Visiting North America
The Red Barn Museum - History of the Mount Washington Auto Road
The Red Barn Museum showcases over 150 years of history of the Mount Washington Auto Road. Since its creation in the mid-19th century, visitors have had a fascination with going to the summit of the northeast’s highest peak.
Dream Destination New York City: A Photo Essay
Some places in the World, you dream of visiting one day. NewYork city is one of them, and my long time wish to visit this wonderful place was fulfilled recently. It’s not easy to capture it’s magnificence in photos, but I have tried. Here is a brief account of my 2 days memorable NYC trip.
Now Is the Best Time for That Epic Trip to the Grand Canyon
If you would like to visit the Grand Canyon, but want to avoid the huge summer crowds, there is no better time to go. Visitors to the park are way down compared to previous years, and the busy season has ended.
Puerto Vallarta - Can You Love A Place You Have Never Been To?
Are there cities/places you fell in love with before ever traveling to? Places that you just had a gut feeling were right for you?
5 Facts About Rochester, the Third-Largest City in New York State
Rochester, once a prosperous industrial and cultural center, the third-largest city in New York state, and the seat of Monroe county. It is situated at the falls of the Genesee River near Lake Ontario, between Buffalo and Syracuse, 260 miles (420 km) northwest of New York City.
How Does Minnesota Make Its Money? Its Five Biggest Industries
The state's economy has different sectors. In the north, mining and tourism are the biggest contributors to income. The region surrounding Minneapolis and St. Paul is a major industrial and commercial area. Directly to the west of the Twin Cities is the state's largest agricultural area.
The History of Greenland: From Inuit Migration, World War II, to Kvanefjeld
Between 4000 B.C. and A.D. 1000, Greenland's Inuit migrated there from North America. Between 980 and 985, Norse settlers led by Eric the Red established a colony. The settlement ceased to exist in about 1400 because of increasingly severe winters and trade problems.
Wisconsin: 6 Famous Places, Unique Attractions, Natural Wonders, and Historic Sites
Wisconsin takes its name from an Ojibwa word meaning “gathering of the waters.” It is a fitting name: Wisconsin borders on two of the Great Lakes: Michigan and Superior. The Mississippi River forms the state's western boundary.
9 Things That Make Rhode Island a Great Cultural State
Rhode Island ranks 43rd in population among the 50 states, with 1,097,379 people, according to the 2020 U.S. census. There are about 1,061 people per square mile (410 per square kilometer). Rhode Island is the second-most-densely populated state.
7 Best Things to See, Enjoy, and Learn in Austin, Texas
Austin, a city in south-central Texas, is the state capital and the seat of Travis county. It is situated on the Colorado River, 75 miles (121 km) northeast of San Antonio. Austin, a city in south-central Texas, is the state capital and the seat of Travis county.
The Rich Culture of Montana, from Their People to Their Powwows
Montana is a large state with a small population. In most years, the population has grown slowly. According to the 2020 census, the population of the state was 1,084,225. Montana ranks 44th in population among the 50 states.
9 Things You Don’t Know About Detroit, Michigan
Detroit was founded in 1701 by the French official Antoine de la Mothe, sieur de Cadillac. Originally a fur-trading post, it was named Fort Pontchartrain du Détroit. The word détroit is French for "the narrow place," or strait.
What You Need to Know About West Sacramento, California
The article discusses things you need to know about West Sacramento
What You Need to Know About Shingle Springs, California
The article discusses things you need to know about Shingle Springs, California
What You Need to Know About San Carlos, California
The article gives a comprehensive discussion on things you need to know about San Carlos, California
Niagara Falls on a Budget With Kids (U.S. Side Only)
Niagara Falls, trip tips, itinerary, schedule, children's books, budget ideas, with kids, other nearby attractions
Top 5 Most Popular Dessert Places in Portland, Oregon
Who can resist the tastiest desserts in Portland?
Top 5 Most Popular Dessert Places in Phoenix, Arizona
The best dessert restaurants in Phoenix, Arizona, according to popular reviews.
Top 5 Most Popular Dessert Places in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Satisfy that sweet tooth craving with this list of the best dessert places in Oklahoma City.
Top 5 Most Popular Dessert Places in San Antonio, Texas
You can find the best dessert spots in San Antonio, Texas, you just have to know where to look.
I Will Never Stay at the Stratosphere Again
I was looking forward to a great night on the Strip then a relaxing stay at the Strat Hotel. However, due to a fake emergency at 3 am, that didn't happen and the staff at this hotel were clueless and didn't even inform the guests of what was going on and if the hotel was safe to enter again.
A Photo Tour of the Saratoga Springs Parks
Saratoga Springs is a city of 30,000 people in upstate New York (Wikipedia Contributors, may 6, 2022) There are two beautiful parks in Saratoga; Congress park downtown, and Saratoga State park less than a mile outside the city.
Henrietta, New York is not a borough of New York City!
The reason I say that is because when I was traveling on the road with my family, most kids, and a lot of adults, thought this was so. As soon as you said New York, you could see in their eyes the high rise buildings, traffic, glamour and even the perceived danger...
Living the Life in Florida
Maybe, like myself, you dreamed of relocating to Florida but never had the nerve or ability to do it. Transplanting is difficult. Of course, researching a place online is valuable and you can find out many things, but it is always good to talk to a native, whether a recent native or long time.
Christmas Time Is the Best Time to Visit New York City
Christmas time is the best time to visit New York City because there are a lot of things to see. At Rockefeller Center, there's a huge Christmas tree plus ice skating and projections show. You can see the Macy's and Saks Fifth Avenue window displays and meet Santa. Also, Central Park is beautiful.