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Best Places to Eat in Waco, Texas

If you had told me that Waco, Texas, USA was going to be a hit tourist destination when I moved there at the beginning of my freshman year at Baylor University, I would have laughed in your face. [...]

City of Stars: Traveling to Los Angeles

Whether it’s your first found article on a topic of ‘must know + must do when traveling to LA’, or another one of a zillion you have already gone through, it’s just the very one that keeps [...]

Salvador Dali's Museum is So Surreal

This past weekend, I was trying to think of things I haven’t experienced yet in my current city: Tampa, Florida. Florida seems to be a popular destination for people visiting the USA, but most [...]

West Virginia – Wild and Wonderful

“Where are the skyscrapers, neon signs and Macdonalds? This is the USA!” It was my first thought when I arrived in West Virginia. Instead of everything “that is supposed to be in America” there [...]

Julian: A One Day Getaway

I am lucky to call San Diego my home. It is a beautiful city with an infinite number of unique places to explore. But every once in a while, I feel the need for a change of scenery. Yesterday was [...]

The Locals Guide to Big Sur, California

Big Sur is nestled on the California Coast and is a hidden gem on the West Coast of the United States. I grew up in California and anytime I met travelers I pointed them in the direction of [...]

Maine: Spring Vacation in Bar Harbor

Where To Go And What To See If you have a few days to spare and live somewhere in New England, take a drive and visit Bar Harbor, Maine in the United States. It offers three distinct vacation [...]

Visit Tri Cities, Tennessee!

In the United States, people often consider places like Los Angeles, New Orleans, or Atlanta to take trips to, but have you ever considered a quiet, laid-back vacation? If you are into that sort [...]

Best view of Manhattan

When you visit United States, would be a dream visit New York, so probably you wanna have the best view of Manhattan in a nice place. Somewhere, where you can drink some coffee, a beer or just [...]

Texas as a traveling destination

Out of many states – why choosing Texas? Being an exchange student in the United States is a chance not only to be fully immersed in the American college life but also to travel around the [...]

7 Reasons to Love San Francisco

Being born and raised somewhere can make you take a lot of things for granted. You might only look at the negatives or see things and think that they’ll always be there. I’m from San Francisco, [...]

Living In Biloxi, Mississippi

I was born in Hawaii which is one of the most beautiful places in the world.  I was ever so lucky because my dad was in the Air Force and stationed at Hickam Air Force Base at that time.  My mom, [...]

Drive The Turnagain Arm Alaska

Scenic Drives Down Turnagain Arm I live in Anchorage, Alaska USA and one of the scenic drives that I never get tired of is following Seward Highway along the Turnagain Arm. When I first heard [...]

Spots to visit while in Los Angeles

The city of Los Angeles is known for many famous tourists spots throughout the globe. The Hollywood sign, Disneyland California, Beverly Hills, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, just to name a few. [...]

Park City, USA: Summertime

  Welcome to Park City, Utah, well known for all of the ski and snowboarding resorts that it has to offer throughout the winter. Park City is located just 30 minutes south of Salt Lake City [...]

Chicago: The Magnificent Mile

 What is The Magnificent Mile The Magnificent Mile, as its name implies, is truly a magnificent sight to behold. Its title is used to describe a North and South 13 block strip on Michigan Avenue [...]

A Day in New York City

Off to the Melting Pot I can’t sleep the night before my trip to the bustling city of New York or “The Empire City” because of too much excitement. It was my first trip to the United [...]

New York: A Highlights Guide

New York City: Top 5 Highlights Guide A Brief Introduction: Planning your first trip to New York City can be intimidating. New York is a sprawling concrete jungle, and with so much to see and do [...]

Orlando Theme Park Adventure!

  Orlando, FL in the United States might as well be described as the happiest place on earth. It’s the perfect family vacation year-round giving you a myriad of options for every single day [...]

5 Tips For Your Trip To NYC

There is a reason Frank Sinatra once sang about New York, United States; It’s a destination in it’s own rights. NYC is jam packed with things to do, places to go, and people to see. [...]

