Hi Guys! I hope that May is still treating you well!
Here things continue to be busy.... but manageable. We've been filling in our calendars with concerts, trips, visiting friends and family... and it's just hitting me... we are going to be going non-stop until August 1st! - Wow.
I need your travel recommendations and tips!!
I love to travel (duh) and I love to plan it out as well.... but this time I definitely need some ideas! There is a lot to plan in a short period of time! Please share in the comments if you have recommendations!
In June we are headed to Indianapolis for just about 24 hours for a concert. What's there to do in Indianapolis? Where should we eat and get our coffee? Wishing we could spend longer... maybe next time!
In July, magical July, we found out we are heading to Alaska for work. FOR WORK*! But, we will also get to leave a little bit early and spend my birthday weekend having fun before we're on the clock! We'll be spending a week in Anchorage, and need your recommendations on places to eat, shop, and get out and about. (preferably without driving too far, my goal is to not over-plan) Alaska has been my dream destination since the 5th grade, so I can't wait to get there, and can't believe it's for my birthday!! :) *Business travel tips oh, so welcome. It's my first time travelling for work!
Also in July we head to Florida for a wedding and following family vacation. We are spending time near Tampa and Clearwater. We'll spending lots of time with KC's family, but will also be planning our own stuff to do while we are there. I'll be the only Florida newbie in the bunch. What's there to do? Where do we need to eat and what should we see? Any tips on vacationing in a hot climate when that isn't your thing?!?!?!
I'm so excited about each of these trips for totally different reasons, and I can't believe that we will be so far on opposite ends of the country in July alone!
Do you have any recommendation for me?!
What are your upcoming travel plans? (real or imagined. . .I'm not picky) :)
Thanks in Advance!