There is plenty of “good” begging to be explored in this sprawling city, Europe’s largest with around 13 million people. Just don’t expect friendly people.
While Hollywood might be more famous, the movie and TV business in Culver City California might be even home to more movies that its famous cousin.
Parks in New York City are plentiful, believe it or not, there are over 1,600 parks and gardens within New York’s five boroughs.
Rough mountainous terrain of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands anpart of Spain, for hiking and exploring. A guide to local outdoor sports to enjoy in Tenerife
A tour of 100 miles of Rte A1A in northeast Florida, starting with Jacksonville, then St. Augustine, then Daytona Beach. Where to eat, stay, and relax.
Asbury Park New Jersey, once a down and out city, see a resurgence with musical venues like The Stone Pony and Paramount Theater bringing the crowds back.
Two new historic hotels that were recently renovated and upgraded: The St. Anthony and the Hotel Emma, in San Antonio, Texas.
Initially founded as a Mission in 1724, the eclectic Mexican village of Todos Santos is Baja Mexico’s version of a fledgling Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Long Beach California. It’s a secret out here–low rents, gorgeous waterfront, great opportunities for jobs. Long Beach is happening!
Champing, or camping in a church, is becoming more popular in Europe. An experience staying in one of the 12 churches in England open to campers.
A visit and photo gallery of a visit to William Randolf Hearst’s mansion, Hearst Castle, in San Simeon, California, touring Hearst Castle in California.
Traveling by sampan down the Mekong River to the Mekong Marketplace and Cai Be Floating Market for groceries, and then to a cooking school in the Delta.
Vermont is a beautiful, green state with an abundance of scenery, biking trails, arts destinations, craft breweries, restaurants, and so much more.
From Couchsurfing to riding bicycles and walking, there are a lot of ways to travel the world for free. Teaching English and working abroad too.
Antigua and Barbuda is a country in the Caribbean’s Leewards where you can snorkel, ride horses on one of 365 beaches. Antigua wasn’t damaged in Irma.