Honestly I would never say Toronto is my favorite city in the world. It is undeniably one of the most exciting, surprising ones though. Four days there and I discovered the many personalities of Toronto that should be enough to satisfy any needs and wants.
A day trip to Niagara Falls, on the Canadian side, to finally live my childhood dream of visiting these magnificent water falls.
Key West, home of the sunset, the southernmost point of continental U.S., the house of Ernst Hemingway, this island is a bit overrated but clearly a must visit place once you’ve already flown 3 hours from PA to FL.
Sitting right next to the center of world-famous theme parks and resorts, Orlando suddenly becomes the forgotten city.
The sun-filled beaches, the swaggy city, the douchbagness, and everything else that make Miami one of our favorites
A quick look into the recluse way of life of the Amish, to merge in with nature, to enjoy fresh air and great food
What to do in Disney World if you are a 20-year-old who didn’t grow up in the culture of Cinderella, Bella, Snow White, Mulan and who has an old soul?
2 trips to watch tennis to New York, and this absolutely greatest city enchanted me to my core.
During my spring break mission trip to Forth Worth, Texas, I had the opportunity to spend 1 afternoon with my college mates at the historic Forth Worth Stock Yard where I could enjoy the renowned Texas-sized ribs, an watch the traditional cattle ride. A truly historic and ancient atmosphere.
A day trip to the West rim of the famous Grand Canyon and I was speechless at the grandeur and magnificence of this natural wonder.