Saturday, February 23, 2013

Midwest Road Trip

When we travel, we always have maps with us but for comfort, it's always nice to rely on the GPS and enjoy the scenic view. Meet our companions: flaglet of the Philippines, aviator sunglasses and GPS! 

It was my first time to travel six states in two days from Florida-Georgia-Tennessee-Kentucky-Illinois and Missouri. Of course, we stop for the night and dine in to some local restaurants. We love living in Florida because of the beautiful beaches but, we were in great awe with the beautiful scenery when we were driving towards Georgia and Tennessee.

On our road trip, we saw big and beautiful houses located in Chattanooga with perfect landscape. Most of the time, we drove on the scenic route since we were not in a hurry and we fell in-love with the beautiful view of the mountains and ridges.

When we reach the south east of Kentucky and Illinois, all we saw was wide farmlands as far as our eyes can see and the sunset is truly gorgeous.

We passed by the area where Mammoth Cave National Park is, I told hubby that we will go there on our next vacation. The road trip was interesting and educational at the same time. I can live in these states because each one is unique and appealing.

We saw the Gateway Arch as the sun sets for the night but, we drove 4 more hours passing St. Louis heading towards Keytesville, Missouri.

If given the chance, I will certainly do this road trip again. I am not done sharing some of the interesting places on this road trip. Check back sometime or, take time to browse my other blogs. Thanks for stopping by.

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