Many travelers flock to Virginia Beach for the gorgeous 300-foot-wide beach, but there is so much more to enjoy in this ocean-front city. Whether you love adventure sports, wildlife, or lazy days in the sun, each visitor will find his niche. While hotels can be pricy, there are plenty of budget options like the Oceanfront Inn that make a weekend getaway affordable for all budgets. Here is an eclectic list of the top activities to take advantage of in Virginia Beach.
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.
Atlanta is known for its fusion of old Southern charm and sleek modernity. Peach trees break up the three impressive skylines in this bustling city, lined with historical buildings and glistening skyscrapers alike. There’s a wide range of fantastic tourist activities, regional Southern eateries, and boutique shopping. However, choosing where to stay can be overwhelming. As an up-and-coming area with fantastic nightlife, the Midtown district is quickly becoming a top choice for travelers. Here, I’ve compiled a list of the best budget hotels in Atlanta’s Midtown District.
When planning a trip to Germany, Berlin probably jumps to the top of most travelers’ destination list. And with good reason – Berlin is a huge city, sprawling across fantastic, eclectic neighborhoods that are home to some of the best museums in the world. However, Germany has so much more to offer beyond its bright capital city. This guide details three unique German cities that are well worth their own trip.