The Best Place to Watch a Seattle Sunset

Seattle is a super cool city with a ton to do (check out my one-day guide for inspiration) and even more amazing views. My favorite view from my time in the city was no doubt watching sunset. We found this incredible spot that I would have to consider the best place to watch a SeattleContinue reading “The Best Place to Watch a Seattle Sunset”

Best Things to Do in Seattle • One Day in the City

Find yourself in the beautiful state of Washington and have the luxury of spending a day in Seattle? Well aren’t you lucky!? It is an absolutely gorgeous city and there are so many things to do in Seattle that I’m already dying to go back. The combination of mountains, volcano, and ocean visible from soContinue reading “Best Things to Do in Seattle • One Day in the City”

The Best Place to Watch Sunset in Yosemite

Yosemite is full of COUNTLESS beautiful views, no matter where you are and no matter what time of day. But, if you’re looking for the best place to watch sunset in Yosemite, I’ve got you covered. The Best Sunset Spot in Yosemite National Park is at Sentinel Dome Why is Sentinel Dome the Best PlaceContinue reading “The Best Place to Watch Sunset in Yosemite”

3 Day Yosemite Itinerary • Top Things to Do in Spring/Summer

Yo, so you wanna go to Yosemite? Do I apologize for that terrible joke? No, no I do not. If you’re still reading thank you, and let’s get to the actual good stuff (not bad jokes). So for real, Yosemite National Park is massive, and planning an itinerary for your visit can be difficult. UnlessContinue reading “3 Day Yosemite Itinerary • Top Things to Do in Spring/Summer”

Things to Do in Sequoia National Park • 3 Day Itinerary

My 3 days in Sequoia National Park were an absolute whirlwind in the best way! So much happened in just a couple days. I was scared on my first hike ever (more on that later, but we were in a snowstorm so normally you’d be fine but eek x100), I craned my neck staring atContinue reading “Things to Do in Sequoia National Park • 3 Day Itinerary”