While you’re at Alamo Square, go to the bathroom. Not because the facilities are so clean (which, for public restrooms, they are). Right outside the bathroom, well hidden from the sound of buses squeezing through the hilly San Franciscan streets, there is a creative and quirky collection of plants, potted in discarded shoes found by city gardner David Clifton.
Planning a trip to San Francisco and don’t know where to eat? I have compiled a list of twelve essential restaurants you need to eat at in San Francisco!
We love street and urban art. We love its raw grit, city themes, fleeting nature and the sport of spotting new works by street art all-stars. So no matter where …
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.
From a mini self-hosted TV tour of NYC to a fabulous foodie Philly experience, we’re now on stop two of our Great American Road Trip from New York City to New Orleans. Watch this space, as we provide daily updates from each stop. Today we are in Philly!
We have arrived at the final destination of our NYC2NOLA Great American Road Trip 2011 – we are in New Orleans and fell immediately in love with this great city!
13 September marked our 500th day on the road – it has been almost 18 months now since we started traveling and we spent the last 100 days traveling in Portugal, Canada and the U.S. Read on for a summary of our reflections and find our where we are headed next!
Our first of two days in the capital included night bike rides through the neighborhoods, a visit to The White House and seeing the monuments lit up at night.
Though its name sounds otherwise, it is not located by the Golden Gate Bridge (although you’ll find two huge parks there too: the Golden Gate Park stretches for 47 blocks from Stanyan Street to the Pacific Ocean – it’s more than 3 miles long and half a mile wide, which makes it even bigger than New York’s Central Park and its 4.12 km2 (1.589 sq mi) makes it one of the largest urban parks on the planet. You can easily spend an entire day just exploring the broad parkways and the variety of activities the park offers.