Fall is upon us and that means all the cute fall activities are in full swing, from pumpkin patches to apple orchards and everything in between. It is also spooky season so it’s time to buy those passes to Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens, Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Disney World, and more. One that is newer but definitely worth checking out is Dade City’s horror park, Scream-a-Geddon.
This post is able to be brought to you by Yelp Tampa Bay! If they had not hosted this event for Yelp Elite, I wouldn’t have ever heard of Scream-a-Geddon. My friend and I were given free VIP passes as well as one round of zombie paintball.
Read on to find our review what we loved (and what we hated) about Scream-a-Geddon 2018.
Hello everyone! These city guides can take a while for me to get written and up for y’all! I just want to make sure the content quality is on point and that you can really benefit from my guides. So, as usual, these are all of the things I ate, coffee I drank, and places I went in three days in Philadelphia. I spent quite a bit of the weekend at my friend’s house so you could probably do even more in three days if you were staying downtown!
I will also include all the places I didn’t go to but found in my search of the best things to do in the city.
As well, here is a YouTube video of my trip!
Read on to find my budget friendly list of places in Philly!
You’ve probably heard of the Big Apple, but have you heard of the Mini Apple AKA Minneapolis? Today in my second part of a three-part series on my top five/ten lists for three popular Minnesota cities: St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Duluth, we’ll be talking about Minneapolis – which fun fact, is not the capital of Minnesota. The capital is St. Paul and you can learn about my favorite things for that city here.
Here is my top ten things to eat, drink, and do in Minneapolis, MN (guaranteed to be Instagram friendly and wallet friendly – great for that college student budget).