We have turned the page on 2014 and have started a new year. This is usually when I take a look at my travel plans for the upcoming year. I don’t have every trip planed of course, or even all the details of the ones set in stone, but by now I have a solid idea of the where’s and when’s. I thought it might be fun to share my plans with you.
January – I’m starting the year with family in Minneapolis/St Paul. Although it’s bitter cold, we are going to the zoo! Luckily there are enough very interesting exhibits inside to keep us happy. And warm.
February – I’m not expecting to leave my hometown this month. I do plan to get my first ever tattoo in honor of my wanderlust. I’ll let you know if I go through with it.
March – This is a big month for me. I’m going to Berlin for the ITB, the travel industry’s biggest trade show.While I’m there I will definitely visit the Museum Island and take a tour in an iconic Trabie.
I am very excited and tremendously honored to be speaking at WITS15 in Boston at the end of the month. I’m looking forward to meet travel bloggers and fellow female travelers from across the world. Why don’t you join me?
May – What a great time to spend a few days in Chicago. I plan to take advantage of some local guides and explore the neighborhoods bordering Downtown. This will probably shape up to be a culinary extravaganza.
Summer 2015 – With all the festivals going on in Milwaukee, I’m not even tempted to go somewhere else. Really. I invite you to take some time next summer in Milwaukee and find out why.
August – Ok, this is still part of summer, but there’s this festival I really want to see in Croatia. And I have to, really just have to experience the sea music of Zadar.
Fall – at this point it’s a toss up between Santa Barbara, CA or Sanibel Island FL. It might come down to the more attractive airfare.
Christmas time. I would love to go to Germany for the Christmas markets, but I think Three times to Europe in one year is pushing it for me. Instead I think I’ll try the very European feel of Quebec City Canada.
With this tentative plan, I’ll be able to check several things off my bucket list. What plans do you have?