A memorial composed of a series of statues portraying the anguish of the Holocaust, becoming a sensory and emotional experience for visitors.
A list of unique places in Chicago, all of them quirky: a speakeasy, an underground street, an oddball shop and more!
In San Francisco, make sure to take this walk up and down Telegraph Hill to see Coit Tower, its Depression-era murals, and the best view in San Francisco!
The history of Little Havana in Miami is closely connected to the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion. Read here about that connection and about things to see and do in this colorful neighborhood.
What to see in Overtown, the historically Black neighborhood in Miami, whose rich history gave it the nickname “Harlem of the South.”
Truly practical advice for women traveling alone. Tips for sleeping, eating, socializing and lots more travel advice for solo female travel!
The 9/11 memorial site draws crowds of tourists, but why do we visit it? Read about One World Trade Center and the 9/11 museum and memorial.
When other people anticipate a trip to New York City, they might think about fine dining. What’s the latest new cuisine to taste? Which famous chef should we try? Where do we need to make a reservation? Or they may be looking for “ethnic” food: Chinese, for example, or Cuban, or Cuban-Chinese (yes, that’s a…
“Once upon a time, sixty years ago, a little girl lived in the Big Woods of Wisconsin, in a little gray house made of logs.” This is the first line of the first book in what became know as the Little House on the Prairie series. If you were ever a fan of the books…