Exploring the history-charged capital of Denmark in only 24 hours is a challenge but not impossible. Copenhagen is a beautiful old city in central Europe with a great royal background, countered with a large young music and art scene. I think this is what makes Copenhagen so fascinating.
The Western Australian coastline north of Perth to Broome is remarkable for the distance and isolation of the many notable sights. Coastline is used in its broadest sense here since the the highway wanders deep inland, but on a map it looks like it is still clinging to the edge...
You can’t say you’ve experienced Day of the Dead until you have done so in Mexico. Marching through the city streets among thousands of skull painted faces walking past festively decorated altars truly celebrates the country’s indigenous observance, traced back to this modern Mexican holiday.
Argentina's reputation as a meat-lover's paradise is well-deserved: its inhabitants have perfected the art of barbecue — slow-cooked on an outdoor grill, accompanied by the beverage of your choice — it’s a wonderful thing. But it isn’t just about meat; the Argentinean table offers more than just carne -- though...
The Franz Josef Glacier region on New Zealand's West Coast of the South Island is a spectacular area on every level. Nestled in the Westland Tai Poutini National Park, the Franz Josef Glacier area offers scenery that is nothing short of incredible - not to mention diverse.
Colorado is popular with outdoors enthusiasts. With a minimum of 300 days of sunshine each year, fantastic champagne powder snow, miles and miles of greenbelt and trails, and many cities that are bicycle friendly, it’s really no surprise it is considered one of the healthiest states in America.
Northern Thailand is one of the best destinations in the world to take your family. Although not as popular as say, Italy or France, my family enjoyed it just as much if not more! The Thai people are very friendly, and extremely accommodating to young children.
It’s impossible to walk the cobbled streets of the old section of Boston and not hear the echo of the marching boots of the American Revolution in the bricks beneath the freedom trail. Boston is not only a modern city, one of the economic powerhouses of the eastern coast of...
If you’re like most visitors to Ecuador’s third largest city, you’ll be here for more than a few days. The charming colonial city has a way of extending your originally planned stay, so it’s important to prepare for that.
Düsseldorf, in the west of Germany, has only recently begun to emerge as a tourist destination. This means there's a lot to do and see but your way won't constantly be blocked by hordes of tourists as it so often is in more popular cities like Berlin or Munich.