21 Things to Do in St. Louis (Missouri)

Sarah Fay in front of the Gateway Arch and Old Court House in Saint Louis

The gateway to the West, the convergence of the Missouri and Mississippi River, and the culturally rich and historically significant the city of St. Louis is worth your time. There is no shortage of things to do in St. Louis. With a Midwest charm the people of Saint Louis were some of the friendliest I have come across during my travels across the United States. 

Saint Louis is the largest city in the Great Plains of the United States and with size comes a myriad of museums, parks, and things to do during your time in St. Louis. Surprisingly it is very budget friendly since the locals pay a tax that allows most of the attractions in the city to be FREE! 

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25 Things to Do in Orlando During Christmas

December is here and with that means there will be 25 days until Christmas. Which means 25 Days until Christmas and 25 amazing things to do in Orlando for Christmas and the Holiday season. 

Orlando is known for being the land of Mickey Mouse, theme parks, and thrill. However, Orlando is also known as “The City Beautiful”, and that beauty shines in Orlando during the Christmas holiday season. The holidays in Orlando offer much more than theme parks and warmer weather. It offers beautiful holidays displays from Orlando Christmas lights, to getting outdoors with ice-skating in shorts, Christmas and the holiday season in Orlando is a festive time of year. 

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Exploring the real wild side of Miami: The Everglades

Sarah Fay next to the Everglades National Park Entrance in South Florida! #VisitFlorida #Everglades

Not too far away from the glitz and glamour of Miami, is a rugged and ecologically rich terrain- The Everglades National Park. 

In honor of National Public Lands Day on September 28, 2019. I decided to recount the best of the Everglades by sharing my experience during my recent trip to the Everglades National Park from Miami. I have been to the Everglades and surrounding area multiple times, but every time it has always been a new adventure! From a Miami Everglade’s airboat tour, to eating gator bites once you exit the city your in for a journey in swamp country. 

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Dallas in 48 Hours: Exploring the Big D

Dallas Skyline - GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower

48 hours in Dallas convinced me that I loved this city. Dallas is the glitz and the glamour of Texas. The city is made up of neighborhoods, such as Bishop Arts and Deep Ellum that give Dallas a hipster edge. Personally, I had decided to stay longer in Austin, Texas because people in Austin tried to tell me there was not much to see in Dallas. However, I thought they were wrong. I found there was plenty of things to do for any foodie, art lover, or culture seeking traveler in Dallas. 

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Keep Austin Weird: Top 10 Ways to Get Weird in Austin

Sarah Fay in Austin Texas in front of mural of a Postcard from Austin Texas.

Get weird in Austin! Austin, Texas’s unofficial slogan is “Keep Austin Weird”.  A slogan coined by a local radio station legend, hippies and old-timers alike used this as a battle cry to fight commercialism and the rapid overdevelopment due to the soaring population from tech giants adopting Austin as a new home. 

Heading to Austin I was excited for a city that embraced the unconventional and defended its local businesses and quirks.

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