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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Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

Visiting the Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most, if not THE most iconic suspension bridge in the world and back in September last year I was fortunate enough to be able to pay it a visit during┬ámy 2 days in San Francisco. At one mile across, the Golden Gate Bridge spans the Golden Gate strait, standing out from every […]

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Santa Monica boardwalk

Visiting the Santa Monica Boardwalk

When you think of California, girls in hot pants on roller skates, fitness buffs working out on the beach front and long stretches of palm tree lined golden sand come to mind. I thought that was just a stereotype however when I visited the Santa Monica boardwalk that was exactly what I experienced. Not only that but it had a […]

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Empire State Building

Visiting the Empire State Building

Last year I visited New York for the first time as part of my honeymoon and being a proper British tourist I decided to visit all of the key tourist sights. One of the main attractions was of course the Empire State Building, possibly the most iconic building of the New York skyline! Built during a race to create the […]

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