Have you ever been sitting at work and thought, “I need to make a getaway. Now.” All of us have had this thought at one point in our lives. However, the majority of people never follow through with this thought. But to the few who do decide to go through with their fun idea, where do you go?
Planning a trip takes time and effort; however, there are certain places that are easier to travel to than others. Contact your favorite travel site (Expedia, Travelocity, Kayak) or the private travel professionals at access global, and book a trip to one of these vacations spots on your spontaneous, weekend journey!
Resting in Florida’s panhandle, Destin is a great place to vacation. It’s much cheaper than major Florida cities like Orlando and Miami while providing sunshine, ocean, and all of the other great Florida amenities. Gulf Coast beaches, many golf courses, and nature trails are spread out all over Destin.
- Henderson Beach State Park
- Big Kahuna’s water park
- Destin Harbor Boardwalk
Located near the Rocky Mountains in northern Colorado, Boulder is the perfect place for a high-elevation getaway. Hiking, rock climbing, star-gazing, concert and festival viewing, and much more await anyone who travels here. Boulder is also a sophisticated spot with many museums, art exhibits, and other cultural sites.
- Pearl Street Mall
- Boulder Theater
- Fiske Planetarium
The official home of country music, Nashville is a fun, Midwestern vacation destination. A city chock full of nightlife, heading downtown and to The District will engage you in plenty of country music venues, bars, and “honkytonks” to spend your time in.
- Grand Ole Opry
- Country Music Hall of Fame
- Fiske Planetarium
- Vanderbilt Mansion
Ashville, North Carolina
Another city by the mountains, Asheville resides in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the eastern coast of the U.S. Full of art districts and tours, natural parks, and historical sites, Asheville is a truly relaxing spot, ideal for a weekend getaway. Be sure to travel safely after the Covid crisis is over.
- Biltmore Mansion
- Basilica of Saint Lawrence
- North Carolina Arboretum
Charleston, South Carolina
Just below North Carolina, the port town of Charleston is a great vacation destination steeped in history. Riding in a horse-drawn carriage down cobblestone streets with 17th and 18th-century houses on your sides are memories you will never forget. Be sure to visit the Battery District, French Quarters, and all of the other historical sights.
- Charleston Harbor
- Fort Sumter
- Mongolia Plantation and Gardens
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