The Top Five Places I Recommend Visiting in Acadia National Park

Advertisements One of the most magical places in the Northeast is the Acadia National Park located in Maine. The area has luscious pine trees, gorgeous ocean views, and the most amazing hiking spots. If you are like me, you will want to have an itinerary ready to go so you can make the most ofContinue reading “The Top Five Places I Recommend Visiting in Acadia National Park”

Bar Island Acadia National Park Maine

Advertisements If you are feeling adventurous, a hike to Bar Island is perfect for you when visiting Bar Harbor Maine. You literally have a time limit to go for your hike (one and a half hours before and after low tide.) There is a gravel land walking path that becomes submerged if you do notContinue reading “Bar Island Acadia National Park Maine”

Natural Bridges State Park Santa Cruz California

Advertisements When we traveled to San Francisco, we did end up taking a day to drive down the coast a little bit. It is worth the trip, and if you do go, you absolutely have to go to the Natural Bridges State Park. Scientists believe that the arches in the park were formed over aContinue reading “Natural Bridges State Park Santa Cruz California”

Lands End Park San Francisco

Advertisements Typically, when we are traveling somewhere new, we are on the move (quite literally). At the beginning of the planning process, we usually make a list of all of the unique attractions that are part of the history of an area, and then decide which ones we really want to visit. Since we areContinue reading “Lands End Park San Francisco”

A California Pacific Coast Highway Trip To The Santa Cruz Walton Lighthouse

Advertisements On our travels to the Bay Area, we felt for a more authentic California experience, we had to do at least a mini day trip down the Pacific Coast Highway. So one of the days, we set out, rented a car, and went for it. If time allows for it on your visit, thisContinue reading “A California Pacific Coast Highway Trip To The Santa Cruz Walton Lighthouse”

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