Whether you’ve got a fat 401k, a pocketful of nickels, or fall somewhere in between, we’re on a mission to show you how to use whatever you’ve got to see the world your way. The Jet Sisters is a comedic travel web series where two sisters take on one destination with two very different bank accounts. We focus our travel itineraries on what we would like to see, do and eat.
One thing we know: Millennials prefer experiences over things.
That said, these itineraries work for anyone from Baby Boomer to Generation Z – just decide how much you want to spend and pick and choose accordingly! Traveling and experiencing the world as global citizens is a priority. So if that’s you, whether you’re 16 or 106, The Jet Sisters show is right up your alley.
Meet Angie & Rachel Orth, jet-setting sisters on either end of the Millennial spectrum.
Little Sis Rachel shares quirky, budget friendly accommodations, must-try eateries and top-notch activities that provide lots of bang for the buck. Expect to spend anywhere from $100-$500 per day.
Big Sis Angie curates a host of upscale accommodations, unique experiential dining opportunities and incredible activities. Expect to spend anywhere from $500-$1,500 a day for Angie’s picks.
Twins, 12 years apart
Angie & Rachel both love Harry Potter, any excuse to wear costumes and sharing their adventures on social media. Together, they run the Angie Away & The Jet Sisters social media and editorial empire and are on a mission to inspire folks from all budgets and backgrounds to pack a bag and see the world!
The Jet Sisters Guide to the Finger Lakes
The Finger Lakes region is probably best known for more than 100 wineries and award-winning wines, but there’s so much more to the area. Did you know there are more than 26 state parks, 135 museums, 80 art galleries, 400 registered historic sites, 1,063 waterfalls and gorges, 650 miles of shoreline, 100 waterfront restaurants, 50 farmers markets and 160 golf courses?
From world-class raceways and cutting edge glass technology to breathtaking waterfalls and some of the most beautiful scenery in the United States, the Finger Lakes is wine country and so much more. We’re spilling the tea… errr, the wine, on the Finger Lakes, so grab your glass and get ready for this itinerary.
Planning the Perfect Williamsburg Itinerary
Is there anything better than discovering a destination you thought you knew actually has even more to offer? Our Greater Williamsburg itinerary just about knocked our little Colonial breeches off, y’all.Williamsburg was the capital of the Virginia Colony from 1699 to 1780 — and if that was the end of the story, this place would be fascinating enough. But there’s so much more! The New York Times named Williamsburg as one of its 52 Places to Visit in 2019, and as we found while filming our show, there are more than enough reasons for the honor.
You are going to love our weekend in Williamsburg itinerary!
How to Spend 48 Hours in Chicago
With only 48 hours in Chicago, we barely scratched the surface with our Chicago itinerary, keeping mostly to the central downtown area and the top attractions, Millennium Park, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Magnificent Mile, the Navy Pier, Lake Michigan, the Willis Tower and all the little hotspots in between.
Chicago is the third most populous city in the U.S. after NYC and LA, but somehow was never on our radar until now. We’re a bit ashamed to admit it, especially because of our family roots in the area. Chicago often gets a bad rap, and we’re glad we visited and had such a friendly, warm (the people, not the weather!) experience. Would we go back? In a Chicago minute! 48 hours Chicago
We kept asking ourselves, “Why didn’t anyone tell us Chicago is incredible?” It’s the truth but it’s also significantly high praise coming from two Florida girls in twenty-degree November temps.
Together, we aim to capture a comprehensive itinerary that’ll help you decide where to splurge and where to save when you visit. Check out our full itinerary for 48 hours in Chicago!
Orlando Without the Theme Parks
Surprise, surprise, the Theme Park Capital of the World has so much more to offer than roller coasters and character breakfasts. Orlando Metro is home to more than 2 million people, and on a busy day, it seems like they’re all at the theme parks. Once you get outside the main tourist areas, you can really see the wide open spaces that drew pioneers like Walt Disney to Central Florida decades ago.
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