It’s days like this that I’m thankful for awesome bloggy goodness like the Sunday Social and Ashley over at Ashley’s Carnival Ride. Sometimes a good blogging rut can be broken with such awesomeness.
This week’s round-up is all about Vacations! I’m excited to see what everyone else has to say about this. Now on to the good stuff. 1. What is the best trip you’ve ever been on? Well, second to my honeymoon (at a time where we could afford a digital camera – yes it was that long ago) was a recent trip the hubby and I took to the bay area. I was pregnant with our third and feeling cruddy, but we managed to plan ourselves a trip to the Ronald Regan Library and also the San Francisco. It was something on our bucket list and we wanted to get it in before we made our way back east. The Library was amazing and if you ever get the chance to go there, DO IT!
2. What is your best idea for a girls weekend trip?
Well I would say for sure San Fran! That has been the destination of choice for many girls trips with my mama!
The last time we went, my mom, me and my aunt went on a Victorian Home Walking tour. So amazing!! If you are ever San Fran I would do it. It’s pretty cool.
Mrs. Doubtfire house
Where Robin Williams Lives
A cool house and our even cooler Tour Guide
Me and my Aunt
My mom and my aunt
3. What is your best idea for a couples trip?
Well I have to say anywhere I get to go with my hubby is pretty awesome. He’s a busy guy and we don’t get the chance to do it very often. We had a day date a couple weeks ago and that sent me over the moon! Surprisingly my best idea of a couples trip is camping! We recently did this. We went beach camping by ourselves and it was the most fun. No technology, no huge crowds, it was fun. Plus I’m a succor for the beach, so even camping at it is amazing.
We also celebrated the hubby’s 30th birthday!
4. What is the best vacation on the cheap?
Well after having moved to the DC area I’ve discovered that this is an awesome place for a vacation on the cheap! Once you get yourself here almost everything else is free. All the museums are free practically, and as long as you can walk or pay the cheap fare for the metro you can see so much stuff just walking around the city. Living here has been an amazing experience. And being able to see all the stuff we’ve seen just for the price of the metro or gas has been pretty amazing.
We recently took the metro to see the Cherry Blossoms and also drove 10 minutes to get to Arlington National Cemetary.
5. What is the place you want to visit most?
Definitely England. My mom actually lived there for a couple years in the 70s. The hubbs has gotten to go (cuz I’m an awesome wifey) and I want my passport stamped! So much history and culture, and lots of Jane Austen places in the vicinity!
The amazing Pemberly…gonna hunt me down Colin Firth..LOL
Mr. Collins Rectory
6. What are your vacation necessities.
Well, the hubbs is Mr. Packer man and he is beyond organized. The definition of it, I’m convinced, if you looked it up in the dictionary. Things that come to my mind are comfy shoes, a dressy outfit, comfy pants, a big purse so you don’t look like a tourist with a backpack 😉 Make sure to have maps or gps, and your camera!!!
thanks ladies for another fabulous Sunday Social! I’m already excited about next week. Its all about my favorite thing. Purses!!!!!!
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