Craving a grand adventure, one that won’t make you pay $100+ just to get in, only to be surrounded by thousands of other sweaty people, all spending half of the day waiting in long lines (I’m talking about you, Disneyland)? That doesn’t seem like much of an escape, or any adventure I’d want to partake in.
So why not take the road less frequented, head outside of town, and immerse yourself in an unfamiliar wilderness. The western United States is wild and full of rare beauty that should be witnessed. Below are a few of my top destinations for that adventurous spirit of yours.
World War II historical sites in Alaska
Alaska is the most northern US state, and just like New York has become a part of the American dream. Many travelers are not aware however of the important role Alaska played during World War II. We offer you a short list of the places that are worth exploring and are some of the most important historical sites in the state, thanks to the World War II.
Ah, summer… There’s something about the bright sunshine and warm weather that makes you want to pack up your car and head out onto the open road. If you need another reason, the classic road trip comedy, Vacation, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. So, you may want to take a cue from the Griswolds and plan one of your own!
While the idea of spending countless hours in a car might strike fear in your heart, it’s an adventurous way to get up close and personal with the wondrous, natural beauty of North America. When you’re ready to veer off-road to recharge and refresh your batteries, make a pit stop at one of the many B&Bs near these famous byways before mapping out your next excursion:
Most travelers to Alaska find themselves flying in or out of Anchorage or as a stop on a cruise ship itinerary. Here’s how to plan One Unforgettable Day in Anchorage Alaska. Anchorage is the largest city in Alaska, with over 290k residents. The city is a wonderful mix of a bustling downtown city scene and [...]
Disney is definitely on the move and spreading their magic to new places. Here are some new Disney offerings to put on your watch list. With Disney now boasting 4 cruise ships, the Mouse is definitely out and about! Disney Cruise Line is bringing their cruise ships to new home ports all across the United States.
When you think about visiting Alaska one of the first images that comes to mind is the annual salmon run and the spectacular fishing opportunities. Most travelers however enter the state by cruise ship and never experience Alaska’s premier fishing grounds and lodges. Princess Cruise Line is changing that for 2011 with a cruise itinerary [...]
You’ll need these money saving tips while on board your next cruise because we all know the cruise reservation price is just the beginning! The cruise lines are hoping you’ll spend twice your initial expenditure on fine wines, pool side drinks, shore excursions, at the gift shop and in the casino. It’s all about finding [...]
What pops to mind when you think of Alaska? Bears – black, brown and white, dramatic snow peaked mountains, glacial lakes, eagles soaring overhead, puffins happily bobbing in the waves? All these images and more make Alaska a ‘once in a lifetime’ destination on everyone’s must do list. Experiences vary greatly depending on whether you [...]