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Destinations, Packing Lists, Tennessee, Travel, Travel Tips, USA

Traveling Light: Nashville, Tennessee Packing List

Last week I shared what we did on our overnight trip to Nashville, Tennessee. In today’s post, I’ll share what I packed for the trip. We will often share a carry on when we pack for an overnight trip, but as we planned to do a little shopping in Nashville, we each brought our own …

Destinations, Tennessee, Travel, USA

36 Hours in Nashville, Tennessee

Saturday we celebrated the fact that it’s been nine years since Michael awkwardly asked me if I wanted to be his girlfriend and I said, “I guess that sounds alright.” (Kidding. He wasn’t that awkward about it). In the weeks leading up to our anniversary weekend, we began looking for flights. As I’ve mentioned before, …

Destinations, Food, Massachusetts, Restaurants, Travel, USA

North Square Oyster – Boston, Massachusetts

Well, we didn’t get in to Neptune Oyster. The Boston restaurant is well-known both for its seafood and incredibly long lines (just Google it – you’ll read about both just in the page summaries). We arrived around 2:30 p.m., hungry for a late lunch, and I weaseled my way inside to inquire about getting a …

Destinations, Food, Indiana, Restaurants, Travel, USA

Milktooth, Indianapolis, Indiana

Milktooth Front

My birthday was a few weeks ago, and since it was on a Sunday (and Easter Sunday at that) I wanted to take advantage of the occasion and get away for the weekend. We looked for flights that would fit the bill, and when it came time to decide between the final few cities, Michael said to pick a city that had a place I wanted to eat and so we booked.

Destinations, Indiana, Travel

33 Hour Birthday Weekend in Indianapolis, Indiana

Mass Ave

Back in March, we began looking for a cheap flight over my birthday weekend. We didn’t have any particular place in mind, really, we just wanted to take off and go someplace else. As my birthday fell on Easter weekend this year, the flight costs were way higher than in the past, but we still had a few options. We decided on Indianapolis, Indiana because the price was right, I had Southwest points to use, we could get around without renting a car by using Uber/Lyft, and the times worked out well (leaving early-ish Saturday, arriving late Sunday night) for an overnight trip. Plus, I’ve wanted to visit Milktooth for awhile, which you’ll hear about in a later post.