Tag Archives: Summer Travel

What to Pack for New York in September

solo trip in nyc in battery park

September is a wonderful time to visit New York City. As the summer crowds dwindle and children return to school again, a traveler coming to New York City can find good deals on hotels and food. It’s easier to book dinner reservations. Not to mention, more opportunities to explore the best attractions with fewer hassles, […]

Packing Guide: What to Pack for Venice in June

what to pack for venice in june: comfortable shoes to climb stairs

Venice is one of the most popular and iconic cities in all of Italy. This magical city, sitting low on a fish-shaped island in a scenic lagoon, is the perfect European destination for a traveler to simply wander and get lost without stressing too much about his or her personal safety. After all, you are on […]

A Super Helpful Packing List for California in June

i love this dog in san francisco bay

California is one of my favorite states to explore in the United States. For example, I’ve traveled alone to San Francisco twice, and both times I loved immersing myself into this iconic city’s unique culture, neighborhoods, and culinary scene.  Furthermore, last year, I had the pleasure of spending quite a bit of time in Northern California […]

Packing Guide: What to Pack for Switzerland in August

feeling happy at schilthorn solo travel in switzerland

If you’re visiting Switzerland in August, you want to make sure you have all your packing essentials ready to go ahead of time. Obviously, you can buy anything you need in Switzerland, especially hiking gear. They have some truly amazing boutique shops that cater to outdoor adventures. So, if you truly forget something, it’s not […]

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 […]