Category: North America

  • 5 Best Chocolate Factory Tour Around US

    5 Best Chocolate Factory Tour Around US – If you really want to impress a chocoholic on Valentine’s Day, consider stopping by one of these chocolate factory tours in the USA. Most of these tours are free. But even if you can only give your sweetheart a box of chocolates this year, these tours are […]

  • Living the American Holiday Dream

    Living the American Holiday Dream | If you fancy somewhere a little further afield and a bit more special than your average beach break, a trip to the Americas could be just what you’re after.

  • 10 Exhibitions to Visit in New York for 2012

    It’s a big year for New York art exhibitions in 2012; the city has a huge amount going on in the world of art so make the most of it. Book into one of the cheap New York hotels and you’ll be able to afford to stay for even longer to explore the arty city. On the […]

  • Top 5 Best Hotels in Canada

    Top 5 Best Hotels in Canada | Whether you are seeking gourmet meals in restaurants run by internationally renowned chefs or wish to slip under fresh bedding made from Egyptian silk, you will find all this and more at Canada’s best hotels. The top 5 best hotels in Canada are:

  • Exploring the Mystery of Sea Caves in Hawaii

    The sea caves near Honaunau should not be missed! These are one of the secrets of the Big Island. When visiting the Place of Refuge at Honaunau, you may want to rent a kayak and bring it along with you. Continue past the Park until you start to see dark lava rock cliffs in front […]

  • The Top 5 Must-See in New York City (That Are Off the Beaten Path)

    We Meet Our New York City Tour Guide Who Speaks in Fluent, Big Apple Argot So, what? Youse in New Yhork? Lookin’ for sumthin’ diffrent tah do? Whatsamatta? Times Square, Rockefeller Center and the freakin’ Statue of Liberty not good enough for youse?! Wanna get off the beaten path and lookin’ for a little advice […]

  • Incoming Storm Clouds Over The USA

    “The incoming storm clouds over the United States” is truly a great shot. Where was this taken? I see the dirt road, what looks like might be a hay field, and thus have narrowed it down to anywhere between Kansas and Ohio, South Dakota and Texas. Or, it could even be from not a stereotypical […]

  • HostelBookers Names 5 of the World’s Most Bike-friendly Cities and Hostels

    More and more people realize that bicycles can be much more useful than cars. Bikes are cheap, environmentally friendly, keep their owners in good health and as much more fun means of transport for travellers exploring a new destination. HostelBookers, the budget accommodation specialist names the top 5 bicycle-friendly cities and hostels in the world: […]

  • Gigantic Waterspout in Punta Gorda, Florida

    A gigantic waterspout pictures were taken at Punta Gorda. For your information, Punta Gorda is a city in Charlotte County, Florida, United States. According to the U.S. Census Bureau estimates of 2007, the city had a population of 16,762. It is the county seat of Charlotte County and the only incorporated municipality in the county. […]

  • Fly Geyser, Amazing And Yet Undiscovered Natural Phenomena in Nevada

    While watching the following photos attached to this post you might get a feel that you are watching some fake Photoshopped photos but you can be sure that this place is very real, despite it looks opposite.