United States Travel guides

Visiting Jazz Town

The trip to the south of USA was not planned in advance and was more of a spur-of-the-moment decision, however, as at usually happens, this kind of decisions can lead to the most memorable [...]

Keep Austin Weird

When you think of Texas, you probably think of a sprawling desert that’s nearly half the size of Europe, cowboys, horses and tumble weeds. This image doesn’t really put the lone star [...]

Winter in San Francisco

On 29th of December 2015 I took an airplane that carried me to the farthest place I’ve ever been and it embraced myself to my first trip alone for 10.250 km. After almost 15 hours of flying and [...]

Ithaca is Gorges

“Ithaca is gorges.”  It is not a typo.  If you have been to this haven of culture in the middle of cow country, you will have seen this logo on the back of at least a dozen cars [...]

Wild Florida

Alligators! Alligators! When you think of Florida wilderness, you think alligators. Florida is famous for its Everglades, a vast tract of wetland at the southern tip of the state. It is an area [...]

#hellofromVegas

Last month my husband and I took a flight to Las Vegas, NV (U.S.) I asked for the window seat so I wouldn’t miss the landscapes. When our flight was getting near to the city we got to see a [...]

The Grand Canyon

No amount of photos or words will ever do justice to this magnificent landmark, because it is, as its name suggests, the grandest of all canyons. There is no doubt as to why it is one of the [...]

NYC : Roosevelt Island

  New York City is arguably one of the most traveled to cities in the world, and definitely one of the most traveled to cities in the United States. Living in NYC for 22 years one could say [...]

Affordable Austin

Exploring the Texas Capitol on a Budget Accommodation and Getting Around The only thing that isn’t necessarily bigger in Texas is the cost of public transport. The bus fare from the airport [...]