Posts Tagged“USA”

If you’re an avid ski enthusiast, one of the best destinations for you is Colorado. Whether or not you’re looking for slopes meant for beginners or some geared towards professional level skiers, you’ll find exactly what suits your needs. In addition to a scenic skiing experience, Colorado has so much more to offer. Come check out the trendy restaurant and bar scene, top-of-the-line shopping opportunities, and natural landmarks that bring tourists from all over the world. Glenwood Springs Just like much of Colorado, Glendwood Springs has an amazing ski scene that will have you never wanting to head home. One…

Vegetarian Desitnation

Food is one one of the most enjoyable pleasures of travel, just because you don’t eat meat doesn’t mean you should be left out! Here of some of the best places for vegetarians to travel. A vegetarian diet can be a healthier choice for you and the environment so why not consider them when planning your next foodie destination. Portland, United States The Pacific Northwest Hipster gem of Portland is at the cutting edge of all the trends and food is no different. Portland chefs were among the first to promote the farm to table movement, with the emphasis on the farm. Their…

Some people believe that the Midwestern United States doesn’t have much to offer. But this is definitely not the case, especially for people traveling to Missouri. This state is home to some fun cities, historical landmarks, and even natural scenery that cannot be surpassed. When planning your vacation to the Show Me State, check out Missouri’s top boutique hotels for a fun experience that won’t leave you penniless. Saint Louis The city of St. Louis has a rich historical background that will make your trip fun-filled but also educational and informative. Before heading to any of the city’s historical sites, you’ll…

Being the largest chunk of land in all of the United States, you’d expect Texas to be filled with fun things to do for everyone. And you’d be right. When you visit Texas this December, you’ll be sure to stay entertained. And the best part? Texas stays warm all year round, so you won’t need to worry about bundling up or staying out of the cold during your visit. Each of these five cities have sites and attractions that appeal to everyone, so start packing now! Irving Some of the top spots in Irving, Texas are the National Scouting Museum,…

Wisconsin’s largest city, Milwaukee is a place where you’ll want to do some sightseeing. The only problem? Extremely cold temperatures and an abundance of snowfall are fairly common in the wintertime. But don’t let this limit you in any way – pack a warm pair of snow boots, fuzzy socks, a coat that can withstand the cold, and all other winter necessities that will help you brave the weather. After your long day in the cold, you can bundle up by the fire in one of these cozy Milwaukee hotels. Gear Up for Football in Green Bay Fans of the Green…