While I love traveling the world, sometimes I miss the little things that make America unique and special. It’s not that I want to move back to America. I still love moving around the world and experiencing new things, but there’s a lot I think America does better than other places: Shopping Hours – I […]
Chicago left an impression on me the first time I visited and I was happy to explore it again. In this post, I share my experience as well as some great sites you shouldn’t miss.
During my visits back to the US, I always try to take a trip down to New York City. Only four hours from Boston, New York’s a great place to visit for many reasons. Many of my friends live there, so it’s a good chance to catch up, and there’s always good food to eat, […]
I really love Washington D.C. There are people from all over the world, making the city very eclectic, diverse, and a foodie’s dream. But Washington DC is not a cheap city. Meals, hotels, transportation, parking—they all add up to a lot of money. Luckily, there are many great free things to do in the city for the budget traveler.
For Thanksgiving, we commemorate brotherhood and the coming together of the Pilgrims and Native Americans, and remember the first Thanksgiving with its turkey, corn, gravy, pumpkin pie, and all those other goodies… or so the myth goes. But the real Thanksgiving was very different than what we imagine. Find out what really happened on this day.
Today is October 31st, and it’s Halloween—one of my favorite holidays of the year. Around the globe (mostly in North America and Europe), children are going door to door trick-or-treating, and adults are getting ready for a party or two. It’s a day for everyone to be a kid, dress up in costumes, and cut […]