Last Updated: Monday, August 19, 2019The Hamptons (NY) is a wealthy area New York, east of New York City. The area is where wealthy New Yorkers have their second homes to escape the city. The Hamptons is packed with top end end resturants, shops and hotels and well worth a visit. How far is The […]
Last Updated: Monday, December 17, 2018 The great city of Philadelphia was founded in 1682 by William Penn to serve as the capital of Pennsylvania. It briefly became the capital of the United States while Washington DC was being built. It’s one of America’s oldest and most historically important cities, instrumental in the American Revolution […]
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Last Updated: Friday, November 17, 2017 California is the third largest state and the most populous of any in America. This western coastal region is a major draw for domestic and overseas tourists and has seen visitor numbers peak at 251 million in recent years. The Golden State excites, interests and amazes in equal measure […]
Last Updated: Friday, December 28, 2018 Further to our guide to skydiving in Europe, we wanted to create a mini series for sky diving in each continent, as we position our travel blog to the ‘adventure travel’ readers. Next up is the best locations for sky diving in the USA.
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 18, 2016 Anaheim is the most populous city of Orange County in the metropolitan area of Los Angeles, California. A $5 billion regeneration programme has reinvented the city’s heart as the Anaheim Resort district, a stunning 1,100 – acre urban facility that makes the city a must-go-to tourist destination. Big travel […]
Last Updated: Thursday, May 12, 2016 Located in the mountain region of western North Carolina, Cold Mountain is the forth highest mountain in the eastern USA. Cold Mountain is one of the Great Balsam Mountains, a subrange of the Blue Ridge Mountains that form part of the Appalachian Mountain Chain. Originally owned by George Washington […]