There is more to Seattle than rainy days and Starbucks! Actually, this was my first visit, and I was soaked in scorching temperatures and blue skies. No rain for me. My choice of hotel was the MarQueen Hotel in the Queen Anne neighborhood. Very cozy and I realized I could walk to lots of attractions from my hotel. Seattle is a great start location for a road trip in the Pacific Northwest,… Read More
Why visit Rhyolite? Because it’s one of the most photogenic ghost towns in the American Southwest. Rhyolite is not like most other ghost towns. People really thought this town would last into the future. During the town’s heyday between 1905 and 1912, permanent structures were built and the town turned into the most prosperous mining town in the region. The population reached 10,000 and people had everything they needed at the time…. Read More
Going on a road trip? Check out these 5 bridges. Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, Taos (New Mexico). At 650 ft above the Rio Grande, it’s the fifth highest bridge in the USA. Rio Grande Gorge is a rift valley and a stunning landscape. There’s a nice hiking trail along the rim. The bridge has appeared in several films like Natural Born Killers, Twins, Wild Hogs, and Terminator Salvation. The sad story about this bridge is the… Read More
I actually like to visit big cities, just for a few days, and I don’t mind doing all the touristy stuff. I’ve been to New York City twice, and I’ll probably come back again. This is my 2 cents on what to do in The Big Apple. People Watching. It’s practically impossible not to be among people in New York. You’ll see all types of people, so why not make it to an activity…. Read More
They fired me for traveling too much, I booked Everest Base Camp Trek the next thing!
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