Back in Ohio, I made an itinerary to do a tri-state trip. But it never happened due to some time constraints. That tri-state trip has been decided that covers popular places in the southeastern part of the country. This southeastern part has a great view of the sea. It’s been few months that I haven’t seen the beach making me long for that elusive white sand, fresh sea breeze and enticing blue water locations. These locations were;
1.Gulf Shores, Alabama
Gulf Shores is a city on Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Its Gulf State Park has beaches, trails and a pier, plus a golf course and a zipline over the dunes. It is located on the Gulf of Mexico. It has a lot of attractions ranging from shopping to amusement parks to of course, the beach.
2. Biloxi, Mississippi
Biloxi is a city and one of two county seats of Harrison county in Mississippi. The city has been a favorite vacation destination for decades with sandy beaches and calm waters which is perfect for jet skiing or deep sea fishing.
Biloxi Lighthouse is a lighthouse just close to the MS sound of the Gulf of Mexico. The lighthouse has been kept by female keepers for more years than any other lighthouse in the country. It’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places and declared a state landmark.
3. New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans or in French La Nouvelle-Orleans is a consolidated city-parish located along the Mississippi River in the southeastern region of the state. It is also the best city to visit for fun, parties, events and culture. Due to being the most vibrant city of the state, it is the most populous city and is considered an economic and commercial hub for the broader Gulf Coast region. NOLA is world-renowned for its distinct music, Creole cuisine, unique dialect, and its annual celebrations and festivals, most notably Mardi Gras.
Tri-State Trip was a good way to get out of the routine and boring life in my home city. It was a great deal seeing and exploring the neighboring states after moving. This won’t be my last tri-state trip since I love driving around and traveling and that is a given. I just can’t believe that I’ve almost toured the whole states of the United States. I’ve visited 33 states out of 50 and that also includes the capital of the country.