Located in central Manhattan, a borough of New York City, lies the famous symbol of New York City, Times Square. Times Square, or sometimes called, “The Crosswalks of the World”, is a historical intersection located at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue. The intersection seems to be constantly flooded with waves of hurried business women and men weaving their ways through traffic jams and rush hours; street performers glittering the city’s energy with magic tricks and live symphonies of authentic music talent. [Read more…]
Yellowstone National Park is a treasure indeed, and you visit for so many activities. You may have to make reservations much earlier if you’re going to visit during summer, mainly because there may be many vacationers who are raring to experience great outdoors. Additionally, have a clear idea of what exactly you wish to do in here, particularly because you will be competing with so many people for activities. [Read more…]
The Golden Grade Bridge is one of the longest suspension bridges which connect Marin County of San Francisco to the Northern point of the San Francisco Peninsula. This suspension bridge connects U.S. Route 101 and California Route 1. The American Society of Civil Engineers has declared Golden gate as one of the Wonders of the Modern World. It is one of best architectural specimen of the United States. Its orange vermilion color with matching lights gives a golden look during the night. [Read more…]
The journey to the Statue of Liberty- A perfect combination for those who love the islands as well as monuments!
The French call it ‘La Liberté éclairant le monde’, which also means Enlightening the world with peace and harmony. A few things to know about this historical French sculptor: [Read more…]
How about stepping into a watery world?
“Some places bless you with the most wonderful memories that you cherish all your life!”
There can be nothing better than visiting an island with your true love. Mesmerizing shades of water, palm trees, excellent seafood and golden rays of the sun, are some of the things that you get to enjoy when you are next to a large water body. If you have cities connected to the beach, brighter and better! [Read more…]
This great tourist spot, Yosemite National Park, tends to be located at 195 miles from San Francisco city or 315 miles from Los Angeles city. It was first protected within the year 1864 and this National Park is popular majorly due to its awe-inspiring waterfalls and the fact that only within the 1200 miles square, one could make his way into deep valleys, ancient and historic giant Sequoias, wilderness areas that spread to as far as the eyes could see and grand meadows. [Read more…]
Sunset Beach is one of the best beach in Oahu, Hawaii. The highlight of the beach is that it is a wonderful surfing mecca which is not to be missed when around or while exploring Waimea Bay and the Banzai Pipeline. Hawaii has been the favorite traveler destination and still wins many hearts when it comes to perfect enjoyment and vacationing and the sunset beach too is one of the destinations one must definitely visit when in Hawaii. It is fun, lively, breathtakingly beautiful and completely worth having a holiday at. [Read more…]
Nature exhibits its beauty in a wonderful manner at Niagara Falls. This can be the best time to visit this beautiful American tourist spot for any adventurer and natural lover. It is the oldest and one of the most popular national parks of the U.S. [Read more…]
Visitors from around the globe stop at Alaska, during the winter to have a look at the magical display of the flamboyant stripes of light, that party in the dark sky in the night. It is worth getting up in the middle of the night to experience this enchanted moment. [Read more…]
The Death Valley National Park is situated in eastern California. This place has a diversity of attractions with bright colors all around. The area of this park is 150 miles in length and 60 miles in breadth. Death Valley National Park has dried sea bed, dirt roads, silky sand dunes, geological wonders, castle, ghost towns, canyons and much more. [Read more…]