I think we can all agree that the weather this year has been a rollercoaster ride. From an unusually mild winter to three Nor’easters in March, I think it’s safe to say we could all use a little warm weather in our lives. The other weekend my Mom and I decided to take a last minute flight to Charleston, in order to escape the snow for a quick weekend trip. Three nights and four days is actually the perfect amount of time, to really see a city and decide whether you’d like to revisit for a longer time period, or check it off the bucket list. Recently I’ve been all about these quick weekend trips, you might remember Matt and I’s weekend trip to San Francisco in this blog post. Anyway, I figured some of you might be getting ready for spring break, and maybe you already have plans but if you don’t here are five places to fly direct from Logan Airport this spring.
Savannah, GA / Cheapest Carrier, Jet Blue:
From the moss draped oak trees to the historical homes and cobblestoned streets; Savannah GA is on the top of my list for places to visit this spring for photos and fun. I’m really into visiting historical cities, like Boston, and after visiting Charleston this past weekend I think it’s about time to explore more of the southern states and the history they have to offer. Oh and not to mention you can hop on a direct flight out of Logan on Jet Blue and arrive in Savannah in less than three hours!
I’ve never been to Palm Beach but if you follow Lilly Pulitzer on Instagram then you might be very familiar with the area! In 1959, the Lilly Pulitzer brand we all love and sport, was launched with a focus on bright shift dresses. I mean, I love how the Lilly brand has stayed true to their shift dress and colorful patterned roots. Now Lilly Pulitzer was just in Palm Springs with some of my favorite bloggers and it just looked so idyllic for a quick weekend trip. It even inspired me to grab this blue and white top, featured in today’s blog post images.
Right now you can take a non-stop flight from Logan Airport to San Diego for under $300, isn’t that crazy? Anyway as most of you know, I went to college in San Diego and I’m always eager to go back and visit any chance I get. I specifically love visiting in the spring and early summer, in order to avoid the overly crowded beaches. Make sure to read my San Diego travel guide, here, before booking a trip!
I’ve just started to share my Charleston content with you all on the blog, and if you saw the images I shared in Friday posts, then I’m sure you’re already planning your trip. Charleston is by far the most photogenic city I’ve ever visited and that’s not even the best part. By far the best part of visiting Charleston is how walkable and safe the city is. I mean you could easily walk to any restaurant downtown with no need for a cab, and if you want to visit the beach or a plantation it’s all a quick Uber drive away. Overall this city is really affordable and durable to travel alone or on a tight budget.
Two years ago, I drove my car out to Dallas to move in with Matt. My family and I decided to use Nashville as a breaking point. Since the drive to Nashville was so long we decided we would spend a weekend in the city before heading out to drive another 12 hours to reach Dallas. I mean, I can’t believe it’s been two years already but I honestly can remember this city like the back of my hand. From visiting Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James flagship store to seeing Raelynn sing at the Grand Ole Opry, the city stole my heart. There is so much to see, do and eat that I’m sure you guys would love it. Oh, and the flight is under three hours, so it’s a quick shot.
Okay, now that you’re all inspired to make the most of your spring break, let’s talk about this outfit! Now that spring is around the corner, I’m starting to place my dark colored jeans and sweaters into bins labeled winter and refresh my current closet with some new arrivals. That’s where this Lilly Pulitzer blue and white shirt comes in. When I first saw this shirt online I was unsure how it would fit on me, but I must say this is by far one of the most flattering shirts, I’ve EVER owned.
And if you don’t want to take my word for it, take my two younger sister’s words for it, as this shirt as I’ve picked it out of my sisters’ dressers on several occasions. Anyway, the blue and white pattern is really what prompted me to showcase this shirt for you all as I think it would just be perfect for a future New England beach trip I have planned. Now, check out the shirt for yourself here!
That’s all I have for you guys, but I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below. Do you have any places you fly direct to for a steal? If so let me know where your flying from and to in the comment section below.
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