Category Archives: North America Guides
A real gringos mind may jump immediately to the thought of cheesy enchiladas and guacamole laden tacos at the sound of the word ‘cantina’, but I’m here to tell you that a true Mexican cantina is something a world apart from the ‘tex-mex’ style cantinas Americans have come to know and love. This article was brought to you by our friends at TastyBitesFoodTours.com.mx. So, if you want to immerse yourself into the sticky floored, tequila scented world of Mexican Cantinas? Read on What
While life in America can be stressful at the best of times, its always a comfort to know that some of the world's best tropical escapes are located within a relatively short flight of an air hub near you. Case in point: there are countless fishing villages and small towns located south of the border that will reset your brain and restore your soul, as the way life is lived in these places is a natural antidote to the side effects of life at home. Which destinations can be considered to be
The beautiful coastal city of Monterey is gifted with amazing scenery and beautiful beaches, making it one of California’s best cities to visit. Oh and if you have time, you can easily go online and apply for ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) Visa for a fantastic US travel experience. Originally, Monterey was the state capital of California, that’s why you see plenty of old buildings in the downtown area. You’ve probably heard of Monterey from the popular books of John Steinbeck
The best time to visit Saint-Pierre and Miquelon depends upon the tourist’s choice. Others prefer to visit every summer which has an average temperature of 61 degrees Fahrenheit. Fog is expected during months of June and July. Sunny, warm and pleasant conditions are expected every August and September; hence, the perfect months to visit Saint-Pierre and Miquelon. The best time to visit Saint-Pierre and Miquelon to enjoy their famous Saint-Pierre et Miquelon for Bastille Day is every July 14.
There’s more to do than visit the White House When people talk of visiting the capital of the free world, they often envision taking tours of the White House, and nothing but. While Washington, DC has become known for this and other historical monuments, there are many other places to visit in the Capital Region. Speaking to Peter Stephens, CEO of dialaflight, Lisa Cooper of the Washington Tourist Office argued that the other states making up the Capital Region are wonderful in their