Located in the beautiful Riviera Maya in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, Experiencias Xcaret offers the best parks, activities, and tours in Cancun and the whole of the Riviera Maya. It attracts tons of visitors from both Playa del Carmen and Cancun on a daily basis, and millions of visitors from around the world each year. Continue reading “Guide to the Best Ecopark in Mexico – Xcaret”
When it comes to travel around the USA, there is such a range of places to choose from. The locations have some similarities, but you will find new things to see and do in each one of them. One of the states that certainly is worth a look is Colorado. The terrain is varied with the countryside, mountains, and great city locations. So there really is something for everyone there. If you have never been before, here are a few reasons why you should visit. Continue reading “Visit Colorado: Why There is Something For Everyone”
Oregon has so much to offer whether you like trying out new restaurants, exploring the outdoors, or hanging out at the beach.
If you are thinking about taking a spring vacation, or planning on a summer or fall getaway, Oregon is a great place to visit! With so many unique places to stay, I’m here to make planning your stay a smooth process. I have gathered a few unique and affordable places for you to stay in Portland, Deer Island, Astoria, Seaside and Cannon Beach. Continue reading “Unique Places To Stay in Oregon From the Coast to the City”
The Jardine Juniper Trail, an 11 mile (roundtrip) hike, leads you to the oldest living tree in Utah, a popular landmark of the Logan Canyon. The age of this Rocky Mountain juniper tree (hence the name of the trail) is estimated at over 1500 and up to 3000 years old, depending on the source.
The trail is used for hiking, mountain biking, trail running, and horseback riding, and it offers great views of the Logan Canyon, the Cottonwood Canyon, and the Bear Lake Valley. It also has beautiful meadows, wildflowers, and fir and aspen groves. The colours in the fall are breathtaking too. Continue reading “Hiking The Jardine Juniper Trail in Logan Canyon, Utah”
Hill Air Force Base opened its gates to the public on June 25th and 26th, 2016 to showcase an event that promised and delivered excitement, pride, precision, and breathtaking flying. During this event called Warriors Over The Wasatch, crowds were witnesses of awe inspiring presentations by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, the U.S. Army Golden Knights, the Breitling Jet Team and many other amazing civilian aerial performers with many hours of experience in the field. Continue reading “2016 Utah Air Show at the Hill Air Force Base”
Sometimes the best hikes are the unplanned ones. We didn’t know what we were going to do when we decided to drive to Tony Grove lake last weekend. We didn’t even know if it would be accesible because the last three times we tried it was blocked by snow. But we got there and found three trail options. We followed the White Pine Lake Trail and it was wonderful. One of the most beautiful and peaceful ones I’ve done (until I got hangry, that is). Continue reading “Hiking The White Pine Lake Trail in Logan Canyon, Utah”
This post was originally published on IHG’s blog.
The Empire State Building, Top of the Rock, One World Trade Center… all of them offer exceptional views of NYC, but only with some major trade-offs. You could wait hours in line just to reach the top, and the cost of admission is as sky-high as the observation deck. Plus, you’ll find the same exact views in every tour guide and on about half of all NYC postcards. Visiting New York City is breath taking, make sure you are getting the most out of your trip whether your hotel is within walking distance to Times Square or discovering more unique places off the beaten path. Continue reading “Unique Places to View NYC’s Skyline”