Feasting in the Capital
When the news refers to the US in a nickname, they call it “Washington”. Not “New York”, where the stock exchange is. Not “Los Angeles” or “Las Vegas”. Washington, despite falling below the rest in tourist popularity, remains the seat of the nation’s power. And this is
There is so much to love about Philadelphia. This gem of the northeast is a home to several iconic American
Revolution landmarks. Aside for its picturesque landscape and rich cultural history, the city is also known for its
historic farmers market which seemingly enthralls both seasoned locals and amateur tourists who are
Boston a city known for its brainy students, old historical sites, sports fans, the “T”, outstanding food and fantastic neighborhoods.
Here are the places you should see in Boston:
Beacon Hill maybe a bit intimidating for most as it is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the area. However, try
Walking on the streets of New York always feel magical especially for tourists, for how can a foreign land feel so familiar and yet you have never seen anything like it either.
Whatever reason you are here, you’ve never really seen anything until you have visited some of these iconic spots:
Central Park is the first park in America and its beautiful landscapes made it one of the most photographed and filmed place in the city.
When in New York, make sure you visit these top places in Central Park:
This is the location of the grand Bethesda Fountain or more locally
Coney Island is a New York City conglomerate amusement park that has been around for ages. If you want to get to Coney Island, you can take the train to Stillwell Avenue, take the bus, hop on Express Bus from Manhattan, or drive a car to the lot at West
Finally -- A Real Art House Where You Can Eat
The past few years has seen an increase in the number of “art houses” that also double as “food houses”. However, there’s a problem with most of them. It appears that for the most part, they are just restaurants outfitted with