1. Brewery In A Neighboring Town
So maybe you live in a big city already and you’re not into the tourist thing. Like ugh, who would ever want to go to Times Square?( Unless you’re watching and even then you’d prefer to be helicoptered over than have to walk through a sea of tourists .) Instead of visiting your own city’s congested sights, drive a few hours to a local nearby brewery and day drink while checking out a new town.
2. Hike With A Waterfall
I know you’re not supposed to go chasin’ waterfalls, but here we’re going to make an exception. Whether you’re in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, or SF, there’s mountains within a day’s drive where you can find a waterfall to take a pic in front of( which is the only real reason for physical activity anyway ). You might not be able to recreate the Robin hood and Marian kiss behind the waterfall because you’re #deadinside, but you’ll def be allowed to do shrooms on top of a summit, which is just as picturesque and style less vexing. Just make sure you bring a change of shoes and clothes in case you end up was intended to get into any water.
3. Bed And Breakfast By The Beach
If you live near a coast, you can turn a beach trip into a weekend getaway by booking an affordable bed and breakfast nearby and biding for a night. Even if you live in Silverlake and Malibu is only an hour away, staying in a nice Airbnb or resort room for a night will feel like you took a real vacation. It’s like when your high school prom took place in a well decorated city hall, the altered in routine stimulated you feel like you were doing something special.
4. Vineyard Visit
If you live in Northern California, you should plainly go to Napa, but you can also skip the bachelorette and couples retreats and going to see Santa Rosa or Sonoma instead, which are nearby but less crowded. But it’s not just the bay area that has vineyards, many other states have smaller vineyards that you can take a day trip to. Sure, the Long Island vineyards aren’t exactly Beaujolais, but they’re merely a train ride away from New York and you can get back in time to power nap and rally to go out again. Vineyards are a great style to feel classy while getting shit faced. And visiting vineyards will give you wine labels to look for when you read a wine listing, instead of pretending like you know what anything is.
5. Booze Cruise
If you live within driving distance to a coast or body of water, you can easily get junked on the water. Water’s international anyway, so it’ll be like getting a worldly educated in blacking out. Plus , not having phone service for a day will build you seem mysterious and keep you from over texting the guy you’re trying to ignore.
6. Hot Springs Resort
Hot springtimes aren’t just for Japanese vacations, there are plenty of hot spring resorts in the U.S. where you can go for a day. If you’re in the bay region, you might wishes to hit up Vichy, or in LA you can hit up SLO. Unfortunately much like hearts of New Yorkers are ice cold, there’s no hot spring near New York, but there are mineral baths in Saratoga Springs. Something about sitting in naturally hot water builds “youre feeling” skinnier every time. Plus there’s usually a decent winery and brunch place near the spas.
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