Top 3 Wettest Places in US

For those in the DC metropolitan area, you’ve been seemingly plagued by a record-setting streak of rain. For the past 16 days, our HQ has been hammered with clouds and sprinkled with rain—and there doesn’t seem to be any sun in our near future. In fact, we haven’t seen a mostly sunny day since April 17th! Because of this beautiful weather, it got us thinking about some of the wettest towns in towns in the US—and the list may actually surprise you. So if you’re sick of the rain, this

By: rmarides12 Aug 2016Read More

The Weisn

Since the wedding of King Ludwig I and Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen on October 12th, 1810, a festival of beer and celebrations has taken place in Munich, Germany. The fairgrounds are located on what is called Theresienwiese ("Theresa’s fields") named after Princess Therese. Though the celebrations have grown immensely since 1810, the idea behind the festival is not forgotten, especially by the locals. Today, over 6 million people come from all over the world to join in on everythi

Taking on Travelers

Over this week, the Travelers Golf Tournament has begun e in Cromwell, Connecticut. This tournament is a huge draw for golf fans across far and wide, spanning from golf fans in New England as well as internationally. This year, this prestigious tournament takes place from August 1st through August 7th at the TPC River Highlands. On a normal year, this tournament runs in June, but because golf is now back in the Olympics, they had to shuffle the typical PGA schedule. Travelers Championship Tourna

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Eating Your Way Through Barcelona

Barcelona, known for its nightlife, beautiful beaches and even better food, is without a doubt, one of the most amazing cities to visit in Europe. Upon traveling there, it is nearly impossible to have a meal that you won’t spend the next few hours drooling over. Whether it's breakfast, lunch, dinner or treating yourself to dessert, you simply cannot go wrong wherever you go. Below, find some of the top restaurants in Barcelona that you will not regret visiting. To start, brunch is how those f

By: rmarides29 Jul 2016Read More

The City of Brotherly Love

Established on October 27, 1682, the "City of Brotherly Love" is a city known for its rich American history and is a great place to take your family for a weekend getaway. Philly has many famous landmarks and restaurants and this week especially makes it significant because it's hosting the Democratic National Convention. But enough about that. Let's start our tour! Once you get to Philly, we recommend starting your trip with a visit to Independence Hall, where both the Declaration of Independe

A Day in Dallas

Traveling through the heart of Texas in the summer gives a visitor insight into this metropolitan city rich in both culture and history. There's never a dull moment in this beautiful city that has endless opportunities and always something new to do. Whether you want to explore the history and art within the city or spend time outdoors at a sporting event, there is something for everyone. Below is a list of some of our favorite things to do in Dallas, no matter your age or interest. Dealey Pl

Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park provides scenic views and diverse hiking trails throughout Maine. Over 5,000 years ago, Native Americans were the original inhabitants of what is today the area that the Acadia National Parks encompasses. After Native Americans, the French and the English began to arrive, and as the 1800s came about, more and more pioneers came to take advantage of the natural resources that the area had to offer as well as beginning to industrialize the area. At the end of the 1800s, the is


Known as the heart and capital of Italy, Rome is a destination that cannot be missed by those that love to travel internationally. Whether you are visiting for just a few days or looking to spend your summer here, you will never become bored of this beautiful and ancient city. Eating, shopping and sightseeing are just a few of the thousands of things to do in Rome. It is nearly impossible to walk down a street in Rome without seeing a building, sculpture or artwork of some sort without historic

San Francisco for the Summer

Ready to get out of the heat? Try visiting San Francisco for your holiday vacation this summer. Robert Frost said, “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” This quote serves just as a glimpse into the refreshing and cool weather that San Francisco has to offer. Besides the weather, there are so many attractions in and around San Francisco. Golden Gate Bridge & Golden Gate Park One of the most well-known symbols of San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge is a mus

Brooklyn Flea’s “Smorgasburg” – The Ultimate Food Festival

Located at East River State Park—Kent Ave. and N. 7th Street on the Williamsburg River—Smorgasburg Saturdays are a famous event for those who are in Brooklyn for the summer. Whether you are a local or a tourist, this event will be sure have you stuffed to the brim when leaving. The Smorgasburg Brooklyn Flea Food Market is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 6pm. It's packed with foodies, locals and tourists alike, be sure to get there early! Once you arrive, you can find fresh food,