Category Archives: Festivals


Oddest NFL Training Camp Locations

NFL Training Camps are boring. There, I said it. The MLB forms two leagues in early spring, transports its teams down to Florida and Arizona, and then plays multiple games…


Tasting Cancun & Riviera Maya at the Wine & Food Festival!

By Sarah John Afana For my whole life, whenever someone mentioned “Cancun,” I instantly pictured lapis blue swimming pools, raucous Spring Break revelers, and snorkeling with rainbow painted fish. I…

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The Sands of Summer – Top Sand Sculpting Competitors and Competitions

By Susie Reese Summer is synonymous with the beach, and every year, thousands migrate to warm sands and cool waters to enjoy life at the water’s edge. And while some…

Front Entrance Sign

What You Need to Know About Disneyland Resort’s Diamond Celebration

By Susie Reese When trying to decide on a place for vacation, my mom, sister, and I threw around a bajillion places—from the Four Heads to Florida to French Canada….


Celebrate Canada Today and Every Day!

Happy Canada Day, Neighbors to the North! You are the second largest country in the world by size. You are the homeland of hockey, and you serve up crave-worthy bacon!…


Top 10 Fourth of July Celebrations Across the U.S.

By Susie Reese The busiest travel holiday of the summer, America celebrates its independence with patriotic passion across all 50 states. While towns hold barbecues and carnivals to celebrate the…

El Morro Old San Juan

Puerto Rico: Charm, Clubs, and Convenience

Puerto Rico is a favorite Caribbean destination with land and water adventures, and spectacular beaches, but it also boasts amazing cultural celebrations, exquisite golf courses, and unparalleled convenience that can’t…

Grand Canyon Arizona

The Ultimate U.S. Bucket List

By Susie Reese The U.S. is not like any other travel destination in the world. When you travel five hours in Europe, you can drive from London to Paris. When…

New York City Union Square

Experience New York City for Free!

New York City can be super expensive. One ride on the subway or local bus is $2.75, and if you’re doing roundtrip, it’s really $5.50. So when you get something…


Expert tips: The ins and outs of booking a destination wedding

Nearly one in four couples celebrated marriage away from home between June 2013 and June 2014, up from one in five in 2009 (XO Group). So as destination weddings continue…