Great Girl Getaway and ManCation Travel Destinations: Great Bachelor/Bachelorette Travel Destinations – Part 2 of 2
Eva and Mark Greenwald from Eva’s Best Travel and Cruises, 203-221-3171 or 888-499-7245
Imagine getting away from your spouse, your job, the daily grind and having a blast with your friends? Remember those carefree days at college? Now imagine it without the term papers and finals?! We all need to time to relax and recharge and reconnect with ourselves and with our friends. Smarter Travel did a series of the Top Ten Girls Getaways. I think these are also great as great ManCation Getaways, and wonderful for Bachelor and Bachelorette Travel Destinations. Review them and let me know what you think: 203-221-3171, text me at: 203-554-4462, email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and check my website at: http://www.EvasBestTravelAndCruises.com
Miami Beach, Florida: Hit the Beach
Nothing boots the winter blahs like catching up with your friends while sipping cocktails under the Miami sun. Book a private hotel cabana for the day and relax. Activities like paddleboarding, kayaking, and cycling along the beach are time well spent Be one of the beautiful people in South Beach. Take in the Art Deco scene there. Crandon Park Beach on Key Biscayne is a calm alternative to the SoBe scene, with walking and biking trails, beach-volleyball nets, shelters for shade, and barbecues. After dark, go for a drink in the ritzy hotel lobby of the Fontainebleau, Delano, or Eden Roc hotels, where there’s always something going on. At Tapas & Tintos, once the dinner crowd leaves, the tables are taken away and the salsa dancing begins.
Caribbean: Take a Cruise
Where else but on a cruise can you and your friends, married or not, loosen inhibitions and jump into a conga line (“feelin’ hot, hot, hot”) and ask a cabin butler to unpack your bags or pour your Merlot? Cruising with your friends is an easy vacation. It’s all-inclusive and the itinerary is already set. You can stick together or go separate ways before meeting up for dinner to swap stories.
One option is to take a cruise based around a theme you all love. Take a Broadway or country-music-themed cruise, baseball and football greats,, cruises with exclusive jewelry-shopping events, cruises for Christian women, and enrichment-themed cruises with lectures and workshops.
Willamette Valley, Oregon: Follow a Wine Trail
With more than 250 wineries from Portland to Eugene, the Willamette Valley is Oregon’s affordable and accessible answer to Napa. True to Oregon’s casual, adventurous character, the region has a unique way of creating a down-to-earth wine experience for everyone. Follow the Eugene Wine Trail on a bicycle, stopping at tasting rooms along the way to sample the region’s Pinot Noir, lauded as some of the world’s best. Join Equestrian Wine Tours through the countryside on horseback or carriage. On its “wiking” trips, Grand Cru Wine Tours combines two local obsessions: wine and hiking. You can take in breathtaking views at Youngberg Hill Vineyards & Inn in the charming little foodie town of McMinnville.
Tecate, Baja California, Mexico: Learn to Cook
If you don’t come from a family large enough to know the joy of cooking with others, here’s your chance to be part of the laughter. The Cooking School at Rancho La Puerta wellness resort, an hour from San Diego, will teach you and your friends to be healthier, happier cooks as you work alongside ranch chef Gonzalo Mendoza and guest teachers from around the world. Whether you choose the lunch class ($80) or dinner class ($85), this farm-to-table experience culminates in a feast around a hacienda table with friends new and old. Sip wine from the nearby Baja wine country while you sit back and enjoy the views from the school’s six-acre organic farm at the foot of Mt. Kuchumaa.
San Diego, Los Angeles, Hawaii, Bali, and Costa Rica: Become Surfer Girls or Surfer Guys
There’s hope for us, who, in the midst of work deadlines and taxiing kids to activities, have absolutely no chance of hanging loose without a little help. There is the Surfer Girls surf school—taught by girls for girls—promises we’ll be hanging ten and standing up with a smile by the end of the first lesson. Imagine what a weeklong overnight camp will do. You and your girlfriends can’t help but bond as you overcome challenges and learn to conquer waves together. At the five-day overnight camp ($1,450 in San Diego; $1,700 in Hawaii) breakfast and dinner are included, and you can walk to nearby shops and attractions. When the day is done you’ll drop into bed in your beachside accommodations and fall asleep to the sound of surf.
If you are a guy looking for Surfing opportunities, call me, I’ll find them for you!
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