I have a routine of things that I prepare before our family goes on a trip. When you are traveling with family around the holidays it’s extra important to make sure that you have everything in order to help reduce stress and last-minute purchases.
My family has visited the Smoky Mountains region around and near Gatlinburg, Tennessee, many times over the years. Each time we visit, we run out of time before we run out of fun. There is ALWAYS something new to discover there…along with many family favorites that we try to visit each time we are in town.
Wilmington, North Carolina was one of the destinations during our road trip adventure across North Carolina. Located around 20 minutes from downtown to the Atlantic Coast, this beautiful area offers so much for families looking for adventure and I’m sharing more about how to make the most of your first-time visit.
Summer is the perfect time to plan a roadtrip and create memories with your family. Whether it’s a daytrip or a weekend getaway, COSI in Columbus is a great destination for families.
Are you looking forward to a road trip in the upcoming months?
I LOVE to travel and enjoy the feeling of excitement that comes from the anticipation of the unknown adventure that awaits during a road trip. I also like to spend my money on fun, not fuel…. but gas is essential for the adventure. I came up with some tips that can stretch your gas budget and maximize your mileage so that you can have more money to spend on things that you enjoy.
It’s always a good time for a road trip in my world. I’ve found several products from Thirty-One Gifts that make travel even easier.
My husband and I took a winter road trip from Cincinnati to the Laurel Highlands in Pennsylvania. It was our first visit to the area and we were looking forward to skiing at a few different locations.
Roadtrips are always a great excuse to reconnect and renew your sense of adventure. Long road trips give you plenty of time to share your hopes and dreams……and anything in between.
…..They can also easily become a source of strife.
How would you define your best summer?