A guide to 5 of my favourite history museums in New York, all well worth a visit if you’re in the Big Apple.
When visiting NYC, it’s nice to get a bit off the tourist track of Midtown and discover other areas this amazing city has to offer. The Lower East Side felt special, full of history, culture and great food – read on to find out more.
If you’re visiting Washington for more than a couple of days, then you might want to explore beyond the main attractions of the National Mall. Here is my guide to the top 5 things to do slightly further afield.
A guide to spending 2 days in Washington DC to take in all of the sights in the National Mall area, including monuments, museums and the Capitol building.
An itinerary for 3 days in Atlanta – a city with such rich history and vibrant present. From civil rights, to civil war, from street art to Coca Cola, Atlanta has so much to offer. Read on to find out more.
Chattanooga is constantly voted one of the best places to live in the USA and I can see why – from amazing nature to a vibrant Downtown – it really is a place worthy of a spot on the USA bucket list.
Do you want to experience a bathtub of gin? What about playing golf over the Hudson River? Or even an epic brunch followed by a stroll through outdoor art pieces with views of the New York skyline? If so, then artsy Chelsea could be for you. Read on to find out more.
If you’re a first time visitor to New York, the choices of what to do can be overwhelming. This post gives a great first time visitor itinerary with a core 2 days and recommended extensions if you have longer in this incredible city.
2 days in Music City – long enough for concerts, Ice Hockey and historical buildings, but not as long as I’d have liked.