Thanksgiving is a time of year when families and friends come together to celebrate, give thanks, and indulge in a decadent feast. While the Turkey Day gathering is cherished by many, the holiday also presents a perfect time to escape the familiar and embark on an adventure to explore some amazing places.
Few if any of us will have the privilege of visiting all 394 National Park properties. With time and budget limitations visiting all is unrealistic for most, but which ones should make the list of ‘must-see’ parks? If we were to make a “bucket list” of national parks to see before we leave this earth, which National Parks should be on the list?
Whether you are more interested in playing golf, catching a race, sitting on the beach, or visiting some great museums, Daytona Beach can serve you. Daytona Beach is home to many great things to do, and you will never be bored when you are spending your time in Daytona.
Nestled in the stunning Sierra Mountains lies a jewel called Lake Tahoe. The largest alpine lake in the United States, it sinks to over 1600 feet at its deepest point. Sparkling and mysterious, Lake Tahoe provides a beautiful backdrop for locals and visitors alike.
Honolulu is located in the center of the Pacific and is home to one of the most popular stretches of beach in the world. While every visitor and resident is certain to spend a fair amount of time relaxing and enjoying the crystalline waters, it is easy to forget that there is so much more to do in Honolulu!
Baltimore, Maryland is a popular city to visit in the USA with its beautiful harbour area, cruise ships for the adventures into the Atlantic City and beyond, But with Little Italy, Zoos and some fantastic Historical places to visit there are reasons to visit and stay there.
With Atlanta being one of the largest metropolitan cities in the south, thousands flock to the city every year for vacation getaways, as well as business trips. And for those that have had a chance to see the Coca Cola Museum, King Center, Margaret Mitchell House and Underground Atlanta, it’s time to see the non-tourist attractions where the Hotlantans play.
Columbus is a hugely historical city and is one of the first settlements in the county, but the modern-day city is full of variety from Zoos, to sporting events, there’s History and different cultures to embrace. There’s plenty to do in this unique American city, let’s look at some.
There are good reasons why 37 million people a year come to see what Las Vegas has to offer, making this glittery city one of the most visited in the world. While gambling is undoubtedly Las Vegas’ trademark, one should never doubt that there are many other things to do and see while visiting this neon-lit city. Here is a billboard of the best ten.
Cleveland rocks, and that’s not just according to (Cleveland native) Drew Carey. There’s so much to do here, all year, that most first-time visitors want to lengthen their stay, or at least, plan to return. Here, the ten top attractions in Cleveland.
The city of Houston is the largest in the state of Texas and the fourth most populous metropolis in the United States. Its leading cultural institutions are a great place that offers a variety of educational and recreational activities and fun things to do that are open to the public throughout the year and are completely free of charge.
A visit to Kentucky can be filled with fun things. A splash of local history mixed with a little bit of bluegrass music and a few country roads makes visiting this state one of the most popular things to do.