4 Gardens to Visit in the Spring

One of the best parts of spring is the blooming of spring flowers. Every year gardens come to life with bright colors and sweet smells for everyone to enjoy. Here are our four favorite gardens to visit in the spring. 1. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden The Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is located in the historic... Continue Reading →

3 Great Virginia Day Trips

Just because you go to a certain destination on vacation doesn’t mean you have to spend the entire vacation there. Some of the best places to see are just outside of major destinations. Virginia is full of destinations that would make great day trips. Here are my top 3: 1. Jamestown If you are visiting... Continue Reading →

4 Places to Visit This Spring

1. Wilmington, NC With spring comes the blooming of the year’s most colorful flowers and there is no better place to see these blooms than Wilmington. Every April, Wilmington welcomes the Azalea Festival – a week long celebration of the natural beauty surrounding the city. From garden tours to parades and concerts, the festival offers something... Continue Reading →

4 Things You Must Do in North Carolina

1. Snowboarding in Boone There is nothing quite like the thrill of snowboarding and there is nowhere quite like the North Carolina Mountains to enjoy it. Boone is considered by many to be the skiing and snowboarding capital of the South and just stepping inside one of Boone’s three ski resorts will show you why.... Continue Reading →

3 Things You Must See in North Carolina

1. The Wild Ponies of Shackleford Banks The North Carolina Outer Banks is one of the only places in America where wild mustangs still roam free. Shackleford Banks is protected by the National Park Service to isolate the horses and protect them from human civilization. You can, however, take a ferry to the island and... Continue Reading →

10 Best East Coast Destinations

1. Nantucket, MA A secluded island off the coast of Cape Cod, Nantucket is a place like no other. It’s a place filled with wharves and cobblestone streets, amazing restaurants, upscale boutiques, and beautiful late 18th century architecture. The island is so small the majority of locals and visitors either walk or travel around by... Continue Reading →

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