Start spreading the nooz… New York City’s Iconic Empire State Building is one Historic Landmark you must add to your bucket list. All 102 floors of this iconic structure, that defines the modern Art Deco era, tower majestically over Midtown Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue between West 33rd and 34th Streets. Built on the site of the original Waldorf-Astoria when the hotel relocated […]
Florida’s Everglades National Park is a natural wildlife playground covering over 1.5 million acres of extensive wetlands. There is something for everyone to enjoy…. Experience the thrill of an Airboat ride through these stunning wetlands on a guided eco tour adventure. You can spot many diverse species of fish, mammals & reptiles, including alligators, manatees, tropical wading birds […]
San Francisco boasts the largest Chinatown in the world, outside Asia. Although established in 1850 during the gold rush and railroad eras, making this the oldest Chinatown in North America, the 1906 earthquake largely destroyed the original buildings. Long rebuilt, today Chinatown remains a self-sufficient ‘city within a city’, where Chinese culture and customs remain […]
If Alamo Square seems familiar, you’ve probably seen at least one of many films or tv shows that feature this stunning neighborhood. The central focus lies within Alamo Square Park, bordered to the east by the ‘Painted Ladies’: a terraced row of colorful Victorian residences that provide a stunning foreground to San Francisco’s shimmering skyline beyond. […]
Arlington National Cemetery dates back to the American Civil War, providing the final resting place to over 400,000 servicemen & military who fell during the Civil and subsequent wars. Established on the grounds of Arlington House, the land was originally owned by Mary Anna Custis Lee, wife of General Robert E. Lee and great-granddaughter of Martha Washington. […]
Tower Bridge, a stunning example of Victorian Gothic architecture spans the River Thames in the heart of London, at 801 feet (244 meters). One of many recognisable London landmarks, Tower Bridge provides a main thoroughfare for traffic and pedestrians, as well as being one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. Officially opened June 30, […]
The Tower of London is located within walking distance of the River Thames’ north bank and Tower Bridge in the heart of London. Although expanded and modified by subsequent English monarchs through the centuries, the White Tower, commissioned by William the Conqueror, retains its original characteristics and forms the focal point of this outstanding example […]
Hollywood Hills forms part of the Santa Monica mountain range, with magnificent views over the vibrant city of Los Angeles.
Dry Tortugas National Park is made up of 7 remote islands that lie some 70 miles off the coast of Key West, Florida.
New York City’s Battery Park is so much more than simply the place to ‘meet the ferry’.
Come explore the delights of The Getty Center in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.
The United States Capitol building provides a stunning focal point over Washington D.C from its elevated site on Capitol Hill.
Visit San Diego Zoo for an exciting voyage into the world of some of the most exotic animals our planet has to offer.
The Statue of Liberty has been a symbol of American hope and democracy since 1886, having been gifted by France one century after the Declaration of Independence was signed.
Standing majestically in the heart of London, a stunning example of Gothic architecture, Westminster Abbey should be top of everyone’s must-see list when visiting England’s capital city.
Take advantage of a great photo opportunity and make your friends envious when you can tell them you visited the Southernmost Point of Continental USA.
New York’s iconic bridge should be high on your ‘to-do’ list while visiting this great city.