San Diego is a city close to my heart, with a handful of sandy beaches, myriad historic quarters, and the endless Balboa Park. Most importantly though, the weather stays beautiful year-round, meaning you can take a trip to this sunny city any time. With frequent deals on San Diego hotels and Airbnbs outside of high season, you won’t break the bank with these downtown accommodations.
Boston is one of America’s oldest cities, with a rich and fascinating history dating back to the early 1600s. The site of the Boston Tea Party, you’ll find all sorts of historical gems amongst the brownstone buildings and cobbled streets. You’ll also find an extremely diverse population made up of immigrants from all over the world, adding to the lively spirit of this thriving city. Here I’ve assembled a list of the most popular districts in the city to help you choose where you’ll be staying and exploring during your stay.
Toronto is well-known as the most populated and diverse city in Canada. With over two million residents, this bustling capital city sits perched atop Lake Ontario and makes up the bulk of the Greater Toronto Area. Nearly half of the city’s residents have immigrated from countries outside of Canada, making Toronto one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in the world. Well-defined neighborhoods break the city up into distinctive districts, each maintaining its unique character and culture. That means you’ll have lots of opportunities to explore from your Toronto hotel, wherever you choose to make your home base. Here I have assembled a guide to the most important districts.