Just Back From…Napa Valley. Namely, the 37th annual Auction Napa Valley weekend hosted by the Coppola family: Francis, Eleanor, Sophia, Roman, and Gia.
Trip Duration: 3 days, 3 nights.
Flight Plan: I flew directly to SFO from New York, and then hopped on a scenic ferry ride through the San Francisco Bay to Vallejo, followed by an hour-long drive to Napa Valley. When traveling, I never leave home without a good book for the plane, Rodin lip balm, and Caudalie Beauty Elixir Mist.
With massive parks, outdoor piazzas, rooftop bars overlooking the sun-soaked downtown, and beaches, lakes and ponds outfitted with wildlife, you don't have to leave the U.S. this summer to get a Discover-page-worthy 'gram. From Boston's new Greenway Park to Miami's sparkling coastline to Seattle's bustling Pike Place Market, there are a million and one reasons to stay stateside and explore the outdoor havens that make these cities so darn picturesque. Whether you're coming from near or far, these are America's most Instagrammable destinations. (After one peek, you'll easily see why).
Charleston, South Carolina
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Warm weather is finally here! And nothing is better than celebrating summer by packing your bags and hitting the road (er…air?) for a well-deserved OOO escape. Here, a few ideas—near and far—to inspire your wanderlust. (They're all so prettttty.)
Charleston is one of the most charming cities. There, I said it. Small but urban, with a Southern *something something* that hasn't waned, the town has really come into it's own with more and more chic eateries and bars—so much so that it's hard to keep up. While there's plenty to do and explore (especially when it comes to history), I would say the main draw is the massive amounts of food and drink to be consumed. (All in a pretty as a picture setting, of course.) Not into spending your days eating and drinking on vacation? Bless your heart. Here, where to stay, eat, and drink in one of the best cities in America.