Charleston – This charming little city has beaches and an exceptional food scene.
Costa Rica – Want a mix of sunshine and adventure? Costa Rice is the place for you – plus it is really affordable.
Iceland – Iceland’s natural beauty is something that needs a spot on your bucket list. And you can easily take a stopover for a few days on your way from the US to Europe.
Indonesia – If you go to Indonesia, go beyond Bali. Borobudur and Mount Bromo were our favorite parts of our trip.
London – I have been to London 5 times and I still haven’t seen everything that I want to. Each neighborhood seems to have its own personality and it is filled with history and some of the best museums in the world.
Morocco – It has beaches and cities to explore, and if you want a real adventure, camp in the Sahara Desert.
Napa – Love wine? Head to Napa. Some people prefer Sonoma, but I think Napa’s downtown is darling.
Nashville – What could be more fun than eating fried chicken and going to honky tonks? Watch the Nashville episode of Master of None and you will be eager to visit. Since it is close to the middle of America, flights are usually affordable, and it’s close enough for a weekend trip.
New York City – NYC is the cultural center of America, and there is no shortage of things to do. Catch a Broadway show, visit MOMA and the Met, wander through the parks, and try to dine at as many restaurants as possible.
Portugal – Like I said in an earlier blog post, Portugal is Europe, but cheaper. I priced it out, and the cost of going to Portugal for a week is almost the same as a week in Charleston.
Utah – Utah’s Bryce Canyon is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen.