12 Essential Things to Do in Ketchikan, Alaska

The Top 12 Things To Do In Ketchikan

Ketchikan, Alaska doesn’t have the highest mountains or the biggest glaciers. But it doesn’t need them. Ketchikan has its own unique charm. Whether you want to know more about Native Alaskan culture, explore the great outdoors, or simply soak in the art, culture, and the people, Ketchikan has plenty to offer. And what’s wonderful is … Continue Reading

20 of the Most Remarkable American Mansions

Mansions are indeed fascinating, especially to most of us who are outsiders to the opulent lifestyle they represent. But more than wealth and luxury, each of these mansions have their own unique stories and secrets; sometimes mundane and sometimes scandalous. If the mansions’ stories don’t fascinate you, their size, grandeur, and design would. In today’s … Continue Reading

Have A Wine-Filled Adventure On The CT Wine Trail

Connecticut doesn’t have a long history of winemaking, with most of the modern-day wineries across the state having been established sometime within the last 60 years. Although, there is a long and proud history of Connecticut-based winemaking to a smaller degree starting in the early 1800s. The CT Wine Trail consists of a group of … Continue Reading

Visiting the Notoriously Eccentric Gillette Castle

Connecticut is home to a number of great fairytale-like castles, but none are as peculiar or unique as Gillette Castle between East Haddam and Lyme. The stage actor and playwright, William Gillette (famous for his role as Sherlock Holmes) designed and oversaw the building of this castle himself in the early 1900s. Gillette originally named … Continue Reading

12 Must-Visit Art Museums in the US

If you enjoyed my post about Texas’ 30 best museums, I’m sure you’ll love this post showcasing the best art museums in the US. From the museum with the biggest collections, to the US museums with unique pieces you just shouldn’t miss, here are 12 of my favorite (and many other people’s favorite) museums in … Continue Reading

10 Unusual Things To Do In New York City

In 2018, New York City welcomed over 65 million tourists from all over the country and the world. The major spots and attractions that these visitors visited include Central Park, Times Square, the Empire State Building, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, and Coney Island. While you definitely need to visit these popular sites at … Continue Reading

10 Things to Do in Gettysburg on Your First Visit

When you hear Gettysburg, your mind probably goes to “Gettysburg Address” or “Battle Of Gettysburg” automatically (I know mine does). There’s no doubt that Gettysburg is steeped in history and has played a huge role in shaping the United States. But there’s more to Gettysburg than its historical role. There’s plenty of things to do … Continue Reading

Spending a Weekend at the Hermann Wine Trail

While many people tend to think of Napa Valley when you mention wine country, they’d be remiss to think it’s the best and only option for wine tours in the US. Missouri might seem like a strange location for a wine capital, but the Hermann Wine Trail (located between Hermann and Haven, Missouri) proves it … Continue Reading

The Best Things To Do In San Francisco

In the 200 years since its founding, San Francisco, California has been through a lot of changes in its culture, economy, and geology: a gold rush, a world war, the Summer of Love, the Gay Liberation Movement, the dot-com boom and crash, and multiple earthquakes and reconstructions in between. The result is a liberal city … Continue Reading