• Post last modified:October 5, 2020
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Well we can’t believe the time is already here, but college & university fall breaks are upon us.  Now, students will attest that this is well-deserved, while those of us in the real world simply try to remember the glory days of college and realize first-hand that there’s no such thing as a fall break in corporate America.

But as we digress, today, in honor of the upcoming fall breaks, we’ve found some great destinations that your son or daughter may want to go to, hopefully with you as well. This brings us to another point as well, if you are going with your collegiate scholars, make sure to look into CT insurance for vacations, as it could really come in handy if something goes wrong or if the trip itself is cancelled.

So without further ado, here are some great US destinations for fall breakers: 

Charlotte and Asheville, N.C.

If you love the great outdoors, then you’ll love North Carolina.  Charlotte is a great city, with the world’s largest man-made whitewater river.  Everywhere you turn, there are rock climbing establishments, zip and rope courses, kayaking. You name it, and Charlotte has it!

New Orleans, La.

Little needs to be said about this town.  You thing good time, you think New Orleans (pronounced Nuh Ohlans by the locals!) Bourbon Street is the classic venue, but in this city, especially around this time of the year, there will be plenty of voodoo and goulash types of activities for everyone to enjoy.

Nashville, Tenn.

The “music city” as it’s called by you and I, but if you’re from the area, it’s known as a different name: Nash- Vegas.  Let’s just say that if you dig music, then you’ve absolutely have to venture to Nashville. Aside from the music though, there’s plenty to see and do in the wonderful southern city, including numerous art galleries, dance halls, theaters. 

Charleston, S.C.

If you’re like me, and are a lover of history, then Charleston, SC will not disappoint! There is truly so much to see and do in this city for any avid history lover, that you probably won’t get to everything if you’re there for just a long weekend.  Many venues are either Revolution- era or civil war- era, so there’s also a history lesson to be had here!