Brooklyn Bridge

Visiting the Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most iconic locations in New York City and is in fact one of the oldest bridges in the United States. Constructed in 1869 the suspension bridge is nearly 150 years old and took 14 years to build, connecting Brooklyn with Manhatten. Being a focal point of so many films over the years it’s […]

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Pier 39 shops San Francisco

Visiting Pier 39 in San Francisco

Last year I headed to San Francisco for a couple of days whilst on my honeymoon around North America and visited Pier 39. Situated along the coastline, Pier 39 is surrounded by active moorings with ships coming and going on a regular basis for both trade and tourism – a few piers down for example you can jump on a […]

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West Village New York

Visiting the West Village in New York City

The West Village in Manhattan is like no other place in New York City. Forget the high rise sky scrapers and forget the hustle and bustle of one of the World’s largest cities, the West Village is a far more charming place that has held onto its traditions and heritage. As a neighborhood which is primarily residential, things here are […]

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Arlington Cemetary

Visiting Arlington National Cemetary

Whilst on honeymoon in Washington D.C. Sarah and I decided to visit the world’s most recognised cemetary at Arlington. The cemetary is the final resting place for past American presidents and American war heroes both from wars many years ago and those taking place more recently. When you arrive at Arlington you are met with the usual tourist things – […]

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The Aria Las Vegas

Staying at Aria Las Vegas

Last year I headed to Las Vegas for 3 nights as part of my honeymoon to experience a little bit of what Sin City had to offer. With it being a special occasion I booked Aria as it felt a little more premium than many of the other hotels on the strip and my word what an experience it was. […]

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Dante's View Death Valley

Visiting Dante’s View in Death Valley

Death Valley, the home of nothingness. It is of course a desert. So why visit? Well, beyond the dry desert heat, what Death Valley lacks in living things, it more than makes up for with its incredible scenery. And that my friends, is more than reason enough to go, especially if like me you’re making your way by car from […]

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