america

Travel from sea to shining sea; by car or by plane, there's plenty to see in the good ole US of A.

Hannah Buller2 days ago
Growing Up in Minnesota
I am an aspiring artist from a small town called Chaska, Minnesota who is reaching for new and brighter experiences. This is my adventure that took me from a trapped bubble to an overwhelming sight of...
6 Destinations From a Native Floridian You Have to Visit
If you're ever down in the Sunshine State, don't forget to give these awesome locations a gander!
Julie Ott6 days ago
Best Things to Do in Maine/NH
Here are a few things to do while in Southern Maine/ Northern NH (yes, they require hopping states if you are in one or the other, but the drive isn't too much.)
Bong Studly12 days ago
Alexandria, LA: One of America's Most Romantic Getaways
When most people (especially us Americans) think of romantic vacation getaways, places like the Bahamas, Paris, London, Napa Valley, Las Vegas, Venice, or maybe even Sydney are some of the more common...
Jerrica 16 days ago
Culture Shock in My Own Country
After spending about three years living abroad in South Korea, moving back to Massachusetts was easier than I expected. I mean, of course it was strange at first. I could understand the conversations ...
A Clem17 days ago
From London to New York: What I Learnt From a Week in the Big Apple
For my 23rd birthday, I was lucky enough to go to New York for a week - and it was one of the best weeks of my life. Growing up I’ve always dreamt of travelling through the US, going to as many states...
Sean Callaghan20 days ago
Disney's Hollywood Studios
For 90 years now, Mickey Mouse has been Mickey Mouse. The major branding element of the original Walt Disney Productions and everything that has followed: animated films, movie features, television sh...
Epcot
“To reach out and touch tomorrow, take the future in our hands…” if you know where this line comes from, it means that you know which Disney theme park I am referring to. EXACTLY! IT’S EPCOT. I rememb...
Christiana Dizona month ago
6,000 Miles
Guam is a small island. It consists of 210 square miles, approximately 170,000 people, and most importantly, my family. Guam is my home, culture, the place I knew everything about. We grew up a day ah...
New York, New York
For me, foreign travel has always been a contentious issue at the best of times but it seems more so now than ever before, what with complex international relationships right across the world develop...
Rachael Howarda month ago
The Adventures of Cream Pop
Hi, my name is Cream Pop! I am two inches tall, and I love going on adventures with my people. Their names are not important because this one is about me. Mom calls me a diva, but I think it's more of...
Ossiana Tepfenhart2 months ago
Most Extreme Places to Camp in America
Camping is one of those activities that basically requires you to be somewhat rugged. A person who isn't willing to deal with a bug bite or a little mud will not fare well in a campground setting—even...
Benjamin Pla2 months ago
A Traveler's Guide to Washington DC
The capital of the United States, traveling to and in it, can be a daunting task. You may have questions about what to do, what's a ripoff, and how to not waste your day in a museum. Firstly, do not g...
Becky Stanway2 months ago
Visiting New York City
I was lucky enough to travel to New York in September for my 21st birthday but while I was there, there were a few things that I wish someone had told me, so here I am, telling you lot! Now bearing in...
Jovelle Avancena2 months ago
Best West Coast Vacations
West coast vacations may be peaceful or exciting, spent pampered like a princess in the center of a metropolis or living as one with nature. They can be a weekend or a month long, though you may not b...
Lizzie Moore2 months ago
Not Having an Agenda Is OK
I have spent the first and only 20 years of my life in Texas. Sure, it's a wonderfully big state with lots to do, but I never saw its true beauty like I did when I went to the state of Colorado. I did...
Rene Noel2 months ago
The Boring City
You'd think I loved St. Louis Missouri if you listened to me talk about how much I hate it. Or you'd probably think I was from this exotic and intriguing area, like Hawaii, or something. No, so techni...
Sarah Wingfield2 months ago
Washing Away the City
I had just taken a breath after graduating college. The week after I took my last undergraduate exam, we ran away to New Mexico. I am an artist and my partner is an artist—the desert towns which serve...