Local's Guide: 10 of the Best Things to Do in Maui
What do locals do in Maui? Eat poke on the beach, grab a paniolo burger and drink some local wine, get lost in the Triangle, or wander around Haʻikū! Here's a list of some of my favorite things to do in Maui, and they're all affordable. Vegan tips included!
10 Bizarre and Interesting Places to Visit in Ohio
From Center of the World to Dave Grohl Alley, Ohio has plenty of quirky sites to visit. Add these stops to your next road trip!
The 5 Best Reasons to Visit San Clemente, California, in Fall
San Clemente, CA, is a treasure in the off-season months. With mild temperatures, amazing sunsets and smaller crowds leading to discounted prices on everything, this southern California gem is a must-go for autumn travelers.
Exploring the Mouth of the Lower Mississippi River
The Mississippi River flows into the Gulf of Mexico ninety-five miles south of New Orleans. Go by aircraft, cruise ship, fishing boat, kayak, or small pocket cruiser to experience the junction.
10 Fun and Interesting Things to Do in Weston, Vermont
Weston is one of those idyllic communities that embodies everything you imagine a quaint and charming Vermont community to be. It’s set amongst the scenic Green Mountains and provides ample opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy nature.
A Photo Tour of The Elms: Our Favorite Newport Mansion
The Elms may not get the notoriety that The Breakers gets, but it’s just as stunning and with its beautifully landscaped backyard has become our favorite Newport mansion to visit.
Pella, Iowa: Dutch Heritage, Tulip Time, and More!
From wooden shoes to windmills—including the tallest working windmill in the U.S.—there is plenty to see in the lovely Dutch town of Pella, Iowa. Enjoy specialty food and thousands of tulips each springtime.
Quigley's Castle: Fun and Historic Attraction in Eureka Springs, AR
Visitors to Quigley's Castle will walk away in wonder. Folk art rises to an entirely new level here! Plantings inside and outside of this unique residence merge with vast collections on display in unique ways.
Visiting Newport’s International Tennis Hall of Fame
The International Tennis Hall of Fame is located on the beautiful grounds of the Newport Casino and offers visitors a look back at the history of the game and its most celebrated players.
8 Ways to Have the Best Girls' Weekend in Cape May, NJ
From staying in the right neighborhood to planning a fun photoshoot, here's a list of ways to have a relaxing and low-key weekend with your girlfriends.
10 Fun Things to Do in Jacksonville, Florida
Jacksonville is a large and surprisingly varied city in northeast Florida and a great place to visit. The city has an interesting history, beaches nearby, and plenty of restaurants and theatres. This article looks at 10 fun things to do in Jacksonville.
No Kids? Hate History? A Williamsburg Vacation Can Still Be for You
This article shares information about things to do in Williamsburg and its nearby towns when you are not interested in reenactments or history.
Visiting Pike Place Market in Seattle: Throwing Fish and More
See photos and videos of this oldest operating farmer's market in the US. View fresh fruits, veggies, and flying fish. Entertainment, restaurants, etc., are here to enjoy.
The Best Hotels for a Good Walk in Las Vegas (All Indoors!)
Whenever it gets too hot to walk along the Las Vegas Strip, why not go for a walk in one of its many hotels? These are the best hotels for walking on the Strip.
50 Free Things to Do in Pittsburgh
Did you know that Pittsburgh is one of the best-kept secrets as a destination city? It's been tough shaking off its rough-and-tumble steel-producing days, but today it is a city worth visiting. And for those on a budget, Pittsburgh has plenty to do for absolutely free.
Mission San Francisco Solano in Sonoma, CA: Short Life and History
Learn much about the Spanish, then Mexican, expansion of influence in California through mission settlements. San Francisco Solano was the last of these missions, named after a saint.
Visiting Mission San Juan Capistrano: A Historic Site in San Antonio, TX
Part of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, Mission San Juan Capistrano is known for its bell tower. Part of it is in ruins. See photos and videos.
