Archive for 'United States'
Posted on 14. Apr, 2014 by Guest.
Everyone who knows us knows how much we love a good ol’ road trip – especially in the U.S. So far, we have taken five long road trips through several parts of the U.S., and always planning the next one! We’re excited to share a fun infographic today, put together by TrekAmerica, a leading tour […]
Posted on 11. Sep, 2013 by Jess.
There is so much more to New York than even some locals realize! Here are our top five ways to get off the beaten path to discover things that make New York City really tick!
Posted on 20. Feb, 2012 by Dany.
Although we could spend months immersed in that particularly sweet blend of New Orleans urban life, there came a point during our visit where we just had to get out of town…what we discovered were the rural roots that throughout history have melted together to make the Crescent City so unique.
Posted on 11. Jan, 2012 by Dany.
We were surprised to see how many different types of tours Savannah offers – there are over thirty ghost tours alone! But in a city Savannah’s size, do you need to take a tour at all? Find out what we think, plus a quick guide to tours in Savannah.
Posted on 05. Dec, 2011 by Jess.
New York is easy to love…read on for a list of thirty-three things we love about the city, in no particular order, plus the best NYC video in our opinion of all time. Then please share your favs in the comments below!
Great American Road Trip: NYC2NOLA **Extended** (Is there ever really a final destination for nomads?)
Posted on 19. Sep, 2011 by Jess.
We extended our Great American Road Trip 2011 from New Orleans up to Chicago, with a stop in Memphis, TN. 3,000 miles, 15 states, and a lot of deep fried fixin’s later, NYC2NOLA road trip has finally come to an end. Read on for updates on the last days and find out where we are headed next.
Posted on 24. Aug, 2011 by Jess.
Yesterday in Philadelphia was all about the food, so today we dedicated ourselves to discovering the role that Philadelphia has played in US history. Both of us knew about the main attractions/events like the Liberty Bell and the signing of the Constitution, but we were actually very surprised to understand just how much of the American way of life is revealed in the city.