Rachel Greve

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Airbnb in the Dominican Republic

Living in Miami, it always looks and feels like spring break or summer vacation with the salty-air breeze, palm trees, and hot Florida sun. Since this is our (mostly) year-long reality, two of my girlfriends and I decided that we’d go somewhere new for spring break this year to experience…

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A Florida Girl’s Christmas in the Midwest

As a Florida native, preparing for winter has always been simple—mostly because there’s literally nothing to even prepare for. All you need is a light jacket and maybe a cute pair of boots to help make you feel a little more “in style,” if that’s your sorta thing. Almost everyone I’ve met…

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Chattanooga, TN + Indian Seats Trail Hike

Leaving South Carolina wasn’t the easiest goodbye because it’s just so dang pretty everywhere you look. But on the bright side, we still had two more destinations to get to! The drive from South Carolina to Chattanooga had some of the most breathtaking views that I’ve ever seen.

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Caesars Head State Park & Bald Rock, SC

After a fun and memorable couple of days spent in Charleston it was about that time for our second adventure. When Peyton and I had first begun planning this road trip, we both agreed that hiking had to be in the top three activities that we’d do. After researching many beautiful hiking…

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The One Where We Went to Charleston

Leaving Savannah with a full stomach and a great start to our road trip, we were off to our first stop for the next couple of days: Charleston, South Carolina. After roughly 7 hours of drive time, we were SO relieved to finally…

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Three Hours in Savannah, GA

After a jam-packed school year and not enough home visits, my best friend and I packed up the Jeep and headed off on a week-long road trip to three southern charm-filled cities that have been our travel bucket list long enough: Savannah, GA; Charleston, SC; Chattanooga, TN; and Atlanta, GA.

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Kayaking At Oleta River State Park

Oleta River State Park is a hidden Miami gem that Nate and I found early last year, tucked away off of Biscayne Blvd (US 1). Who knew such a gorgeous park where people are kayaking and canoeing down the river could be hiding on the other side of a busy…

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Day Date in Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne should be on everyone’s Miami bucket list. Aqua blue water, incredible Miami skyline views, streets lined with swaying palm trees and endless warm weather. How much better can it get? It probably can’t! Although the Miami Seaquariam tends to steal the attention of most travelers, Key Biscayne is…

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