Things To Do in New Mexico
November 12, 2018 Nency Willims 0Comment

New Mexico is supposed to have the most diverse landscapes in the world with wide open skies, semi-arid desert landscape along with surrounding mountains, snow-capped 13,000 ft high peaks dressed in pines and spruce that have incredible potential for outdoor adventure. Its natural beauty dotted with wildflower fields, pristine white sand dunes, an expansive prairie region and wetland forests of towering cottonwoods make it very scenic for visitors. New Mexico is no one thing and its diversity appeals to everyone from photographers, nature lovers, to adventure seekers and food lovers. New Mexico also has a very thriving art scene centered…

things to do in Nebraska
November 6, 2018 Nency Willims 0Comment

Nebraska has been given different accolades like “The Great American Desert” and known by nicknames such as the “Tree Planter’s State”, the “Cornhusker State” – the athletic teams of Nebraska, so called, because incidentally, the state is also the largest producer of corn. Besides the Corn, College Football and Warren Buffett’s birthplace; Nebraska has many other recognition pinned to its name. There is an array of things to do and see in Nebraska. The varied landscapes have 3,000 lakes and more than 80,000 miles of river most active in summers. The state offers a lot of cultural and historical opportunities,…

Things to do in Alaska
November 1, 2018 Nency Willims 0Comment

America’s final frontier, Alaska is large and almost half the size of the entire US with an overabundance of beauty. Its vast expanses make it difficult to explore every marvel in a single 1-2 week trip. Millions of people visit this Arctic state annually to tread its pristine wilderness as the list of things to do in Alaska is endless; the packages are also in abundance for a perfect vacation to Alaska. Alaska has plenty of one-of-a-kind experiences with natural phenomena bound to startle anyone. Alaskan cities are truly unique and interesting in themselves and serve as an ideal base…

Travel guide Davenport,Florida
October 3, 2018 Nency Willims 0Comment

Davenport is a small town in Central Florida popular for its proximity to the Walt Disney theme park making it a popular destination. Places like Lakeland and Winter Haven in Central Florida has some of the prime attractions like the Legoland resort, Westgate River Ranch resort and Orlando beaches and theme parks are just 90 minutes away from here. Davenport is also used as a jumping point to hop on to the other locations like the Walt Disney, MGM Studios, and Lake Wales. Here is a detailed list of things to do in Central Florida that includes the best of…

Affordable Warm Winter Vacations
October 1, 2018 Nency Willims 0Comment

By the time the New Year progresses, the charm of the fall-winter turns into a chilling Bomb Cyclone extending a cold snap in every home. It’s less of enjoying the snow dust in a winter wonderland and becomes more of dragging through the dirty snow, managing frost and freezing temperatures which is not everybody’s idea of a good time. Hundreds of thousands of Americans escape from the blistering winds and slushy snow to head to the tropical beaches in winters. If your concept of ideal winters is to spend it at a warmer place or maybe on a beach, then…

11 US Cities to Celebrate New Year in the USA
September 25, 2018 Nency Willims 0Comment

If your concept of celebrating New Year is to stay back home, sipping champagne in front of the TV and celebrating New Year with family and friends; for many years that may have sounded like a great idea, but that you could do any night. There are ample options from the list of “Top 11 US Cities to Celebrate New Year” . it’s time to bring a fresh lease of life and spend your New Year the way the world does; experiencing the local traditions and extravagance of some of the perfect glitzy cities in the US as it is…

World’s Best Christmas Places
September 21, 2018 Nency Willims 0Comment

Bethlehem, West Bank – Holiest Christmas celebrations in the most traditional way The real meaning of Christmas is celebrating it at Christ’s very own birthplace which can be a truly unique and an unforgettable experience. Manger Square in Bethlehem is one of the most iconic settings in the world for Christmas celebrations. Thousands of Christian’s pilgrims belonging to various denominations like the Catholic, Protestant, and the Greek Orthodox all gather at the Basilica of the Nativity church which is considered as a birthplace of Jesus Christ. Services are held through December and January and there is an atmosphere of heavenly dynamism…

Christmas Destinations in the US
September 19, 2018 Nency Willims 0Comment

For a growing portion of the American population, the Christmas season has become a popular time to travel to get the perfect out of Christmas vacations. For most, it is easiest to take time off from work between Christmas and New Year. Celebrating perfect Christmas holiday mixing winter vacation fun with festivities of the season is also the perfect way to get an unwinding leisure Sabbath. These top 16 cities in America, known for celebrating Christmas with full fervor and gaiety. The grandeur and spectacle of these top Christmas celebrations are sure to linger for long in your memory. Some…

JetBlue Again Tops the List of all Frequent Flyer Programs
September 18, 2018 Nency Willims 0Comment

J.D. Power recently revealed its 2018 Airline Loyalty Program Satisfaction Study listing the airlines that offer the perfect frequent flyer program to its customers. In a survey conducted on 3,025 people between May and June the methodology adopted in J.D Power’s survey was simple, the survey queried loyalty program members about their satisfaction in these 4 areas in order of importance- Earning and redeeming rewards Program benefits Account management Member communication However, the program also took into consideration of how well the airline took into account factors like communicating clearly about the loyalty program to its members, ease of earning…

Winter Festivals in the USA
September 17, 2018 Nency Willims 0Comment

St. Paul Winter Carnival   St. Paul, Minnesota is one of the coldest cities in the U.S. and naturally one of the perfect selections to have a winter festival that qualifies as the nation’s biggest party. The St. Paul Winter Carnival is the oldest festival dating back to the year 1886. The carnival is perfect known for its gigantic 70-foot  ice palace in Saint Paul’s historic Rice Park. Grab a drink from the Ice bar and witness some mind-blowing work of art created by master sculptors. There are other engaging events like floats, a scavenger hunt, a dogsled race, a…