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 […]
Singapore is often described as a three-day city, as most people hit the few main sites and think there isn’t anything else to see. While the city didn’t scream exciting, crazy, or action-packed to me, you could easily spend a week in Singapore and still find a lot to do. Here’s what I recommend.
Philadelphia is an eclectic, historic, and quite interesting city and is home to the Constitutional Convention, the World Series-winning Phillies, swing state voters, and greasy cheese steaks. One of the best aspects about the city of brotherly love is the history – you can’t walk anywhere without tripping over it.
Manuel Antonio is located on Costa Rica’s west coast and draws in tourists with its beaches, bars, and monkey-filled national park. Though just a little beach resort, Manuel Antonio has grown steadily more touristy over the years. Much of the reason for this is because the city sits next to Manual Antonio National Park. This […]
Each Saturday for the last three months, I’ve been highlighting different cities from around the world. Each time, I have nothing but praise for all these places. But I’m constantly asked if I like every place I visit, because it sure seems that way. Well, I don’t. Generally, I try to find something good about […]
The birthplace of the Bard, Stratford Upon Avon is a mecca for Shakespeare enthusiasts. Tourists descend on this city in hordes during the summer months, and everywhere I went there were lots of people. The city doesn’t have much to offer besides its Shakespearean past, though. Outside the historic area, it’s just another English city. […]