The Big Apple. The City That Never Sleeps. NYC. This vacation destination is known far and wide as the city of dreams and where the streets are paved with gold. New York City is possibly the most well known city in the United States, and arguably, in the world. With well over 24,000 eating establishments, 100 museums, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Times Square... it takes a lot of time and effort to really see all of NYC. But luckily for you, we've rounded up a few suggestions to get you started.
The State of Florida: quite possibly the most popular summer vacation destination in the United States. It's got just about everything you can imagine - and even some things you can't imagine. (We're looking at you Disney World.
We're starting this getaway guide with a vacation destination that's very close to our heart and very close to home: Boston, Mass. Boston, a city that's considered ancient by American standards, was one of the very first towns in America. It has the nation's oldest metro, oldest college, oldest restaurant, oldest park, oldest chocolate factory... this city is paradise for your average history buff.
Every year the month of May brings school to a close, ushers warmer weather into the air and produces a highly contagious and insatiable itch to travel. It's almost like there's something in the atmosphere that brings about a bad case of wanderlust.
It's still February and there's already pollen on the ground here in Charleston. As the pollen and dust continue to accumulate on our porches and mantles, spring cleaning keeps creeping further up on everyone's to-do list.
It's been a crazy winter here in Charleston. We had an accumulation of snow in January - and we're talking about a historic snowfall for the Lowcountry. Zip ahead to present day where we might be see bathing suits this weekend. Again, this is atypical weather, but we are not complaining.