Where to Go Next? You Decide!

University life is busy, demanding, and fast-paced. Add a twenty hours/week job, social life, clubs and organizations, volunteering, and other responsibilities, and anyone will have a full agenda. While we love being active and involved in our community, it’s always good to take time away to relax.

 

This fall, we have a few places lined up already, but we have a four to five days holiday in November and we would like to hear YOUR opinion! Leave a comment below or send us a message about your suggestion. We only ask one thing: it has to be in the United States.

 

You are welcome to show us pictures you took, give us an itinerary, anything you like! Make us love your story. Make us want to visit.

 

We will take one lucky winner’s suggestion and feature them in our blog. After we go to the trip, we will write about the experience we will have, thanks to you!

 

 

We look forward to hearing your suggestions!

 

Love,

Alysta Lim & Athena Lim

22 thoughts on “Where to Go Next? You Decide!

  1. Raleigh, NC. The place is very quaint and beautiful, perfect for a relaxing time. During fall, you can see some orange, red, and yellow leaves. In late November it’ll be getting colder, and the foliage a bit less spectacular, but there’s still an air of mystery and fun. There aren’t too many tourists, and it is a less common vacation spot, which makes it more of a pleasant secret.

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    • Both cities are wonderful. We’ve actually been planning to go there for quite a while, maybe we’ll do it this November 😀
      Can you share any attractions to visit? Would like to hear about them from someone who’s been there

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      • It’s been a while, but any of the house museums in Charleston, and just wander the historic squares in Savannah. Maybe take a look at Tybee island. There are islands offshore from Charleston, too. Also, check the latest restaurant recommendations, definitely a good area for seafood.

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      • Charleston and Savannah are both beautiful cities and would be lovely in November. I have a recent post on Charleston (Charming Charleston- How to visit and not break the bank), if you would like to read it at runningtotravel.wordpress.com.

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  2. All the places I can think of in the States might not be the best place to go in November (Mackinaic Island/Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Utah, for example). Maybe the Smokey Mountains? Outer Banks in North Carolina? I like mountains and sea, so…

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