Travelers are on the move and on their way to New York City. During an economic climate that has been characterized by an increase in unemployment and home foreclosures, it seems people are still hitting the roads to visit the Big Apple.
Looking for something unique to do around the Tampa Bay area? If you’ve already been to a Buccaneers game, ate too many peanuts at a Devil Ray’s game and later made them re-appear on Busch Garden’s Sheikra, perhaps it’s time to switch it up and discover one of the area’s hidden treasures. Grab the kiddies, the girlfriend or old college buddies, and head over to Weeki Wachee Springs.
You’ve heard of staycations before, haven’t you? My bet is that you’ve been on some without even knowing. A staycation is the idea of staying at or near home and enjoying the local treats that your city has to offer. If the economy has you pinching pennies and you can’t quite afford the Hawaiian getaway that you’ve been planning for your family, we think a staycation is ideal.
The kids are back in school and may be a little antsy with anticipating their holiday vacations and you’d love to reward them with something nice without going overboard. Check out our list of 6 ways to enjoy a staycation.
Every now and then it’s healthy to leave all of your responsibilities behind and just go get away. I am in no way encouraging you to stop showing up for work, paying your bills, making your fantasy football picks or feeding your cat. But, for one weekend, a few times a year drop everything, pick a destination a few hours away and jump in the car. In this case, we headed to beautiful Indian Rocks Beach, FL.