A New Travel Company Plans Your Whole Vacation...But Won't Tell You Where You're Going

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Let me start by saying this is NOT a commercial.  I'd never heard of this company until a friend of mine shared it on Facebook...but I love the concept!

We all like to travel, right? But it's so hard to decide on a destination and then sift through Yelp and Trivago and all these other websites to figure out what to do when we get there.

But a new company called Pack Up + Go is taking the guesswork out of vacation.  You tell them what you like and dislike and what your budget is, and they'll book an entire vacation for you.  The flights, the hotel, and even an itinerary of stuff to do and places to eat.  The catch? They don't tell you where you're going until RIGHT before you leave.

The destinations range from huge cities like Chicago and Boston....

To smaller but popular tourist destinations like Austin and New Orleans...

Much like our clocks this past weekend, Nikko and Leah sprung forward into Spring on their recent Pack Up + Go trip to Austin. (We love the white tuba in there, by the way! Bold!) #austin #texas #surprisetrip #travel #explore #wanderlust

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To hidden gems that most people wouldn't think about, like Charleston and Savannah.

And of course, since Nashville is one of America's "It" cities right now, we're a part of the itinerary as well.

What's a trip to Nashville without a show at the Grand Ole @opry? Allison and Carolyn made sure to catch one on their surprise trip to the Music City! #packupgo #nashville #musiccity #tennessee #countrymusic #girlstrip #packedupandwent

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The company will send you a list of what you need to pack for your trip, along with an envelope containing your destination.  Of course, you can open the envelope immediately, but to build the suspense they recommend that you wait until you arrive at the airport.

But think about it...how cool would it be to just pack a bag and go, not knowing what adventures the next three days have to offer?

AND I get to do cool stuff and not have to plan it? Count. Me. In.

Road trips start at about $450 and and those requiring a flight start at $650.  Learn more about Pack Up + Go on their website or follow them on Instagram to live vicariously through other people

So, who's going with me?

Jonathan

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