New York: A city trip in winter

  A hotspot on its own. One of the most popular cities in the world and the dream of many. With iconic sights featured in numerous movies and often heralded in many songs, you’ll feel [...]

Hollywood Beach Florida : A Must See

As we winded our way deeper into downtown Hollywood Florida, USA in our rental car, we could sense the beach was becoming nearer. It’s something in the air, not visible, like another sense, a [...]

This is San Francisco

If you are going to San Francisco be sure to wear some flowers in your hair, or a coat if you’re planning on going in winter, truth is, San Francisco has something to offer for everyone, [...]

Colorado: The Best of Both Worlds

If there’s one thing I learned about Colorado, it’s that you can find all types of scenery. Especially in the transition from Winter to Spring, where the snow has melted away in the [...]

Best things to do in Oahu Hawaii

Oh, Oahu! For those who haven’t been, it truly is a spectacular Island of Hawaii, United States. When people think of Oahu or Honolulu, they seem to think of Waikiki beach… however, [...]

A Perfect NYC Sunday

This past summer, I visited New York city (my all time favorite in the United States) for a couple of weeks, and like everyone I asked for recommendations on where to go, what to do, what to eat… [...]

Living True in Denver Colorado

Denver Colorado, a beautiful city in the USA is a place I once called home. Though I no longer live there, the memories I have will remain timeless. As a resident I lived the lifestyle of a [...]

Vail: A Snow Village

Vail Village’s Magic There is a magical village hidden between the snowy mountains of Colorado in the United States, a place that every Skier must visit at least once. Vacations should [...]

What and where to go in New York: part 1

The Big Apple, the City that Never Sleeps, the Melting Pot, or however you wanna call it, New York is always a good idea. New York it is by far one of the most amazing cities I’ve ever been [...]

Kauai, HI – The Garden Isle

This year, I celebrated my 20th birthday in paradise on the island of Kauai, Hawaii in the United States. 24 hours of travel later from South Florida landed me in a magical land that boasts a [...]

A week in New York City

New York City, U.S.A, is a city like no other. All of the movies in the world cannot prepare you for what it will be like, and yet one visit prepares you for all of the movies you’ll ever [...]

Living in New York City

It’s my first visit to the United States of America and Living in New York has caused me to develop a love hate relationship. One minute I am crazy in love, the next I am crying a river. I [...]

Visiting Jazz Town

The trip to the south of USA was not planned in advance and was more of a spur-of-the-moment decision, however, as at usually happens, this kind of decisions can lead to the most memorable [...]

New York City: An Outsider

Arrival I arrived on a Saturday evening, fresh off a plane from Paris. I was unsure what to do first. I had to unpack, buy toiletries, get myself a sim card, a subway card… I had never been [...]

Ybor City: Where Culture Meets Tampa

Whenever Tampa is brought up into conversation, you will always hear the same question: “Have you been to Ybor City?” I moved to the Tampa Bay area about 3 and a half years ago, and I [...]

Road trip in West America

A hands-on guidebook for an unforgettable, family road trip. The United States extend over 9 833 517 km² (11760787996830yd²) and include a multitude of cultures and landscapes. For one month, my [...]

A Guide to New York City

One of the world’s most famous cities also known as the big apple, the city that never sleeps or as Alicia Keys once sang, “the concrete jungle where dreams are made of”. Ah [...]

Halloween in New York City

HALLOWEEN IN GOTHAM CITY   The pumpkin season has just started and that means that one of the biggest parties of the year is just around the corner… You’re right… HALLOWEEN IS COMING [...]

Big Apple in 24 hours

I used to be a flight attendant and I traveled the world many times. Even though we stayed on different destinations for short period of time, it was still a lot of time if you knew how to [...]

United States National Park Road Trip

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been enamored with National Parks in and around the US, and the opportunities they offer to experience nature face to face. This summer, I took the [...]

Welcome to Miami

I fell in love with Miami Beach. Let’s go to Miami End of 2010 two of my friends said: “Girl let’s go to Miami” I was like: “Ok let’s do it” I thought [...]

