2015 Travel Plans

New year, new adventures.

Friends and I recently sat down and discussed where we wanted to go in 2015. Several places were put on the list, but only a few made the final cut. Now, y’all have to remember that I am not a gainfully employed adult who has to go to work five days a week. With that in mind, my ability to jet set is greatly limited. The majority of travel this year will take place in America, but I am praying that I will be able to make it back to Europe at least once to see friends.

What does 2015 have in store for Travel Morgan Travel?

 

Spring: Asheville, North Carolina

Summer: San Francisco, California

Fall: a road trip in New England

Quick weekend road trips: Charlotte, North Carolina and New Orleans, Louisiana

Possible International Trips: Ireland and Sweden

 

That is by no means a set schedule. For all I know, I won’t be able to make it to any of them, and/or I will be lucky enough to add places to the list I didn’t think about.

Here’s to hoping 2015 is a great year for travel!

Cheers!

MC πŸ™‚

About travelmorgantravel

Morgan is a travel blogger and columnist who loves chocolate and a cheesy rom-com. She spends her time reading self-help books in attempt to reassure herself that she isn't all that crazy. Follow her on her wild adventures around the world.

13 Comments

  1. Have you been to any of these places before, or are they all “first time”? i like road trips myself, so the New England one sounds good. If you’ve not been to New Orleans before, don’t go between May through September. The French Quarter stinks bad due to all the garbage, puking, etc and heat effect.

  2. It’s a combo of both. Many of the places listed I have been to before, but I went to them when I was smaller and with my parents. This time, I should go to most of them either alone or with friends. Of the ones listed on this post, I’ve not been to New England. I’ve been as far north on the east coast as NYC.

    I grew up in the deep south and understand all too well the smells that occur all over in summer months. It’s not just NOLA that smells. All big cities do. We have a very tropical climate that causes everyone and everything to smell terribly for half the year. lol

What are your thoughts?