Did you know Generation Z (born 1997-2012) and millennials (born 1981-1996) are the largest and most diverse generations in history? That’s why it’s hard to fit into a box all their unique values and lifestyles. But one thing these two generations have in common is the destinations they dream of visiting one day. If […]
It’s common sense that what’s truly local is probably far from the usual touristic spots. And maybe – like us – you’re looking for that amazing authentic gem. Or perhaps you’re just looking to avoid the crowds because – let’s face it -they just make it that much harder to take a good picture. In […]
Living in Orlando, I pass Universal’s fake volcano several times a week and don’t give it much thought. It’s the main attraction of the Volcano Bay Water Park, and it was a significant addition to the unique views you see driving down the highways of this giant theme park of a city. However, it wasn’t […]
Blending in with the locals is probably one of the most authentic ways to enjoy your trip and nothing like using their public transportation to see what that looks like. Taking a bus, subway, or train with the city people will help you understand their behavior, culture better, besides finding some very cool places you […]
TL;DR 1. Your next destination doesn’t have to be a big urban metropolis. 2. There are plenty of awesome small towns to visit in the country. 3. It’s great for couples, families, or to just simply relax and enjoy the view. As soon as traveling makes a comeback, not everybody will book accommodations in some […]
TL;DR You need to know why you want to travel. What’s your intention? You need to know when you want to travel. In which season? You need to know for how long you want to stay away. Full vacation? Just a long weekend? Vaccination is spreading its way across American and we are […]
TL;DR Save for it! As soon as you start thinking about traveling, start saving too. Think about how you want to get there, if you need to buy flight/bus tickets then the earlier the buy the cheaper you’ll pay. Pack light, you don’t need your full wardrobe during vacation.
TL;DR Your first trip will be to your also vaccinated friend or family’s house, but only 2 weeks after your final shot. We will be able to travel first in our country, then probably to Europe first. We will still need masks because the vaccine is not a guarantee we can’t transmit the virus.
By Steve Haberlin When planning a vacation with the kids in mind, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of or visited the popular U.S. destinations: Orlando, San Diego, Washington, D.C., New York City. But there is a “whole another world” out there of affordable, family friendly cities, which can offer memorable experiences. Here are some […]