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Attraction of the Week: Reunion Tower in Dallas

Dallas is most well-known for being home to “America’s Team” The Cowboys, amazing employment opportunities, and Dealey Plaza: site of the JFK assassination. One other thing comes automatically to mind and that is endless suburbia. While the city frequently ranks amongst the country’s most boring due to the seemingly never ending suburban sprawl, there is […]

18 Must-Try Restaurants in “The Old Pueblo”

Tucson is an emerging foodie destination well known for its’ vibrant Mexican food scene. The city is home to what is considered “the best 23 miles of Mexican food in the country.” There are numerous authentic Mexican restaurants, both casual and upscale throughout town. And, if tacos and burritos are not your thing, there are […]

40+ Must-Do’s in and around Las Vegas

Long gone are the days where the prime activity in Vegas was gambling. Today, you can spend an entire weekend in Vegas without even a second thought of hitting the slots ever crossing your mind. With so many distractions around every corner, many people no longer consider Vegas simply a gambling destination, but rather an […]

8 Great Daytrips to Escape the Phoenix Heat

While the Phoenix metro area is home to a number of unique attractions and offers much in the way of outdoor recreation, the area as a whole is a bit limited in comparison to other similar sized metro areas. Add in 5-6 months of extreme heat and your options become even more limited. Besides a […]

9 Must-Do’s While Staying in Downtown Portland, Oregon

Portland is most famous for being one of America’s quirkiest cities and keeps true to its’ famous “Keep Portland Weird” motto. This eclectic city offers a new & interesting sight at every turn, thus, making it a great choice for tourists seeking a unique vacation destination. From the highly touted foodie scene, to eclectic art […]

10 Must-Do’s in Tucson, Arizona

The Sonoran Desert is the most biologically diverse of the 4 major deserts found within the US. Surprisingly, a diverse range of plants and animals thrive in the harsh conditions. The Sonoran Desert is the wettest desert on Earth due to the strong summer monsoon season. The resulting lushness of the desert is a rarity […]

101 Things to do in Northern Arizona

Northern Arizona is a surprisingly diverse area of the country, especially in comparison to its’ southern counterpart. Instead of the towering Saguaro cacti of the Sonoran desert, you will find yourself immersed in the largest ponderosa pine forest in the world. Instead of 6 months of brutal 90-100+ degree temps, you will find an attractive […]

Attraction of the Week: Boston Common and Public Garden

Anyone who has ever vacationed in Boston knows that you are in for a lot of walking if you plan on exploring all the historic sites downtown. While the walking the Freedom Trail & exploring the North End, Beacon Hill, and Newbury Street are all fantastic must-do experiences, they can also be very exhausting. After […]

10 Must-Do Daytrips from Flagstaff

Flagstaff, a small mountain town in the Northern Arizona region, is the gateway to many amazing national wonders, most notably the magnificent Grand Canyon which is just a little over an hour away. Asides from being an easy drive from one of the world’s most well-known wonders, Flagstaff offers a number of attractive amenities of […]

10 Must-Try Breakfast Restaurants in Tucson

When the extreme heat of the Sonoran desert rolls around each year, bringing with it blazing sunshine and oftentimes triple digit heat, the morning is your friend. On any summertime visit to Tucson, you will quickly learn to take advantage of the (slightly) cooler morning temperatures. As you will likely be out and about much […]



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