United States Archive

24 Hours in Los Angeles

So you’ve landed at LAX but your next flight doesn’t leave until the next day. While it may be tempting to simply stay at the airport until your flight arrives, 24 hours is a long layover. With Los Angeles being as large as it is, a full day is evidently not enough ...Read More

4 Beautiful Festivals You Can Enjoy in New Orleans This Year

If you are a festival hunter like me, then you probably spend a lot time travelling the globe for the next entertaining jamboree to attend. From the colourful Hindi festivals in India to Asia’s Dragon-themed galas, I can boast of having attended some raving events around the world. You should increase your ...Read More

Portland’s Culinary Offering for the Hipster Traveller

The hipster culture has swept across the United States, even claiming a few states for its own. But it doesn’t stop there. The movement has spread to Europe, instilling among its following a penchant for coffee, bicycle riding, and well-tailored plaid apparel. If you are a vegan hipster hoping to connect with ...Read More

NYC Trip Planning Checklist: 8 Tips to Help You Make Your New York Vacation Amazing

Are you getting ready for a big trip to New York City? Well, you’ve probably got a lot on your plate as you make travel arrangements, book your accommodations, and get all your luggage packed. To help make the entire process a little easier, we’ve put together a New York City planning ...Read More

An Epic Coastal Cruise: San Francisco to Malibu – An unforgettable drive along California’s spectacular coast

From the wild coastline of Northern California to Malibu beaches lined by celebrity homes, a drive along California’s iconic Highway 1 is one for the bucket list. Take a few days to savor this legendary road trip, also known as the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH). Head south from San Francisco on twisting ...Read More

Hawaii: Exploring the islands on a budget

Hawaii on a budget may seem impossible, but with some clever planning and a little help it is within reach of the budget traveler. ...Read More

Travel destinations for the summer

As the economy is reviving steadily, the days of low cost airfares and hotel fares will soon end. Airfares rose 22 per cent over last year, same story with hotels throughout the world. The travel industry is also getting back up, and while this is a good thing, this will no more ...Read More

Mauna Lani Resort

The natural beauty of Hawaii is all around you at the Mauna Lani Resort on the Big Island of Hawaii. This 3200-acre resort, along the uncrowded shoreline of the Kohala Coast, has just 350 rooms and pampers its guests with a combination of Hawaiian history, hospitality, and understated luxury. ...Read More

Florida Keys Accommodations

The Florida Keys are host to a huge number of travelers from all over the United States and all over the world in a year. The beaches here form a good part of the appeal, and the pulsating nightlife does the rest. There are a huge number of hotels and resorts that ...Read More

Top attractions in Detroit

Detroit is such a big city. I have listed a few must visit attractions to help you during your stay. While in Detroit you may choose one place to park and then you can take Detroit’s people mover to get you around the city. The people mover circles around Detroit one way ...Read More

Hiking in Sequoia National Park

First established in 1890, Sequoia National Park is one of the oldest national parks in the United States. Before the end of the 19th century logging of the massive Sequoia trees, the largest trees in the world, was commonplace. Once the uniqueness and importance of these grand trees was recognized, steps were ...Read More

Hot air ballooning in California

One recent Friday afternoon we began a great adventure. We searched the Internet for “wine country ballooning,” and came up with the name of a company in the California Wine Country. Just after lunch, we departed San Francisco and arrived at our destination a pleasant four hour drive later. After checking into ...Read More

Luxury resorts in Arizona

Revered for its national parks and golf courses, Arizona has become very popular with Avant Garde travelers, the rich and famous, and vacationers. People go to Arizona to celebrate the finer things in life and it’s easy in this southwestern landscape. Everywhere you turn there is a resort calling your name and ...Read More

Salishan Resort

Oregon’s craggy Pacific coast is marked by large rock formations, crashing surf, coastal sand dunes, and rows of thriving grape vines. It’s a magical place, notable for its hazy mornings, and crisp, clear sunsets. Seafood abounds, with novices and experienced fisherman alike reaping the plentiful oyster, clam, and mussel harvest. From December ...Read More

Summer camps for kids in Maine

There are some very interesting summer camps for kids in Maine, the state is so hauntingly beautiful. Some are strenuous activity camps and others specialize a bit. The ones I reviewed I found quite fascinating. ...Read More

North Carolina haunted tours

North Carolina has a little bit of everything when it comes to haunted places, from churches to schools this state has it all. While there isn’t enough time to list all those places in one article, here are a few of my favorite ones. ...Read More

Vermont Teddy Bear factory tours

The Vermont Teddy Bear factory is located in Shelburne, VT – less than ten miles South of Burlington – and it is a great family destination to visit while traveling through the New England region. ...Read More

Chicago architectural boat tours

If you really want to see another side of Chicago, a must is a trip on the Chicago First Lady boat cruise. There are other boats and architectural boat tours that are just as informative and entertaining. The one that I experienced was the one put on by the Chicago Architecture Foundation. ...Read More

Seattle ghost tour

If you’re visiting Seattle and you’re looking for a tour of a different sort, consider taking one of Seattle’s Ghost Tours. These tours immerse visitors with some of the darker bits of the city’s history and bring to life the struggle and turmoil that many past residents have gone through to make ...Read More

Cheap hotels in Austin Texas

The city of Austin, the capital city of Texas, sits in the central region of the state. Austin is known as the “live music capital of the world,” as it draws millions of people who come to enjoy live music entertainment. This city has a vast array of tourist attractions which include ...Read More