A lot of people have said to me they hate Vegas or they never want to go. “I don’t gamble, it’s overpriced,” yah de yada. The excuses are a plenty, all because Vegas is portrayed through the glitz, glamour and party atmosphere of the Strip. Those people are just focused on the negatives. There is so much more to Vegas than just a long stretch of road full of hotels, casinos and restaurants. Don’t let this aspect of the city keep you away, that would be a mistake.
Las Vegas is almost synonymous with the Strip, but there’s plenty to do in the city that doesn’t involve casinos and gambling. On both of my visits to Vegas, I’ve tried to break away from the glitz, glam, see something new and something different.
I’ve wanted to visit the idyllic oceanfront city that is Santa Monica with its long beach ever since watching the hit series Baywatch as a kid.
Griffith Park Observatory is one of L.A’s greatest cultural attractions and best of all it’s admission free!
The second largest city in the United States, this place is home to virtually all the big time movie stars. Full of wannabe actors, musicians and surfers a like. It’s a place you’re either gonna love or hate.
One of the most beautiful coastlines anywhere in the world and should be on everyone’s bucket list.
A mile or so just outside Dartmouth lies Old Mill Creek, below a steep sided wooded valley and home to the working Old Mill Boatyard.
During our time in San Francisco there was always one monument that unmistakably stands out in the city’s skyline. On our last day we ventured up Telegraph Hill to Coit Tower.
Famous for its steepness with eight hairpin turns and for some reason we chose to walk up the thing or should i say climb?
I’d heard the Palace of Fine Arts is one of the city’s most photographed sights featured in numerous film and TV productions and as soon as you get near it you can see why.