If you’re like us, you’re anxiously counting the days until your summer vacation. The time between spring break and the first day of summer just seems to stretch into eternity!

To help us bide the time until summer break, we explored a handful of our favorite travel bloggers’ sites. If you need a break, these incredible folks will help recharge your soul and get you in the mood to plan a trip, all while sitting at your desk.

We’ll start with Manger, a blogger who combines her passion for food and travel with amazing photography. Mimi Thorisson’s photos make you feel like you’re sitting and chatting in her kitchen in Médoc, France. Even better, Thorisson shares her recipes with anyone who wants to try their hand at her fabulous creations.

While we’re thinking about food, hop over to Behind the Food Carts. Bloggers Kim and Phil share photos of food carts and their fare from Portland to Vietnam. The duo pair their photos with stories about the people who run the food trucks. Each story is short, unique and beautiful.

Travelteq is perfect for anyone who spends a lot of time on the road. The blog shares the best travel trends, from items to keep in your luggage to the ultimate getaway location in Tuscany.

If you’re looking for an intimate view of what makes America unique, the American Guide is the right choice for you. The authors are reimagining a Depression-era guidebook to document how the U.S. is recovering from the Great Recession. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, you’re sure to learn something new about a city. The bloggers are still traveling through the U.S., so not all states are included on the blog.

Family travelers will love Feather + Flip. The blog features destinations, hotels and activities in a family-friendly way. Whether you’re traveling to Washington, D.C. or Cuba, you’ll find helpful suggestions from this writer.

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