america

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

  • Linda Acevedo
    Published a day ago
    DC

    DC

    In this episode I am driving to see my grandson after his second heart surgery and he’s only 6 months old. Hearing of his serious heart condition and watching my son and his wife go through such a terrible circumstance, I realized, I had to do better. I didn’t feel that where I was in life was where my family needed me to be. I was on a journey to discover who I was and what I needed in life.
  • Ken Jacobsen Jr
    Published 6 days ago
    Huron Mountains Adventure, Michigan's Upper Peninsula

    Huron Mountains Adventure, Michigan's Upper Peninsula

    I explored the Huron Mountains of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in late September a couple years ago. I drove my Jeep Wrangler in a 200-mile loop that started and ended in Marquette Michigan while stopping to do several day hikes. The northern section of this route from Eagle Mine to Lake Roland below Mount Arvon is forest service roads/trails. I wouldn't recommend trying it without a high clearance 4-wheel drive and a good GPS.
  • Olivia Picton
    Published 23 days ago
    Honeymooning in Portland

    Honeymooning in Portland

    The wedding days are behind you. The dresses, tuxes, the flowers are all gone. Now, you have had the party for all your friends and family. Now it is the time for you two alone. Nice dinners, time outdoors, dancing those are some of the top things that people think of when the word honeymoon is mentioned. The two ingredients to a perfect honeymoon is the correct destination and the importance of romance. Show your lady or your man just how truly romantic you can be. Pull out all the stops while on your honeymoon. Enjoy your time with just your significant other and unwind in the amazing city of Portland. After all, Portland is the home for love. Honeymoon is the very first thing you do as a married couple, so you want to be sure to start your marriage out on the perfect foot.
  • Olivia Picton
    Published 29 days ago
    Reasons to Move to Texas

    Reasons to Move to Texas

    If you are looking for somewhere that will save you money, but also has a variety of features to offer, Texas may be the best option to consider. Here are some of the reasons why Texas is one of the most desirable places to live in all of the United States.
  • Chloe Short
    Published about a month ago
    Top Five Places In New York City

    Top Five Places In New York City

    New York City. A place of dazzling lights, bright-eyed open dreams and home to the world of possibility. All these cliche sayings are so true through. I must say on the two occasions of my travels that have brought me across the seas from Australia to this bejewelled part of the world has never fallen short of my expectations.
  • Rob H
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Things to Do in Miami This Winter

    5 Things to Do in Miami This Winter

    The freezing Winter season is only just beginning in Europe. Cold, depressing, dark nights…
  • Dennis McKonkie
    Published 2 months ago
    Vacationing Guide to St. George, Utah

    Vacationing Guide to St. George, Utah

    If you are looking for somewhere unconventional to travel, you may want to consider St. George, Utah. St. George has so much to offer, and at a lower price tag than similar destinations, you will be able to do much more with your money. Here are some tips for taking a trip to St. George.
  • Nicole "ChaseThePen" Sanchez
    Published 2 months ago
    A Day in Asheville:

    A Day in Asheville:

    I had heard wonderful things about Asheville, North Carolina, but figured the hype couldn’t match the reality. A trio of us took a day trip to the Land of the Sky and I could not have been more thrilled. Of course, we chose what was possibly one of the worst days, but that did not dampen our enjoyment. Last week, they got their first sprinkling of snow and we happily drove past plenty of snow crusted vehicles on our trip up. Nestled among the Blue Ridge mountains with two rivers, Asheville is vibrantly picturesque.
  • Dennis McKonkie
    Published 2 months ago
    Why Everyone Should Travel to Texas at Least Once

    Why Everyone Should Travel to Texas at Least Once

    Texas has outsized experiences for pretty much anyone. From unique art installations to natural parks, desserts to mountains, and ranching to space exploration, there is something to see no matter what type of vacation you prefer. Here are 10 of the top attractions in the Lone Star State that you don't want to miss.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 2 months ago
    The Most Visited City Parks in the United States

    The Most Visited City Parks in the United States

    Most of the major cities in the United States have their great tourist attraction buildings like museums and zoos located in city parks. These are the most visited city parks in the United States on a yearly basis.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 2 months ago
    The 10 Most Visited Parks in New York City

    The 10 Most Visited Parks in New York City

    The most visited parks in New York City based upon the average number of visitors on a yearly basis. The most visited park in New York City is also the most visited city park in the United States, and all of these most visited parks in New York City rank in the top 50 most visited city parks in the country.
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published 3 months ago
    8 Reasons You Will Fall in Love with Virginia

    8 Reasons You Will Fall in Love with Virginia

    Set in the center of the East Coast of the United States, Virginia is said to be within a few hours from just about 50 percent of the population. With a long and rich history, the high education and greater-than-average employment rate draw people from around the globe to live in both the pristine countryside, and the exciting metropolitan culture of Virginia. Whether you are looking for somewhere central to live, or just thinking about relocating to the East Coast, here are eight reasons you will fall in love with Virginia.