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The National Mall is the open green space between the U.S. Capitol and the Washington Monument . Four rows of elm trees line either side that are in front of the Smithsonian Museums , East and ...
Written by Hudson, USA, April 2012
If you’ve ever been to San Francisco and chanced upon a day where the sun broke through the clouds and it became one of those days where you just had to get outside, you’ve probably wanted to head ...
Written by Viator, July 2012
Visiting Amish country from New York City is one of the largest reversals of environment possible found anywhere along the eastern seaboard. There aren’t many places where you can find yourself ...
Written by Hudson, USA, May 2012
One highlight to any trip to New Orleans is the French Quarter .
It’s here you’ll find the dancers, the French Market, the bars, the
old, rich cultural center of one of America’s oldest cities. ...
Written by Hudson, USA, September 2012
is known for many things, and one of them is for being a hotspot of
trendy fashion. Surely you’ve heard of Rodeo Boulevard and Melrose
Place. These hotspots are really only the tip ...
If you’ve made your way down south and are exploring the gorgeous and cheap avenues of New Orleans ,
you’ve likely been directed to spend some of your time exploring
Magazine Street. This winding ...
Those visiting Orlando, Florida, with an interest in art may want to check out the Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts. Located in nearby Eatonville, the museum pays homage to Florida ...
Written by Washington DC Expert:Vera, USA, September 2011
Yes, things do seem to be winding down in Washington
for the season (How can you tell? Because I’ve gotten a chance to write
again!), but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. I actually think ...
Written by Hudson, USA, February 2012
Seattle’s Georgetown has, for a while now, been off the traveler’s list of quirky, cultural Seattle hotspots due to a recessed economy and something of an edgy feel to its main boulevards. Well, ...
For those traveling to Atlanta, Georgia, you’ll most likely be using public transportation to get around the city. While many locals find it difficult to get to places like work and the grocery store ...
Written by Balti-most, USA, September 2010
Marfa is a small artist community in the Texas Big Bend area. It is 3+ hours from the nearest commercial airport (Midland/Odessa!) and 6+ hours from major cities like Austin or San Antonio - but is ...
The historic capital city of Boston has much to offer those looking for romance. With it’s charming cobblestone sidewalks, ambient restaurants and well-manicured parks, couples will find themselves ...
Written by Katie H, February 2013
Chicago, like most major cities, offers a wealth of options for things to do, whether you’re traveling with kids or looking to spend time with someone special. If you’re looking for romantic things ...
Found yourself in San Diego ? Had a chance to explore a bit of the Gaslamp Quarter
and looking to steep yourself in a little more of the charm and history
of this great coastal city? Consider ...
Written by Hudson, USA, October 2012
San Francisco ,
it has been noted, is a city known for being high atop most lists. A
city of seven hills, a city surrounded by the bay, a city as
cosmopolitan and nuanced as America as a whole, ...
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