When Arriving in Las Vegas for the First Time, Make Sure Its Night This travel tip isn’t about how to get a free flight, cheapest airline to Nevada or the best time of year to go – its about what time of day to go. Night, darker the better. In just about every city in the world, its the most … Read more
The Brooklyn Bridge Crosses the East River From Manhattan to Brooklyn. Although this New York City suspension bridge is not the oldest or even remotely the longest, it is in fact one of the most famous and recognizable bridges in the world. But it is considered an architectural statement of the optimism of the Industrial Revolution, and believe it or … Read more
The World Trade Center Consisted of 7 Towers With its Own Zipcode, 10048. Although this Lower Manhattan complex was less than 30 years old before its September 11, 2001 destruction, it was and still is a New York icon. On the same level as the Empire State Building, Central Park and even the Statue of Liberty. The North & South … Read more
San Fransisco is famous for its erratic and steep hills, but this Cow Hollow street is perhaps the most unique. Considered one of the most crookedest legitimate roads in the world, built in 1922. Lombard Street was actually designed out of necessity to overcome the steep 27% grade where most vehicles could barely climb and even dangerous for backpacking. While … Read more
My condo is in Miami but I never really called this city home. Its the part of the US that I run to when the winter creeps up to wherever I’m at the moment. Its a lovely town when its slow and a nice change from New York, where I just left. If and when I come back from vagabonding to the US, this will be … Read more
Manhattan is my home. The place I always come back to after living in a seemingly random city every other year or so. Las Vegas. Miami. Zurich. Atlanta. Tokyo. Irvington… Never left New York City because I had to but to see what else was out there. Location insatiability, perhaps.