Hawaii is akin to visiting another country, we are truly lucky to have this tropical paradise as one of our own in America. While visiting Hawaii isn’t going to be cheap, you experience there will always be rich and memorable. You’ll probably need to visit Hawaii a few times before you really need to look at a traveler’s guide. There’s an overwhelming about of places to photograph and get lost in Earth’s natural beauty, the same goes for the island’s residents.
If you missed out on the New Year’s celebration, don’t feel bad; it’s a great moment to be a part of, but the truth is that NYC is far more accessible after the holiday rush is over. Battle tourists and expensive rates during the travel season can prevent you from experience the beauty of Central Park, Broadway, the infamous SoHo district, and the hundreds of monuments littered in-between. The famous NY tours are at their best when the guides aren’t so packed and the New Year enthusiasm is in full-swing.
It’s a place where the reputation of fun is so massive that you don’t even really need to told why you should go, however, if you don’t have any interest in gambling, you might be conflicted. Vegas is synonymous with throwing away cash, however, their shows are just as legendary and will still be a good enough use of your vacation to warrant going. In reality, you don’t need to stay at a five-star hotel to have an authentic experience, there are plenty of affordable hotels and restaurants that can keep your trip within the average cost of most other major U.S. cities.
An outstanding place to visit during the spring or summer with the family. If you’re a beach bum, you’ll love the beautiful beaches of South Carolina and the iconic boardwalk that is lined with some of the best seafood in the country. Kids will never be bored, either, as there are plenty of parks and festivities within 10mins from the beachside hotels. Spring breakers also enjoy Myrtle Beach, so if you’re up for some partying, it’s a good alternative to flying to Cancun.
If you’re any kind of movie or TV show buff, there’s enough of a reason to visit LA by that merit alone. Doing tours around the famous movie studios is sort of like going to your favorite theme park, but without all the nauseating food and kids getting in the way. The likelihood of you running into someone famous is practically guaranteed, whether you know them is another matter. The truth is, even without being Ga-ga over celebs, LA has some really great stops for all forms of art, whether that’s to sample their taco artists, musicians, art galleries, or performing artists.