Munich (München in German) is the capital of Bavaria and a perfect point to start exploring Germany. You can stop by its famous breweries, visit world-class museums, and enjoy a bit of green space in this pedestrian-friendly city. To me, Munich has two sides to its visitor experience. There’s a formal, reserved museum side and … More Munich City Guide: Museums, Beer Gardens, and More Things to Do!
After more than two years of staying in America, I finally made a return trip to Europe! My wife and I decided to spend our vacation in southern Germany. Why Germany? It was mostly personal interest, but I have to say Germany deserves more credit as a travel destination. It has everything you’d want in … More Germany: My Re-Introduction to Travel in Europe
You’ve seen pictures before, right? An impossibly wide expanse of rock, swirling like waves under a blue sky, stretching out as far as you can see. The Grand Canyon is one of those places you have to experience for yourself. It’s more than a beautiful view, though. Give yourself time to watch the wildlife and … More Beginner’s Guide to the Grand Canyon
I traveled to Hawaiʻi last month and decided to split time between two islands: Oʻahu and Kauaʻi. Honolulu has lots of famous places and exciting activities, but I liked the idea of visiting the less visited “garden island” of Kauaʻi too. This turned out to be a great decision. Kauaʻi is one of the most … More Kauaʻi is the Island Paradise You’ve Been Dreaming Of
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