If you know us, then you know New Orleans is one of our favorite cities to visit. We love the culture, the people and of course the food. Fun fact: New Orleans was actually the first official trip for 2 Girls Who Travel. Read more about our inaugural trip to NOLA here. On this recent trip,
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Have you had a chance to do all of your holiday shopping? If not, no worries! For all of your traveler friends or friends who need a vacation, grab these cool gifts and send them packing! And if you have Amazon Prime even better, you’ll get these gifts before the holidays!! Thank us later! 1.
We’ve already talked about how amazing Greece was, but we also wanted to offer a bit of insight in the form of traveler’s tips. I mean we are 2 Girls Who Travel, so don’t worry – WE GOT YOU! What we decided to tackle in this blog is the fine art of island-hopping – essentially
The most recent storm Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall in southeast Texas as a Category 4 hurricane, reminded us that we are still in the middle of hurricane season and as such, we wanted to share our tips for how to prepare for one. So here are 10 2GWT hurricane preparedness tips, in no particular
If you are ever planning to take a flight out of the good ole USA, then you may be in for at least a nine- or 10-hour flight … and if you’re headed somewhere like say, Australia – that’s more than 20 hours in flight. Don’t know about you, but 20 hours cooped up in a
For the past few months, we’ve been focusing on some of the great things the city of Houston has to offer – delicious food from a variety of cuisines, a diverse arts scene and home to great musical acts and events – but it’s time to get back to what we were originally known for
Summer Travel season is officially upon us. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security checkpoint lines have been better as of late, but 2- to 3-hour wait times at some airports have been par for the course. What can one do to possibly speed this process along? Become a Department of Homeland Security “trusted traveler,” basically a
Let me describe a scenario for you: you’re vacationing in a city filled with massive buildings that are unique in shape and color. The city is well-known for its architecture, which is a large reason for its tourist appeal. You’re traveling solo and trying to take photos of all that you see. But you realize
Summer festival season is upon us and it’s one of our favorite things about this time of year. From food trucks to musical acts, festivals can be a full day’s worth of fun. If you’re as psyched as we are, then you’ve probably already looked at agendas and ticket prices for festivals you’re interested in.
The freedom to travel is one of the greatest things we’re able to do, and while girls’ trips, couples getaways and family vacations are all wonderful ways to travel, sometimes individuals prefer the option of traveling alone. Some would even argue that solo travel is the best way to explore the world, because you only