buffet with the BEST views of the harbor! Sign up early for a reservation, or you will not get in - it was beyond packed. They have two seatings for brunch, both with live jazz music. The assortment of food is unbelievable, and not to mention - it's bottomless mimosas! - SpeakeasyAwesome speakeasy where bartenders create drinks to taste! -

Weekend in Miami

W hotelGreat hotel on Collins Ave with all the action! - The DutchGreat spot for breakfast or brunch in hr W south beach! - Prime 112Incredible dinner, bacon strips at the bar, make a reservation and dress up!! - Quality meatsGreat romantic dinner spot- high class - YardbirdAmazing brunch spot with southern food- come hungry - Ride bikes on the boardwalk !Rent bikes and take a ride along the beach! - CleoGreat restaurant and bar! - Taquiza taco standGreat little taco stand for a quick bite! - Employees only cocktail barCocktail bar! -

Key west

Meringue at blue heavenFamous sky high meringue on their key lime pies! Very relaxed chill place for a casual lunch or dinner. Watch the chickens running around! - Sloppy Joe'sPub on duval with a neighborhood vibe and great nachos! - Hemingway houseGreat tour, home to hundreds of six toed cats! - Famous key lime pie!!Best key lime pie and cookies! - Santiagos bodegaAmazing tapas and sangria bar!! - Rent bikes and bike around!You can bike ride everywhere in Key West! Best way to get around -

Savannah

Old pink houseSouthern comfort food in an old historic haunted mansion! - Ghost tourWalking ghost tour! Very well done - Sorrel weed houseMost haunted house in America - Alligator soulUnique southern restaurant with crazy selection of meats - Savannah high teaGorgeous historic library turned restaurant, beautiful landmark building with students from Savannah college of art and design working. Perfect for a classy lunch or high tea! - Coffee foxCute coffee shop- amazing horchata latte ! - Savannah bee companyBest chapsticks and body balms! Made in Savannah - Leopolds ice creamBest ice cream shop in savannah! Feels like an old fashioned soda jerk- try the ice cream pie! - East bay inGorgeous and charming little boutique hotel- walkable to everything very easily and accommodating staff. Delicious tea in the lobby- cute rooms with southern flair! -

A Weekend Out East

Navy BeachOne of my favorite spots for a Sunday afternoon! - Jonis MontaukThe best breakfast/lunch spot in town! I love the fresh ingredients and that they have a lot of vegetarian/vegan options! Definitely recommend coming here for breakfast before hitting the beach. - Ruschmeyer'sFun spot for a girls night out - it gets really crowded though. - MontauketCasual restaurant on the water with the most beautiful sunsets! - Wollfer Estate VineyardOne of my favorite vineyards out East! Sipped on some rosé as we watched the sunset. -

Bachelor Party in Montreal

BuonanotteBuonnanotte is a supper club which essentially means it's starts out like a normal restaurant and then turns into a fun lounge after midnight. We had a group of 20, so a reservation was a must. Food was great but partying was better. Our dinner tables were turned into bottle tables for us and the transition after dinner was seamless - MuziqMuziq is a club in the center of the city. Pretty standard for that type of scene. We contacted a promoter prior to getting to Montreal, so everything was set up for us (beating the long line and cover charge). Great music, good vibes and overall a fun night - Casino NightGreat night out with everyone. Whether you are a gambler or not, the casino offered a bit of everything for everyone (food, drinks, gambling etc). If you are in the downtown area, its a short Uber/cab ride away and totally worth the trip (was an awesome pregame for the rest of the night) - Go Karting/PaintballAwesome way for a group of guys to unwind after a night of partying.... driving fast and shooting each other. Depending on your budget, I could take or leave this one. It was definitely a fun time but there were pros and cons of this type of physical activity on a bachelor weekend (the alternative was sleeping in, eating as much poutine as you could and day drinking again). -

Snowboarding at Mont Tremblant

Dog Friendly HotelDog friendly lodge 5 minutes from the mountain. All rooms are dog-friendly and they have a dog boarding/doggy day-care program. They have really beautiful trails around the property and a lake. - Spa day @ Scandinave SpaAmazing spa day! This spa has a ton of hot and cold baths, steam rooms, sauna's AND a freezing cold river to jump into if you dare (we did!). We booked 1-hr massages which comes with a day pass to the baths. We left feeling amazing. - Mont TremblantReally great east-coast mountain. There are a ton of trails and lifts. We did 3 -days on this mountain and were not bored. At the bottom of the mountain is a quaint ski village with shops, restaurants and bars. - Juice Bar in the Pedestrian VillageHealthy Juice bar in the pedestrian village at the bottom of the mountain. Perfect for post-ski soups, smoothies, and healthy eats! - French Dinner at C'est la VieThe food was delicious! Really quaint restaurant in the town of Mont Tremblant (not the mountain pedestrian village). -

