Originally today was going to be a March book recap, but I’m going to save that for Friday (aka I need to finish the book). Instead, I’m drawing inspirations from Olya and talking about 5 USA cities that I’d like to visit soon!
The husband has been to ATL before but I’ve never been to Georgia (other than driving through to FL). I feel like so much happens in Atlanta! I’d love to take a week and visit the city and explore the mountains and visit the Georgia coast! I know there are some fabulous islands just off the coast, too!
I refuse to visit Texas in the summer, but I’d be ok with venturing south any time between October and April. Maybe during SxSW? I really love the history of Texas and I’ve already been to San Antonio, so I feel like Austin a good Texan city to explore next!
3. Los Angeles
Honestly, I’ve never thought about traveling to LA… but Charlene’s post about Warner Bros Studio and all the fun things she and her husband did in LA peaks my interest! I think it’d be fun to spend a week in California and see all there is to see along that part of the coast.
While we’re on the West Coast it only makes sense to tour the Pacific Northwest! Do Portlanders and Seattleites get upset when you combine their cities? (If so, I’m sorry!) This part of the US has been on my bucket list for a long time- hopefully we get to visit here soon!
I don’t eat lobster, so there’s no urgency to visit during one of their festivals 😉 I think that Maine is such an interesting state with all its culture and history and nature. I’m a big fan of the cool weather + coastal town combination. Is that weird? Most people want balmy beach weather…. I think Maine would be a great place to read/write/set a novel.
I want to see Hawaii and Alaska, too, but I stuck to the lower 48 states.
Any travel advice or must-see spots in these cities/states? What US destinations are on your bucket list?