Did you know that the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge, in Florida is the only place in the USA where you can legally swim with manatees? Here is what you need to know on how to swim with these gentle giants.
Zena and I decided to indulge our inner tourists and visit the famous Madame Tussauds wax museum in New York City.
Often times people ask us about our most favorite cities that we’ve visited. Believe it or not, coming up with only ten is much more difficult that you might think. In the end, our choices are primarily guided by how each of these cities make us feel.
In the middle of rural Virginia is one of the most striking national memorials outside of Washington DC: the National D-Day Memorial. The awe-inspiring memorial provides an educational experience of the D-Day Invasion, the largest amphibious military landing the world has ever seen.
Stay in Playa del Carmen and venture out to the eco resort of Xel-ha and the fabulous coastal Maya ruins of Tulum.
Explore the jungle ruins of Ek’ Balam before venturing inland to the capital of the Yucatan, the “White City” of Merida. Check out the UNESCO World Heritage site of Uxmal before heading back to the coast.
Fly into Cancun and travel to the quaint city of Valladolid – a perfect base for exploring the world famous Maya ruins of Chichen Itza.
Mexico as a tourist destination often gets a bad rap. We've all heard the rumors of the poverty, the drug cartels, and corrupt federales. Perhaps you saw the movie Get the Gringo and decided Mexico is not for you. While I can't tell you that those unsavory elements...
Nestled in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina, the 8-000 acre Biltmore Estate is truly a marvel. Built between 1889 and 1895 by George Washington Vanderbilt II, grandson of the famed industrialist Cornelius Vanderbilt, the Chateauesque-styled mansion features...