The General Grant National Memorial was a short yet exciting self-guided tour. The actual location seems hidden in a secret place that can easily be overlooked by people who are walking past. ... Read More
Quiet, Serene, and Tranquil describe my hike around Trillium Lake. There was a refreshing pine scent that filled the air, as a breeze gently swayed the tree branches. I hiked through the forest until I arrived at the mouth of the lake.
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I love history! That is why my next adventure led me to explore the nation’s oldest masonry fortress, The Castillo de San Marcos National Monument in St. Augustine, Florida.
It was built in the colonial era of the 1700’s and was used as a military defense to guard and protect Florida ... Read More
Union Street was full of life. The doors of businesses were open; pedestrians populated the sidewalks and traffic was heavy. Generally, the area was boisterous. However, when I entered the island that was in the middle of Union Street ... Read More
St. Maarten is a beautiful island. In St. Maarten, there are lots of history, culture and delicious local dishes. Upon my completion of touring both the Dutch and the French side of the island narrated by a tour guide on a tour bus, my friends and I decided that we ... Read More