Miami Beach Recommendations

The 1 HotelLOVE everything about this hotel. The decor is amazing, rooms are very nice, beds super comfortable, restaurants in the hotel are great! - Cocktails at the Broken ShakerLocated in the backyard of a hostel (sounds grimy, but it is not!) is this awesome bar that serves up some delicious cocktails. It is a really chill spot in Miami. They serve food that is decent (bar food). - Rent Bikes and cruse along the boardwalkRent bikes at one of the miami citi bike locations and cruise along the water! - Paddle Board on the BaysideRent a paddle board and enjoy an hour or so around the bay and canals. - Brunch at IceBox CafeAwesome brunch in a more chill/local spot of town! - Healthy Eats at Paradigm KitchenAwesome, healthy restaurant! - Healthy Food @ Juice & JavaGreat little cafe close to Lincoln Road in Miami Beach. This place has juices, smoothies, wheatgrass shots, and tons of healthy salads, breakfast items, etc. - Dinner at BeachCraftAmazing Tom Colicchio restaurant in the 1 Hotel. The food was great. - Cevice @ MyCevicheGrab-and-go little Ceviche restaurant with awesome peruvian style ceviche. - Brunch at Yard BirdGood brunch spot! - The DutchLocated inside the W Hotel - great food! - Dinner @ The BazaarAwesome food, modern menu and very cool presentation! - Enjoy the beach!The beach is beautiful and the water is warm year round! - Have drinks on the rooftop at the 1 Hotel -

GNO Downtown

Snacks at the Soho HouseBefore I met up with my friends, I indulged in a little R&R on the roof of the Soho House. My favorite bites are the avocado toast and the sweet potato, and of course I sipped some Rosé. I love the rooftop pool vibes here! - Drinks at the Standard HotelI met my girlfriends at Le Bain at the Standard Hotel for drinks. We loved the atmosphere and ended up changing our dinner reservations so we could stay longer! This is the perfect spot for a trendy, posh crowd...and their Prosecco is the best! I definitely recommend splashing out on a pitcher. - Italian Dinner for ThreeAfter drinks, we headed a few blocks over for an amazing dinner at Fig & Olive. We started with a cheese plate for three with their famous olive oil tasting, then finished off with some AMAZING truffle pasta...of course paired with more wine! -

3-Day Beach Getaway in Montauk, NY

Pet Friendly boutique hotel on the bayClean, modern rooms. Very nice staff. Awesome pool area with day beds. They have a garden area with a BBQ and firepit. Walking distance to the restaurants and bars on the bayside. - Healthy breakfast at Joni'sGreat breakfast lunch spot right by the beach. - Amazing dinner at FlagshipDelicious!! This is a great new addition to the montauk dining scene. Trendy decor, great menu. The fluke crudo was great. Would also highly recommend the tuna entree. - Left hand coffee - coffee shopCute coffee with shop. Great lattes and an assortment of baked goods plus small menu. The avocado toast was really good. - Another healthy breakfast / health food storeRight in town on the main road, serves healthy breakfast, lunch, smoothies and juices. Has a nice outdoor seating area. It is also a health food store so you can scoop up any other grocery type items you need. - Tacos at TacombiTacombi always has amazing tacos and did not disappoint here! - Authentic Mexican at hidden spotAuthentic Mexican spot on the bayside. The tamales were awesome. - Surfing at Atlantic TerraceGood surf spot right in town. - Sunsets at the Beach!Head to the beach for a beautiful sunset! The beaches are dog friendly after 6pm during the summer. - Local Craft beers at Montauk BreweryEnjoy local craft beer flights at the Brewery in town. - Montauk LighthouseWalk around the Lighthouse and enjoy the beautiful water views: bay, ocean and LI sound. There are some Hiking trails around the Lighthouse as well. - Wolffer Estate VineyardWe love stopping here on the way home. Beautiful vineyard with good wines! The cheese plates are good for snacking! -

A family weekend in the Catskills

Hiking Kaaterskill FallsBeautiful hike to the lower falls. About 1 mile there and back. - Dinner at Last Chance CheeseSuper cute country restaurant. Food was decent for upstate New York. Good atmosphere, really nice little shop in the front with candies, maple syrup, etc. They have an attached tavern that had an awesome live band! - Dinner at Windham MountainDuring the summer Windham hosts BBQ's at the top of the mountain. We took the chair lift up. Amazing views, live band. Food was mediocre, but the atmosphere was amazing and made it worthwhile! - Tubing down the Esopus Creek/RiverFun day activity BUT this is not a lazy river. It is a little less intense that white water rafting, but you are in an individual tube! SO fun beautiful scenery. Beware - the water is cold!  Bring sneakers or water shoes, others you have to rent! - Lunch at Love Bites CafeQuaint restaurant with healthy eats! The breakfast burger was awesome. Most of the food is local and/or organic. - MUST stop at Vinnies Farm StandSeriously amazing produce at this cute side of the road farm stand. They had a ton of produce, fresh eggs, grass-fed meat products, freshly baked goods. Inside they have baked breads, homemade soups, fruit preserves. -

Bachelorette Bash in Savannah, Georgia!

Rocks on the RoofI went here with 16 girls for a bachelorette party - we had great cocktails on the roof before heading out for the evening. Rooftop was really cute, lounge vibe with couches and chairs. Great views of the water and downtown historic area. Recommend going for sunset for the great views :) - The Savannah Picnic CompanyThe BEST & CUTEST picnic in Forsyth Park. This company (@savpicnicco on IG) sets up a spot in the park with chairs, food/beverages, and cute decorations. You need to book in advance and they charge per person. Affordable and great afternoon activity. We brought rose and champagne since open containers are allowed in Georgia. Don't forget to specify what the occasion is (if any) when booking. - Kimpton Brice HotelModern and chic hotel in Downtown Savannah. The brunch was great here! Definitely recommend this hotel because it has a beautiful pool and outdoor area. Savannah is really warm so the pool was a great addition for a mid-day dip! Happy Hour outside was also a nice addition. - B Matthew's EateryGreat brunch on a cute street. We made a reservation because we were such a big party. Biscuits were amazing! -