Even if you’re a true-blue New Yorker or a born-and-bred Bostonian, there are some things that you can’t find on the East Coast — and we’re not just talking about warmer temperatures. We’ve rounded up some of the tastiest places to grab a bite on the left coast for the next time you find yourself in the mood for a burger and fries.
Some of the most magnificent skylines in the world are located right here in the USA! Drone video footage replayed on the Internet is certainly compelling, but there is nothing that can replace the awe-inspiring views captured from one’s own eyes. From the Grand Canyon to the Big Apple, observation decks across the nation allow tourists to glean firsthand insights into just how magnificent the world around them can be. Below we have detailed our favorite observation decks in America:
It seems as if the best hidden gems sits conveniently right outside a major entertainment hub, and the City of Discovery is no different. This historic southern city is just ten minutes away from the busier city Biloxi, just a couple of miles across from the Biloxi Bay Bridge. Whether you’re looking for a charming southern city or just want a day away from the casino, Ocean Springs is a welcomed getaway.
There are plenty of apps out there that make traveling easier. From currency converters to language translators, from offline maps to simple ways to score cheap airfare. But there are also many apps on the market that want to make traveling FUN. Below are a sampling of some that turn exploring new places into games, where participants can win points (that may or may not matter), prizes, and above all, memorable experiences.
While coffee might be America’s hot beverage of choice, there’s no denying that tea certainly has its place. This is especially true in the south, where tea is enjoyed both hot as well as refreshing cold and sweetened. When visiting a historic city like Charleston, why not see southern tea grown fresh? The Charleston Tea Plantation has acres of tea fields to tour from the convenience of a trolley, as well as an on-site tea factory.
Even though the rent keeps rising in San Francisco, there are a surprising amount of free things to see and do while you visit. This historic city has many hidden gems, and it’s hard to beat all the ways you can save when you visit. Be sure to see these local landmarks, free of charge.