USA and Canada Articles (10 articles found)

The Serene Solitude of Canada's Fogo Island

Oh, the Thrilling Emptiness! When the weight of the world's obligations and chaos bears down, where does one turn for a respite? Why, to the serene solitude of Canada's Fogo Island, of course! This oasis of isolation, cozily tucked off the coast of Newfoundland, is, in fact, the size of a flea on the great elephant that is our planet. And yet, it is a place where one may find both solace and adventure, in equal measure.
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The Untouched Wilderness of Greenland's Ilulissat

Breaking the Ice Amidst all the tiresome travel trends of yesteryear, the Arctic wonderland of Greenland retains its status as an untouched bastion of otherworldly natural beauty. The town of Ilulissat, in particular, stands as a testament to the frostbitten majesty of this frozen Eden.
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New York: Is The City That Never Sleeps Starting to Doze Off?

In the old days, when I first acquainted myself with the boisterous beast that was New York, the city was like a party where everyone was slightly drunk, but no one wanted to go home. Now, post-Covid, it feels like the morning after, where everyone has a hangover and can't find their shoes. The journey from JFK to Manhattan, once a gladiatorial contest with traffic, is now a sedate affair.
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A Look at the More Obscure Parts of San Francisco to Explore as a Tourist

San Francisco - the city by the bay, the land of the Golden Gate Bridge and sourdough bread. But what about the hidden gems? The spots that aren't on every tour guide's itinerary? As a local, let me tell you, there's more to SF than just Fisherman's Wharf and Alcatraz (although those are pretty cool too).
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On Why Las Vegas Demands a Second Look

I was last in the United States back in 1998 - visiting the east coast - New York, Atlantic City and Philadelphia. Fourteen years later, I had the opportunity to visit Las Vegas at the behest of the construction company I worked for.

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Our Memorable Vacation Experience in Kentucky

My favorite holiday was last year, when my wife and I went to Kentucky. It was a dream of ours to see the mountains and to see horses, because that is something that my wife enjoys.

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How I Enjoyed North Carolina for Christmas

Many view Christmas as a holiday only children and parents enjoy. I can tell you firsthand that this is a false assumption, as some of my favorite memories from Christmas are from my late teens and early twenties.

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Halloween in New York City: There's Nothing Like It!

To me, Halloween always meant Trick-or-Treating or watching a scary movie with friends. But two years ago, my friends and I decided to go to Times Square for Halloween- you'd think we would have been there before, for this festive occasion, given we've lived in New York our whole lives, but sadly this wasn't the case.

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My Wonderful Vacation at Camp Seeley Cailfornia

I can remember as a little girl about seven years old driving up to Camp Seeley in California. The trip would take about five hours driving through winding canyons and twisting mountain roads.

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A Return to the West Coast and Oregon

I live in an area of Minnesota that is as flat as a pancake. My most memorable vacation in recent years took me over the Rocky Mountains, and then the Cascades, to the west coast.

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