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Relive the Best Trips of 2019: A Retrospective Look at My Most Memorable and Enjoyable Vacations

This year, my travels were focused on discovering small towns in the USA that I’ve never visited before. It was an enlightening experience to see how many beautiful towns and hidden gems there are in my own country. One of my key takeaways from these trips was the importance of having a car for traveling. Renting a car during my trip to Maryland proved to be a great decision, as it allowed my mom and I to explore a new town or two every single day. We visited a total of 6 different places, not counting the ones we went back to. This trip was my favorite of the year because it was something new and different, combining leisure and family time.

Read my East Coast trips here: Alexandria, Annapolis, Brookside Gardens, Frederick, Georgetown, and Gaithersburg.

The most unique trip I’ve done was definitely Walla Walla. It was a place that I wouldn’t normally visit (especially in the winter) but, an invitation from a friend convinced me otherwise.

My friend’s place was in the middle of the forest. I would look out the window and see snow covered trees lined from one to another. The total quietness scared me at first being a ‘city girl’ and all but, it warmed up on me after getting a good night’s rest.

Read my Walla Walla posts here and here.

The craziest adventure this year for me would have to be having a company private dinner event on top of the USS Midway Museum. It’s cray!

The coolest first time travel experience for me was flying business class. I admit I’m a rookie at this but, felt like a princess so who cares 😉

The cutest thing I’ve done on a trip was feeding these ostriches. They act aggressive though, they are adorable to look at. Wouldn’t you say?

The most random adventure I did this year was rooftop hopping in L.A. My friends and I probably went to 3 different rooftop bars in a span of two hours. Don’t ask why.

And that wraps up for the Best of 2019 for me. I hope yours was as exciting (if not more so) as mine.

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