Florida Rules for Shark Fishing
Nothing beats the excitement of landing a 200-pound shark. South Florida’s crystal blue waters are perfect for a day in the sun and surf, baiting your line and looking for the prize shark that will give you bragging rights for years.
Interesting Places Near San Angelo, Texas
San Angelo is a virtual oasis in the arid West Texas plains, with three lakes and the Concho River running through the heart of the city.
Campgrounds Near Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam
At 726 feet tall, Hoover Dam, with 6.6 million tons of concrete and 45 million pounds of reinforced steel, is an engineering marvel.
What Is the General Climate in Arizona?
While you may imagine Arizona as a vast desert with a giant canyon slicing through it, its climate is, in fact, quite diverse, with three distinct physiographic regions. The desert climate of Arizona is in the southwestern part of the state and along the west where Arizona borders Nevada and California. To the north-northeast, the…
Cheap Ways to Travel From Washington, DC to Atlanta, Georgia
The notion of traveling cheaply may conjure up images of long trips, lengthy layovers, uncomfortable seats, or waiting on standby for hours or even days. But with enough planning, you can comfortably travel between Washington, D.C. and Atlanta, Georgia, without breaking the bank. Check your credit card and bank rewards to see if you qualify…
How to Vacation on the Blue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a scenic 469-mile drive through Virginia and North Carolina. Some of the oldest mountains in the world are within this stretch of the Appalachian Mountains, including Mount Mitchell, the highest peak in the eastern U.S. Other natural wonders include the oldest river in North America, ironically named the New River,…
Best Time to Visit Washington DC
Over 20 million people visit Washington, D.C., every year. Most of them between March and June, with a break in visitation during the notoriously hot and humid summer months of July and August. Travelers return to the city briefly in late September through October, before the city goes quiet in winter when visits drop to…
Things to Know About Vacationing in Jamaica
The birthplace of Bob Marley, where everytin’ irie (Jamaican patois for “everything’s all right”), Jamaica is an island paradise like no other. The country has a diverse and proud culture, crystal blue waters and reef-lined beaches. Vacationers spend their days jumping off cliffs, zip lining through the trees or relaxing on beautiful beaches while drinking…
What Famous Chefs Have Restaurants in Washington, D.C.
For many years, Washington, D.C., wasn’t considered a foodie destination, but in the new millennium, the nation’s capital has seen a renaissance of gastronomic culture. Top Chef season six contestant Mike Isabella made his name with a number of restaurants in the District of Columbia, and José Andrés, a chef known for his humanitarian endeavors,…
The 10 Most Popular Places to Visit in Washington, D.C.
Gleaming white stone shaped in tribute to those who built America reflect in man-made pools, while squat rectangular buildings house natural, scientific and American histories in Washington, D.C. In the shadow of those who have come before, the gears of government continue to grind. Visiting the nation’s capital is a journey to everything that makes America…