Category Archives: North America

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11 Best Things to Do Alone in Madison WI Right Now

Note: Destination Madison kindly invited me on a 3 day press trip in exchange for coverage. As always, all opinions are my own, and it’s my number one priority to tell my readers a truthful and candid experience.  As a solo traveler, I purposely seek out destinations that make me feel warm, comfortable, and safe. Now, that […]

Free (And Fun!) Things to do in the Financial District NYC

visiting nyc in march on a sunny afternoon

When visitors think of New York City, many people minds’ immediately jump to the area known as Midtown. Midtown is home of the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, Times Square, and many more iconic tourist attractions. However, in order to experience everything this city has to offer, I highly recommend visiting other Manhattan neighborhoods […]

Seattle Summer Packing List: A Complete Guide

seattle's skyline is a stunner

As a tremendous fan of grunge music, I’ve always been intrigued by beautiful Washington State. Not to sound like a stereotype, but Nirvana helped me survive both high school and college’s emotional rollercoasters. The lyrics and guitar spoke to me. Unsurprisingly, when I had a chance to visit the MoPop (Museum of Pop Culture), I was […]

What to Pack for New York in March

lower east side charm

You’re eagerly planning a vacation to good ol’ New York, New York, but when do you decide to go? New York is lovely all the time, of course. However, eventually, your research shows that New York City is crowded in summer and Christmas, and since your vacation time is flexible, you decide to keep looking. […]

3 days in Banff: A Weekend in the Canadian Rockies

3 days in banff seeing the sky

Banff National Park is one of the most stunning places I’ve ever been in my life. Sometimes I look at my pictures, and have a had time believing the scenery isn’t photoshopped. I truly think Banff is the most beautiful national park on the planet.  Don’t overlook Canada if you’re planning a summer (or even winter) trip. […]