50 Epic Stargazing Spots in Every State

If the annual Perseid Meteor Shower has given you a case of star-chasing adrenaline this summer, you'll want to check out these swoon worthy skies. Which ones will you be checking off of your summer travel list? 1.) Alabama,Β Cheaha State Park 2.) Alaska,Β Denali National Park and Preserve 3.) Arizona,Β The Wave 4.) Arkansas, Compton Trail 5.) … Continue reading 50 Epic Stargazing Spots in Every State


14 Underrated U.S. Destinations

We all have a bucket list. You know the one I'm talking about; the one that has every place we hope to someday visit and keeps getting longer every time we browse Pinterest or Instagram. Well it's time to add these places to that list because there are extraordinary places around the U.S. that are … Continue reading 14 Underrated U.S. Destinations

16 Sandwiches in Westchester That Will Change Your Life

"People who love to eat are always the best people." -Julia Child No matter where you go in the world, there will never be anything that comes close to a good New York sandwich. Seriously-ask any New Yorker what NY does best and they will say, "food." Pizza, sandwiches, or any type of food that … Continue reading 16 Sandwiches in Westchester That Will Change Your Life


Giddy Up (State NY)

One of the reasons so many of us travel is to experience new things and make memories. However, you don't always need a plane ticket to an exotic land or a cross-country road trip to have these kinds of moments. Sometimes great experiences are formed in your own backyard (or about an hour and a … Continue reading Giddy Up (State NY)


The Valhalla Crossing

Where in the heck is Valhalla?! It's a suburb so small that it cannot be called a town so it was dubbed a "Hamlet". It's located in Mount Pleasant, about a 45 minutes north of New York City (but everyone who knows NY traffic knows that it's actually about an hour and a half) and … Continue reading The Valhalla Crossing


Best Eats in New Orleans

New Orleans is known for its rich history and French, Spanish, and Creole inspired culture-and let’s not forget Bourbon Street, Mardi Gras, and the open container policy allowing you to openly drink in the streets from dusk until dawn. However, aside from its wide array of dive bars, live music, and concession stands that will … Continue reading Best Eats in New Orleans