Welcome to a world where the sun shines for months on end, and the darkness brings fat snowflakes the size of a abby’s fist. Welcome to Anchorage, Alaska – the last frontier’s largest city with a small town vibe. More often than not Anchorage is overlooked as destination for travelers and thought of as just …More
The town of Cobleskill is an often overlooked and passed by rural town. Many people don’t realize the beauty they are missing when they take the highway around the town instead of entering in. if you take the time to stop into Cobleskill you will not be disappointed.
Cobleskill New York is a historic and agricultural …More
What can I say about Charlotte, North Carolina? It is a wonderful city to travel to in the United States. This place is also wonderful to live in!
Charlotte is an American city located in the southeastern United States. It was founded in 1755 and given its nickname of the queen city by those founders. The …More
Kingston Jamaica was a refuge for people who lost their homes after an earthquake in Port Royal. It is now the largest city and the capital of Jamaica. It is the center of government that hosts many businesses.
Many people associate Kingston with reggae music, which makes sense. The birthplace of reggae music is Trench Town, …More
Cody, Wyoming is a gateway city, and each year thousands of visitors come through the city headed to Yellowstone National Park. In 1872, Yellowstone became the first National Park in the United States. Today it is still glorious, and gives visitors the opportunity to see amazing scenery, and a diverse group of wild animals (including …More
When most people think of New Orleans, they think of Hurricane Katrina, Anne Rice’s “Vampire Chronicles,” or Mardi Gras. Katrina hit the city nearly straight on in August of 2005. While there are still areas that haven’t recovered, most tourists today will never see them. The best parts of the city are fully recovered. Vampires? …More
The city of St. Joseph, Minnesota is located about 90 minutes north of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. The town was incorporated in 1890, and is home to over 7,000 people. Its largest industry is the College of Saint Benedict.
There’s plenty of fun things to see and do in and around St. Joseph (or St. …More
If you’re looking for the next place on your adventure list, then travel south to San Antonio, Texas! It is a city of art, culture, and incredible food! This city hosts all sorts of spectacular things to see and experience! It will be an adventure you won’t soon forget. So, let’s jump into what there …More
California’s 2nd largest city is also the United States’ 8th largest. With 18 beautiful towns, plus incredible neighborhoods, it is renowned as America’s finest. You can never miss out on exploring some of your best activities around San Diego. It has pleasant weather with warm and cool days almost the entire year. The city is …More
This neighborhood is located as part of the Greater Downtown Miami, Florida area. This part of the city is rich in history and Brickell is one of the biggest financial districts in Florida.
The best things to do in Brickell City include:
go shopping in Brickell City Centretake a walk along Brickell Keyadmire the view from the …More
Vacation time is here and you’re looking for a beautiful beach town to visit. Where should you go? You should definitely consider Avila Beach, California. Located in San Luis Obispo County this small beach town is packed with tons of fun things to see and do. Avila Beach is a great get away for you …More
When you think of Hollywood, you will most likely conjure images of celebrity stars and a larger-than-life sign. Yet, when I think of Hollywood my mind pictures emerald beaches whose sky is lit with shooting stars on warm nights. My Hollywood belongs to Florida, USA which is the northern, sister city to its more popular …More
Any visitor to Chicago must go up into the Hancock Building (rather than the Sears Tower). The views are spectacular and instead of paying an admission fee, you can sit in the Lounge and enjoy a cocktail while gazing out at the city.
Chicago from the lake Source Flickr
What do you like best about your city?
Chicago has the perfect mix. We …More
Desert Botanical Garden
Near the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. Make this your first stop after your flight into Phoenix AZ. Docents give you a fascinating overview of the Sonoran Desert ecosystem and a better understanding of this unique climate.
Second stop? Float the Salt River on inner tubes. Wear your bathing suit under your …More
Custer is one of the small towns in South Dakota that everyone should travel to and explore. It is surrounded by the Black Hills National Forest, which has many great attractions.
The main things to do in Custer include:
See the world renowned Mount Rushmore National Parkcheck out the Crazy Horse Monumentshow your outdoors man style …More
If you love history you will love Charleston, an old city that has been referred to as a living museum.
Named in honor of England’s King Charles II, Charles Town was originally founded in 1670 along the banks of what is now known as the Ashley River. In 1680 the settlement was moved to the current …More
Catalina Island is an island about one hour off the coast of California south west of Los Angeles.
The main things to do in Catalina Island include:
take an ocean tour and see dolphins, sea lions and other aquatic lifetry zip lining for those adventurers who like heightscheck out the historic Catalina Island CasinoCatalina Island Museum has great …More
When you think about Las Vegas NV, you think about all the things that the mega-resorts have to offer. However, there is so much more to do than just spend your time in a casino. Las Vegas is made up of a diverse population with amazing things to do when you get off the strip …More
Don’t worry if you’re not sure what to do while travelling to Pittsburgh.
Just because it’s not as infamous as Chicago or NYC, doesn’t mean it isn’t a fun, exciting city which is bound to take you by surprise. The truth is there’s something for just about anyone in this sports-loving, historic, nature-filled, artful Steel …More
Surrounded by colonial buildings and a sun that never relents, stands the city of Merida, Yucatan. Known as “Merida Blanca” (white Merida), the city dates back to the Spanish conquest, and to this day it carries a lot of cultural tradition and history along the streets of the city.
Either you are a …More
Welcome to Scarborough! This inner-city district of Toronto, Canada might have a reputation for a few harsh neighbourhoods here and there, but if you truly get to know this area of the fantastic, leading edge city which is Toronto, you’d be quite surprised. From top-notch restaurants to scenic walkways and amusing …More
Over the past few years, Toronto has consecutively been named as one of the top livable cities in the world and I am proud to call it my city. Though it is not as beautiful as Vancouver, not as culturally rich as Montreal, this busy Canadian city has a beauty and vibe of its own.
Indianapolis is located just about dead center in the state of Indiana. Tagged as “The Crossroads of America” due to the many highways, interstates and railroads that converge on the city, Indy is the largest U. S. city not on a navigable waterway. Now considered a major sports center, Indianapolis continues to be a vibrant …More
While it may not be on the top of the bucket list of many, the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is at turns charming and rewarding and a wonderful destination off the beaten path. There are few cities that can make the infamous Rust Belt of the United States look as beautiful, green and fresh …More
Ottawa is often cited as the second coldest capital in the world (Mongolia?s Ulaan Baatar claims the top spot), so if you can brave the sub-zero temperatures, you really should visit in winter. From January to early March the Rideau Canal opens as the world?s largest ice rink (almost 8km long) and joining the …More