america

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

Fabia Scali-Warner11 hours ago
Grand Canyon West and the Skywalk
Guano Point looks almost unreal in its theatrical beauty. As the sun started its descent over the streaked plateaus of the Grand Canyon, and tourists shuddered in the stinging cold, I couldn't help li...
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James St.Vincent11 hours ago
Something Transcendental
Growing up in eastern Massachusetts, it was a given I should run into the deeply historical roots buried here beneath the soil of modern life. The faces of great writers and patriots decorated my view...
A Beautiful Place
Do you like to travel? If you are anything like me, then that answer is yes. I have always liked to be outdoors, even as a child. Growing up, it was unlikely to find me inside, even at night. I absolu...
Self-Discovery
It feels as if it was yesterday when I was a senior in high school; it was the last opportunity for everyone to use “senioritis” as a lame excuse to procrastinate. A year and a half earlier my mother ...
Alyssa Shifflett15 days ago
New Hope Pennsylvania
Everyone has wondered at one point or another, be it when you were little, or even now, what it would be like to walk down a street that had so much beauty in its natural surroundings that it could be...
Stef Charles 23 days ago
Up and Coming Camps at Burning Man
Upon arriving at the gates of Burning Man, if it’s your first time or your twentieth you’ll always be greeted the same: “Welcome home!” For first timers this will be the moment to get out of your vehi...
Sean Callaghana month ago
Disney California Adventure
Disney's California Adventure might not be the worst entertainment idea ever to come out of the Golden State—after all, someone thought it was a good idea to make a feature film about emojis, but it v...
Patrick Bonifacea month ago
Albany
It seems strange to most natives of the greater New York State that tourists only seem to flock to New York City when so much else is still on offer. A fine example is the state capital, Albany. With ...
Lester, WA
October 2016 was an odd month for me. I got married on the 14th, and was promptly wisked away on a Washington road trip of abandonded cities and their ruins. As my husband and I had noticed, most of t...
Nathan Esmea month ago
Why You Should Move to Kensington, Brooklyn
When I moved to Kensington, Brooklyn five years ago, almost everybody I knew was like "Kensi-whatnow?" But after a couple of years, I definitely know now what I sort of knew then: Kensington is the be...
Faye Mansfielda month ago
Why I Love Boston!
It was in the late 90's that I first visited Boston; that's Boston Massachusetts not Boston Lincolnshire. It was a short stop on my way to the mountains on a skiing trip. There was something about the...
Megan Myersa month ago
Living Near the Mountains
Traveling is a passion of mine. When I visit a new location whether it is a new city, state, or country I always try to do something new. I am adventurous; I will try anything, at least once. My new a...
Yannick Taylora month ago
6 Clothing Optional Beaches
There is nothing like fun in the sun. Anytime that one travels, fun in the sun, enjoying nature, and just relaxing is a must. Relaxation and fun in the sun is even better when you have options and can...
Teresa Hulla month ago
10 Things to Do Your First Time in Chicago
So, you’re planning a visit to Chicago and you’ve never been there before. You’re wondering what you should see and do. Should you visit the classic tourist attractions or should you look for some mor...
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Sam Wilson2 months ago
Most Charming Route 66 Tourist Attractions Worth Seeing
Nat King Cole famously sang "get your kicks on Route 66" and this has never been truer as I attempt to rundown the best Route 66 tourist attractions around. The road itself runs from Chicago to Los An...
Lilli Adams2 months ago
Our Tennessee Trip
We decided to take our first a trip to Tennessee. It was during the eclipse, and since they said that Nashville was one the best places to see it we thought why not go? We had planned the trip about t...
Brandon Glandt2 months ago
Hawaii
Here we were, stranded on a deserted beach. The only way out of here was to hike twelve miles to the nearest road, kayak six miles over ten-foot swells, or wait for the Coast Guard to pick you up. But...
Sean Callaghan2 months ago
Decline of a Dream
Walt referred to this dream project as EPCOT, for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow.