Whether you’re a New Yorker or just visiting, there are plenty of lesser-known places to visit in NYC. In this article, we’ll give you seven great options for things to do when you don’t want the typical tourist experience. You can check out some of these destinations on your own time and really get to know the city like a local!
In case you’ve missed the first part of the series with some recommended places to visit in the first half of 2020, you should probably read it first before moving on to this one… But, if you’re actually looking for some holiday inspiration for the second half of the year starting in July, you’re on the right track!
I mean, of course… July and August seem to be the peak holiday seasons in some places. And maybe you’re a parent who needs to travel with kids during the school holiday. Or maybe you just love summer that you simply don’t want to miss the season to enjoy the heat and the sun.
Are you curious on which places that have been recommended by other fellow travel bloggers in the second half of 2020? Carry on!
Over 75 million people visit the United States of America from other countries every year, but have you ever paused to wonder why?
With 50 states and several local territories, the US is one of the most diverse places you could possibly wish to visit anywhere in the world. In fact, there is a pretty solid argument that suggests no country on Earth has as many different cultures and ways of living joined together under one flag.
With that in mind, we are going to take a look at some of the reasons you might visit the US.
Hello again, beautravelers! 😀
It’s Wednesday again, and as you’d probably know by now… It’s the time for our weekly What You Could Get In The City For $10!
Okay, so my first question for this week is… For those of you who are not American, do you have some particular American dream? It doesn’t have to be the ideal situation where all US citizens have the equal opportunity to achieve success and prosperity, it may be your dream of visiting a place in the United States of America. Or maybe deep down, you plan out to even move there to reach your personal goal?
If yes, then my second question would be, if you could move to America, which city would you aim for?!
Not gonna lie, for the people like me who actually grew up outside America and only see it through TV shows and some Hollywood movies, New York City would probably the answer. Thanks to FRIENDS who introduced the Central Perk! 😛
So in this opportunity, I’m excited to introduce you to Kemi from Musings and Adventures, an NYC-based blogger who would share with us what you could get in the Big Apple for $10. Check it out! 😉
If you could go anywhere right now for vacation, where would you go?
I’m sure all of you have your own bucket list. And perhaps, one of the places on your list would be the generic tourist destination like London or Paris. Sure, maybe some other places like New York or Bali? What do you have on your bucket list?
Now, back to your bucket list again… Do you have some places that people seem to attract to, but you’re simply not interested to visit it, at least not today?
Well, that’s what has inspired me to write this post. There are some cities in the world that seem so popular for tourists slash travelers
no matter how you tell the difference between the two. But then some just don’t interest me.
At least, I could say not today as whenever I travel, I have to pay everything on my own so maybe costs play a huge role in my opinion. So, what are they?