As summer seems to be flying by, I find myself daydreaming about vacations of yesteryear. We just got back from the beach, and I am already looking forward to our next vacation (Disney Cruise in November!!).
My parents sacrificed things for trips as we were growing up, and I can’t be more thankful for that. We traveled all over the country and the world, and, today, I’m nailing down my 10 favorite vacation spots in no particular order.
To make it interesting, I’ll only use five words or less to describe each of them. Which is quite the feat for a words-person such as myself, so give me a high-five (get the pun?) the next time you see me.
Walt Disney World: most magical place on earth
Outer Banks, North Carolina: quiet beaches, shopping, dunes relaxation
Brussels, Belgium: waffles, chocolate, and history overload
(I have to break the 5-word rule with this one. This popped up on Timehop the other day, and it left us rolling. I don’t even think this was in Belgium. It was Europe somewhere. This picture caption is pure gold, though.)
Boone, North Carolina: mountain getaway with breathtaking views
Shepherdstown, West Virginia: small town hippy vibes
San Antonio, Texas: River Walk, Alamo, Mexican eats
Charleston, South Carolina: pastel houses line historic streets
Chicago, Illinois: clean city full of touristy spots
Copenhagen, Denmark: cobblestone streets and boat-lined waters