Welcome to the oldest city in America! Or, to clarify, the oldest, European-established, continuously-inhabited city in the continental United States. St. Augustine, Florida holds this title after being founded in September, 1565.
Welcome to "The World's Most Famous Beach!" When you need a little sun, sand and TLC pop into Daytona Beach, Florida for a weekend to rejuvenate. Daytona Beach is known for its International Speedway and driving on the beach, but there are a few other key hotspots you won't want to miss.
Located on the northeast side of Florida's coastline, this tourist beach town has it all: 80's vibes, boardwalks and miles of sandy beaches. You can even find shells along the shore. Here are my favorite photos from my trip, and hopefully they'll inspire you to add Daytona Beach to your travel bucket list.
Even if I can't leave school and fly to Ethiopia, I can still experience a little of the culture right here in Indianapolis.
Brown County State Park holds the title as the most-visited state park in Indiana. Every year about 1.3 million people stop in for a visit. Located south of Indianapolis in Nashville, Indiana, this state park has plenty of activities for everyone. After exploring this beautiful park I can see why it's so popular.
To end the summer season I headed south to Evansville to spend a day exploring a channel of the Ohio River with the company Canoe Evansville.
Too often students stay bunkered down on campus and don't get out. Whether it's exploring the city your campus is located in, or the state, surrounding states, and even international travel, it's important to get out of your comfort zone. So why don't more college students make traveling a priority?
Michigan's Upper Peninsula is breath-takingly beautiful. If you have a four-day weekend to get away, here is an itinerary you can use to plan your trip.
There is a special place in my heart for southern Indiana. The Ohio River creates the southern border between Indiana and Kentucky, and the state is full of rolling hills and luscious greenery.
Eldorado Canyon is one of Colorado's many state parks. It is known for its hiking trails, rock climbing opportunities and picnic areas along South Boulder Creek. For $8 you can purchase a day pass that will give you access to over 500 rock climbing routes, and 11 miles of hiking trails.