Keep Austin Weird

When you think of Texas, you probably think of a sprawling desert that’s nearly half the size of Europe, cowboys, horses and tumble weeds. This image doesn’t really put the lone star [...]

Tacoma, Washington: A City Reborn

Tacoma: Washington’s Underappreciated Gem I’ve traveled extensively all through the Pacific Northwest, and as far as I’m concerned, there is not a city anywhere in this corner [...]

US: City Hopping by Train

If you think about traveling through the USA, do you think about doing it by train? Not a lot of people I think. But we wanted to do something different and not follow the worn out path other [...]

How to road trip through California!

I recently traveled from Los Angeles to Mt. Shasta in the United States and had the most incredible journey. From the funky beach vibes of Venice beach, to the majestic redwoods of Big Sur and [...]

“NYC: The City That Never Sleeps”

Start spreading the news… I dare to assure everyone has seen or heard about New York City in Hollywood movies, legendary songs and even famous music videos even though they have never been to the [...]

California – some real places to see

Last summer I decided it was time to get to know California. After all I was raised watching Baywatch and following surf stars and filling my head with “Surf in USA” ideals. Anyway, I knew I [...]

Manhattan on a shoestring.

A little bit about New York. New York city, one of the most remarkable capitals of the World, can be a very expensive place. Obviously, the heart of the city, Manhattan, is not an exemption. But [...]

USA: Big Sur, the iconic Roadtrip

Roadtrip Day 1 The beginning: It’s the best way to travel. You make your own schedules, you decide where and when to go, you can stop wherever you like and you will certainly see things you [...]

North Shore Oahu: Living the Aloha spirit

The Aloha Spirit The associations between Hawaii and paradise are more than common, and honestly, they are not quite wrong. Is hard not to feel like you’ve gone to heaven when you are surrounded [...]

Maine: Canoeing the Saint Croix River

One of the most incredible trips I ever had, so far, is leading a canoe trip in the Saint Croix River for 6 days. Set up camp, chose and carried the food, selected the gear and equipment, traced [...]

Hawaii – The spirit of “Aloha”

You know what, solo travelling definitely is something every girl should do before they turn 30. At 24, I am determined and brave enough to travel from Sydney to Hawaii, America – the world’s [...]

New Orleans: Welcome to City Park

From the outside, New Orleans Louisiana, in the United States, seems like your typical concrete jungle. Roadways and railways intersect the city in a way that can lead to confusion. Tall [...]

Boston: a city that will enchant you.

  Everyone that visits United States of America for the first time should keep in mind that as a tourist you will never have enough of it. There is too much to discover, experience and it [...]

Miami Vice: One of the best cities!

MIAMI VICE Miami, the adult playground where no matter what season of the year, it is always a good idea to go. Read a book or have a nice relaxing time at the edge of the beach, I woke up in a [...]

Utah: Arches National Park

  Anticipation Balancing precariously between boredom and restlessness, I curiously peeked out from the passenger seat into the grey wilderness that surrounded the highway at 7am. I was [...]

California: Whiskeytown Lake

Imagine a hammock, a slight breeze and a view to die for. Trees, water creeks and the hot Californian summer air. Yes, dear friends, this is Whiskeytown Lake. The past 10 months I lived [...]

Ashland: Just a hole in the wall

What does Ashland have to offer you? Cliche small towns in the United States, from the movies always pull at our hearts. We naturally wonder- do these places really exist? The high school [...]

Winter in San Francisco

On 29th of December 2015 I took an airplane that carried me to the farthest place I’ve ever been and it embraced myself to my first trip alone for 10.250 km. After almost 15 hours of flying and [...]

Maui, Still Beautiful in the Rain

Hello, Mr Sunshine? I arrived in Maui, Hawaii in America expecting warming sunshine rays to envelop me but instead I was hit with buckets of rain, then fierce tunnels of wind, then more rain. [...]

Ithaca is Gorges

“Ithaca is gorges.”  It is not a typo.  If you have been to this haven of culture in the middle of cow country, you will have seen this logo on the back of at least a dozen cars [...]

