The Grand Canyon is, without a doubt, one of the most iconic images in the United States. Our popular culture references Grand Canyon National Park over and over in books, movies, and television shows. Meanwhile, in traditional travel media, promotional trips to the United States are often include sleek images of the canyon’s famous (and […]
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Updated: 17 March 2023 Planning first time solo female travel is overwhelming even if you feel super excited at the same time. To tell you the truth, I still vividly remember my first solo trip to Scotland. My flight was delayed due to thunderstorms. I already hate flying. Let me tell you … listening to […]
Savannah’s charm, diverse food scene, great tourism infrastructure, and walkable historic center, all make it a perfect city for a short weekend escape. No doubt about it, Savannah is now one of my favorite cities in the United States. It’s a special destination. Why else do I love Savannah so much? Well. It’s a pure […]
Updated: March 2023 As a traveler, I frequently mention that NYC is my “Soul City.” I understand that New York is not for everyone. It’s massive, crowded, stressful, expensive, and at times, unfeeling. However, in my opinion, there is truly no other city like New York, and no matter what the future brings, NYC will […]
In Arizona, Scottsdale is a popular desert city that’s known for its ritzy golf courses, luxurious resorts, vibrant nightlife, and endless spa treatments. Furthermore, Scottsdale is also one of the most popular cities for bachelorette parties. Only Nashville hosts more bachelorette parties in the USA! In nearby Tempe, Arizona State University fuels Scottsdale’s youthful and […]