San Antonio: The Alamo, The River Walk & Baseball Games

I flew into San Antonio a few weeks ago to drive to Florida with some of my friends who were moving back into college. I've been across the whole of Texas, but San Antonio may be my favorite place in the state. It has such a calm and comfortable feeling, like a drink of cold … Continue reading San Antonio: The Alamo, The River Walk & Baseball Games

Universal Studios: Orlando V.S. Hollywood

If you are wondering the difference between Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida compared to the one in Hollywood, California, look no further. I have all the answers for you right here. Both parks are great to visit, and have a ton in common. However, due to Orlando having two parks, they most definitely have more … Continue reading Universal Studios: Orlando V.S. Hollywood

White Water Rafting in Chattanooga

A few years ago I was on a service trip in Georgia that included a white water rafting excursion in Chattanooga, TN on the Ocoee river. The weather was hot , even though it was fall, and the water was the perfect temperature to keep you cool without freezing you to the bone. Our team … Continue reading White Water Rafting in Chattanooga

Disney Springs

Going to college in Florida has its perks. One being that whenever we got bored my friends and I would drive to Orlando and head to Disney Springs (formally known as Downtown Disney). The best part of Disney Spring is that it is free to get in! Disney Springs is a long strip made up … Continue reading Disney Springs

Weeki Wachee Springs Day Trip

Weeki Wachee Springs is a perfect day trip for the family. Boat tours, swimming, animals shows, and most importantly…mermaids! To enter the small park it is $13.00 per adult and $8.00 per child over 5 years of age. You pay at the entrance and everything (besides food and souvenirs) is included.   Mermaid Show Lets … Continue reading Weeki Wachee Springs Day Trip

The Cumberland Caverns & McMinnville

During a road trip to Nashville, one of the places we stopped on the way home was the Cumberland Caverns in McMinnville, TN. The Cumberland Caverns are pretty far off the beaten path. It’s a good drive from anywhere you are coming from and you may feel as though you are lost along the back … Continue reading The Cumberland Caverns & McMinnville