Brilliant fall colors, sprawling vineyards and crisp Great Lakes breezes ... these are the things that Traverse City brings to mind as fall tumbles toward lower Michigan. In an effort to fully embrace the changing seasons and also to simply put something (anything!) on the calendar that we could look forward to, I booked a weekend in the northwestern lower peninsula for our little crew of three, plus a few of our family and friends.
We snuck the babe's first road trip in just before COVID-19 quarantining took hold of the nation. Chicago's family-friendly Lincoln Park served as our homebase for a quick weekend away and we're listing the reasons it'd work well for you, too.
If you're seeking a low-key weekend that's filled with amazing food, southern charm and lazy seaside views, Charleston is just the ticket. We've found the perfect place to book your stay and encourage a laid-back itinerary that's heavy on impromptu exploration and cozy bars and restaurants.
Let's talk Northern Montana and the iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road, which cuts through Glacier National Park. Drive the full route and bring your bags. We've found a few amazingly scenic spots to stay the night and soak in the views. GETTING THERE It's not the easiest place to get to from Michigan, but it's worth the… Continue reading Exploring Montana’s Glacier National Park
Every other year, come April, we trek the three hours to Cambridge, Ontario, where we hole up in the deliciously indulgent Langdon Hall Country Hotel and Spa for just one night. Our excuse for the excess? Anniversary. Pass the champs, please.