The Moraga Steps: A Hidden Tourist Attraction in San Francisco
The Moraga Steps located in the Sunset district of San Francisco are a hidden tourist attraction. This little-known site is far away from other tourist attractions and offers a beautiful view of the city and the ocean from the top.
The Great Stupa of Dharmakaya: A Buddhist Shrine in the Colorado Rockies
Information and photos of the Great Stupa Of Dharmakaya, a Buddhist shrine near Red Feather Lakes, Colorado.
All About Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Have you been to Hollywood Forever Cemetery? This is a cemetery like no other—full of burial places for loved ones, monuments to famous Hollywood actors, cultural and entertainment centers, garden beauty, classic architecture, sites on the National Register of Historic Places, and more.
Michigan Lighthouses on Lake Superior
Of all the Michigan Lighthouses, those on Lake Superior stand alone. Lake Superior is a cold, deep lake that often acts more like an ocean and has claimed more lives than any other Michigan Lake. Join me as I travel up the shipwreck coast exploring the lighthouses along the way.
Visiting the Mayan Ruins of Dzibilchaltún in Mexico
Some information and photos of Dzibilchaltún, the small Mayan archeological site on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula.
Rosenberg Arts Alliance: Enticing Public Art Benches Downtown
Thanks to the Rosenberg Arts Alliance, local artists have painted a number of outdoor benches in the historic downtown area.
Houston: Fascinating Facts and Information for Visitors
Learn about the countless things that make living in Houston or visiting this large metropolitan city worthwhile. We have an abundance of things to see and do here!
3 Historic Sites in New York That Only Locals Know About
Looking to check out some truly local New York historic spots? Explore the FDR Presidential Library and Museum on the eastern side of the state and Forest Lawn to the west are two historic NY sites worth visiting.
The Somesville Bridge, Mount Desert Island's Most Photographed Bridge
Located in the charming historic village of Somesville on Mount Desert Island, the Somesville Bridge creates a stunning reflective panorama and is one of the most photographed bridges in Maine.
Landmark Williams Water Wall in Galleria Area of Houston
One of the most photographed places in Houston is the Williams Water Wall near the Galleria Shopping Mall. Wedding photos & more are taken there.
Cornelius Nursery: A Christmas Wonderland in Houston
Cornelius Nursery in Houston is worth visiting all year long. Still, at Christmastime, the sights, sounds, and smells of the season make it a fantasyland!
Chapel of St. Basil: An Architectural Beauty in Houston
The Chapel of St. Basil is an architectural marvel designed by architect Philip Johnson in 1997 located on the University of St.Thomas campus in Houston.
Red Queen's Attic: Antique Shopper's Delight in Rosenberg, TX
Red Queen's Attic is a large family-owned antiques and collectibles store in downtown Rosenberg, TX. The wide aisles and artful displays enable fun shopping.
Telge Park: Charming Neighborhood Park With History in Cypress, Texas
Cypress Creek runs through the historic 111-acre Telge Park. A children's playground, restrooms, and a trail are in the wooded park. Learn about the history of this area here.
Visiting the Historic Washington Cemetery in Houston, Texas
Houston's historic Washington Cemetery was originally a German Cemetery. It has many beautiful gravestones, some of which date back to the 1800s.
Shady Lane Park: Shows Importance of Bayous in Houston
Shady Lane Park teaches people about the importance of bayous in the Houston area. It has nature-inspired playground equipment, a splash pad, a community center, and more.
Houston Heights World War Two Memorial: Heartfelt Tribute
The Houston Heights WWII Memorial honors all those from the Heights who served their country, both living and dead, during that war. It is a beauty!
Exploring the "Texas Legacy" Sculpture and More at the Astrodome
The "Texas Legacy" sculpture is one of many beautiful Western sculptures near Carruth Plaza, the Astrodome and NRG Stadium in Houston. See photos here.