Tag: north america
Highlight: Savannah – Things to Do & Travel Guide
I’ve driven through Savannah a few times and even though my experience included a really weird two hours, I was eager to go back and really get to know the city. Considering my initial experience, I found that there was a lot I didn’t know about Savannah and it’s a really great place to visit!
A little bit of history: Savannah as we know it was founded in 1733 by General James Oglethorpe (a huge name in Savannah). Its location was chosen as a buffer between the English colonies up north and the Spanish colonies up south. Savannah was … Continue reading
Tags: georgia, north america, savannah, united states
A Lifelong Local’s Washington, DC Travel Guide
Even though I love travelling, I’ve lived in the Washington, DC area my entire life. It’s changed so much over the past few years but one thing remains the same: there’s a tonne to see and do in the nation’s capital. To help you plan your trip, here’s all the advice I have on visiting Washington, DC.
Best Things to Do
Tip #1: Explore beyond downtown
I think a lot of people who visit DC concentrate their trip on the downtown area. I would if I didn’t know better. Downtown DC outside the museums is soooooo boring. I cannot stress … Continue reading
Tags: district of columbia, north america, united states, washington
Highlight: Los Angeles & Hollywood – Things to Do & Travel Guide
Los Angeles is debatably the poster child of America. Hollywood culture is one of the ways we’re put on the map. I myself love a good movie and am amazed by what people in the filmmaking industry have been able to create and accomplish. But I had no idea what Los Angeles was like or what to expect when I first visited.
There are so many fun things to do and see in Los Angeles. My focus was in Hollywood. One place you have to visit is the TCL Chinese Theatre, which opened in 1927 as cinema was taking … Continue reading
Tags: california, hollywood, los angeles, north america, united states