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10 Places You Never Thought of Visiting (Pt. 2)

Less than weeks until it's officially the summer season! The kids are getting out of school and are definitely getting restless- or maybe that's just you? Cure your travel bug and check out our other five top stateside (secret) destinations!

6. Nachitoches, LA

Pronounced Nack- a- tish (who knew?) this little city is the oldest in Louisiana.  This quaint get away boasts over twenty-five different Bed and Breakfasts. Go for a carriage ride, take a stroll in the beautiful Beau Jardin, visit their historic houses and plantations. If you’re up to it- take a ride in Alligator Park! And above all- make sure you try a meat pie from Lasyones!

{Picture via The Interro Bang}

7. Fredericksburg, TX

Leave the kids at home- mommy is taking a vacation. Fredericksburg, Texas is home to Wine Road 290- that is a stretch of road over thirty miles long, of winery after winery. This little town has German heritage, and you’ll find it woven through out its architecture, its history, and especially its food. Bed and Breakfasts are the way to go- and we love that there are very few chains here.

{Picture via Fredericksburg Limo and Wine Tours}

8. Waco, TX

It’s been rising in popularity because of its local celebrities- Chip and Joanna Gaines. You might know them from HGTV’s Fixer Upper. They recently opened Magnolia Market- which has everything you could ever ask for. But Waco is much more than that. Waco is home to Cameron Park, Austin Ave, and tons of quirky hole-in-the-wall style attractions. The Spice Village is an indoor market with everything from apparel to antiques. Feeling like a little barbeque? Check out the Backyard Bar and Grill.  It has all the comforts of your backyard- lawn games, burgers, and an actual yard!

{Picture via Darling Magazine}

9. Capitola, CA

You might not know about Capitola, but you definitely have heard about its neighbor, Santa Cruz. This bubbly little beach town is much smaller, much quieter, and much brighter. With house painted bright colors, this happy little coastal community is the perfect place to relax. Check out Capitola Avenue for shops and restaurants, take a walk by Soquel Creek, or enjoy a day on the beach.

{Picture via Studio DIY}

10. South Lake Tahoe, CA

Lake Tahoe is a very, very large lake- so we’ve divided it up, and chosen South Lake Tahoe. If you love the out doors, you’ll love South Lake Tahoe. If you don’t really like the outdoors- you’ll also probably love South Lake Tahoe. You have the option to stay at a campsite, or stay at the Ritz Carlton. Enjoy the hiking paths, the beaches, and the watersports. If that’s not your thing then check out the numerous restaurants around- we definitely recommend the Baked Bear. South Lake Tahoe has something for everyone!

{Picture via Life on Pine}


We have serious wanderlust after working on this post. Looks like we'll have to go on another adventure soon!