So I’m back and doing what I do best, well second best after eating food, thats talking about food! It has been a minute since my last post and I’ve been looking forward to this one. Why Uptown I hear you ask, why not the whole of New Orleans? Well two reasons. Firstly Uptown is
We visited Kelly Ingram Park on route from Tennessee to Louisiana, it is in the city centre of Birmingham and it’s easy to find, it’s not too big and I’d say it was doable for all physical abilities.
The sculptures in Kelly Ingram Park show what those fighting for civil rights had to endure on this spot. In 1963 Martin Luther King Jr described Birmingham as “probably the most thoroughly segregated city in the United States”
Lynchburg Tennessee was a bucket list item ticked off for definite. Having enjoyed Jack Daniel’s for many years and being an avid collector of JD memorabilia, we just had to go to Lynchburg on the Tennessee leg of our USA honeymoon road trip.
The drive from the Great Smoky Mountains to Lynchburg is pretty long. We needed a stop off on route and decided to spend half a day in Chattanooga and it was a great choice! Check out where we found some awesome barbecue and what we thought of Ruby Falls.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most popular National Park in the United States. To really enjoy the park, as with most of the National Parks, you need to love being in the outdoors. If you do love the outdoors you will definitely love it here.
We’ve shortlisted some of our favourite things to do inside the park, there’s something for everyone!
Our first stop on our honeymoon in the USA was New York City. We wanted our honeymoon to get off to a great start and planned a few treats while we were in New York. Here are five romantic things we recommend you try if you’re visiting New York whether for a special occasion or to treat yourself to a fantastic weekend away!
We set 42 travel goals before we left for our honeymoon in the USA for 6 weeks! Read on to find out how many we completed.
We love a good list (who doesn’t?) Inspired by several bucket list style posts we’ve seen recently we’ve put together our 42 things to do in 42 days in the USA. Do you think we’ll manage them all?