My Top 5 Favorite Destinations

I’ve been to numerous cities and small towns, and almost always love them all in their own way! But, there are five places that really stick out in my mind, and make me want to visit again and again!

1. Jackson Hole

I went to Jackson Hole for a week in December of 2012 and did not want to leave. Aside from it’s beauty and charm of the mountains, the people I met were amazing and wanted to make my experience there the best it could be. After this trip, I debated moving from the hustle and bustle of the city to the magnificent mountains of Wyoming!

2. Hilton Head Island

I’ve been to Hilton Head multiple times. Every summer, my family and family friends would make the 10 hour drive from Cincinnati to Hilton Head – It seemed everyone in Ohio would make this trip! The beach is gorgeous and there are plenty of new friends to meet in this always populated area. One of my favorite restaurants – the Oyster Factory – is located here.

3. Las Vegas

I won’t go into much detail about why Vegas is one of my favorite places because you know.. What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. I went to Vegas with two of my friends and our mom’s for a mother daughter trip for Spring Break my Senior year. I was mostly amazed at the décor inside and outside of the casinos, shops, restaurants, etc.

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4. San Antonio

I was lucky enough to visit Texas twice for volleyball trips and even more lucky to be given time to explore San Antonio.Two words: River Walk. If Chicago’s River Walk was anything like San Antonio’s, I’d be hanging out all the time! The endless bars and shops along a quaint river was very relaxing after a long day.

5. Park City

Another city in the mountains. I had a different experience here than Jackson Hole, as I was only here for a day over summer. No snow covering the mountainside didn’t make it any less beautiful. The different bars and apartments lining the main street were different colors, which I loved. It was a fun, very young area that again made me think I should be a ski bum out west!

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What are your top five favorite destinations?

I'm Abby - a weekend getawayer, lover of beach volleyball, grilled cheese enthusiast and puppy dog admirer.

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