I thought for this edition of the Saturday City, we’d do something a bit different. Instead of one city, let’s talk about ten. Ten great cities to party in. As travelers, we have nothing but time on the road and, at night when the sightseeing is over, we usually spend that time going out and […]
Taipei is the capital of Taiwan and is a great city. Taipei has a lot to do and while I wouldn’t live there again, I would certainly go back to visit. The city to have a lot of open and green space, and to be very clean. If you find yourself in Taipei and are looking for some things to do, check out these 9 tourist and non-tourist activities to occupy your time.
D.C. is an interesting place. The city is a mix of wealth and poverty. While the members of Congress and those who attend to them spend lots of money, much of the city is quite poor and very dangerous. However, mixed in with that is a big student population that keeps the city lively, tons of tourists visiting from all over the world, and a huge amount of museums and historic sites to visit. Here’s how to spend a day in Washington D.C.
Sydney is the biggest city in Australia and worth the hype it gets. It’s breathtaking – the kind of city that makes you go: “Wow!” I only had a little bit of time here at the tail-end of my 18-month tour of the world, but I was seriously impressed. I was able to cover a lot of ground in a little time and I share what I saw in this post.
Venice is a city for couples. As a single traveler backpacking Venice, I didn’t really enjoy Venice all that much. It was fun to wander the streets but I really wanted to be there with someone. It had romantic appeal and, as an expensive city, it was difficult to not spend a lot here. That […]
Bordeaux is wonderful. It’s about a 5-hour train ride from Paris and one that takes you through the amazing French countryside. If you love wine, food, and architecture, Bordeaux is a place you should visit on your next trip to France. In this post, I give you suggestions on how to spend your time.