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.
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.
San Francisco Known for culture, music, diversity, and picturesque views throughout the city. It is also one of the most expensive cities to live in the US, so here are a few tips to help you see the sights without denting that wallet to much!
A 360 virtual tour of Yosemite Valley, If walks, hikes, climbing & beautiful views are your thing then this is your heaven.
San Diego one of the most chilled out friendly places I’ve visited in the US, you’d be hard-pressed to think of a more laid-back place. The surfer dudes are always happy to show people their city. From hiking, days at the beach, runnin, or the downtown Gaslamp area, as well as the famous Pacific Beach, is full of trendy seafood restaurants, bustling bars, and some amazing taco stalls.