Wild Horses at Waipio Valley, Hawaii

USA: Wild Horses at Waipio  There I was in the middle of the Big Island, Hawaii visiting a childhood friend named Kelsey in her new home of Hanokaa. The first thing that struck me after the [...]

Hawaii: The Top of Mauna Kea

USA: Mauna Kea, Hawaii While in Hawaii last year, I was lucky enough to be able to make the drive up Mauna Kea. It is the tallest mountain in Hawaii, nestled in the middle of the Big Island. It [...]

Wild Florida

Alligators! Alligators! When you think of Florida wilderness, you think alligators. Florida is famous for its Everglades, a vast tract of wetland at the southern tip of the state. It is an area [...]

Austin: Your summer destination

Even if you’re visiting Texas for the first time, you’re probably already acquainted with its reputation for being rather warm in the summer. While it’s not the hottest place on earth, or even in [...]

Vegas: Featuring Albert the balloon hat

As we flew over the dazzling city in the dessert our eyes glistened with excitement as we crammed our faces so hard against the window our noses turned up like little piggies. I’ve always [...]

The Big Island: Two Step Beach

Situated next to the historical Pu’uhonua O Honaunau National Park, Honaunau Bay, or Two Step Beach, is a popular destination for tourists and locals, alike. Whether you are a snorkeler, stand up [...]

Colorado, USA: Rocky Mountain High

 Colorado, USA: Rocky Mountain High Let’s face it my fellow Coloradoans. We have become the “cannabis state”. The perpetual response of “Aye, Colorado! Where you can smoke that kind bud, right?” [...]

Farmers Markets of the Hudson Valley USA

Topics included in this article: Growth of farmers markets in the Hudson Valley Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Hudson Valley USA: Many farmers are not organic Local chefs jumping on board [...]


Last month my husband and I took a flight to Las Vegas, NV (U.S.) I asked for the window seat so I wouldn’t miss the landscapes. When our flight was getting near to the city we got to see a [...]

The Grand Canyon

No amount of photos or words will ever do justice to this magnificent landmark, because it is, as its name suggests, the grandest of all canyons. There is no doubt as to why it is one of the [...]

Little Known Treasure: Lawrence, Kansas

 Hello Travel Enthusiasts!   I am writing today about a little known town in Kansas named Lawrence. It’s a beautiful little town with many small businesses to keep its occupants, well, [...]

Ithaca, a Quiet Gem in Upstate New York

Might be Just a Bit Enamored But Prepare Yourself The first time I saw Ithaca, New York, it was through the backseat of my Mom’s Ford at the start my senior year of high school, desperately [...]

NYC : Roosevelt Island

  New York City is arguably one of the most traveled to cities in the world, and definitely one of the most traveled to cities in the United States. Living in NYC for 22 years one could say [...]

Peeling Open Los Angeles

Peeling Open Los Angeles By Cayla Penenberg  Mapping Los Angeles In N Out, Paru’s, and Mashty Malone’s.  What do these three eateries have in common?  They are all restaurants and [...]

Camping like an American

Camping like an American Summer 2015, more especially July 9th I was the US more specifically in Las Vegas to visit my best friend (who I actually meet in Paris in 2014 – but that’s [...]

Oakland…not Auckland

    Welcome to OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA! Yes. That’s right…Oakland…located in the Golden State of the United States of America, where the mainland’s western most [...]

Oklahoma: Tulsa, An Underrated City

Let’s face it, when you think about traveling to fun and exciting places, Tulsa Oklahoma is not on many peoples radar. Suggest it as the destination for your next family vacation and [...]


You’ve done it. You’re here in Sin city; the only problem is you’re on borrowed time. For anyone that only has a couple of days in Las Vegas this article is for you, here is a [...]

How To: Thanksgiving in New York

Ah, New York. Concrete jungle where dreams are made of, there’s nothing you can’t do – unless of course you find yourself landing in the City either intentionally or [...]

Affordable Austin

Exploring the Texas Capitol on a Budget Accommodation and Getting Around The only thing that isn’t necessarily bigger in Texas is the cost of public transport. The bus fare from the airport [...]