24 Hours in Anchorage

Anchorage is the biggest city in the entire state of Alaska. It is located in the southcentral region of Alaska and has a population of approximately 300,000 people. This may Read More


The Ultimate Guide to Wrangell-St Elias National Park

We woke up early in the morning in Fairbanks to start our journey to the east. Our destination? The Wrangell-St Elias National Park. Characterized by its remote location, glaciers and Read More


Mammoth Cave National Park – The Infinite Tunnels

On a daily basis, when my alarm goes off and I know that I have to go to work, it is almost impossible for me to get out of bed. Read More


24 hours in Chicago

Home to the 2016 World Series champions and the deep dish pizza, ‘Windy City’ Chicago is the global capital of architecture and one of the most important business centers on Read More


24 hours in Madison

Madison is a secret well-kept. This city, with a population of approximately 250,000, is surrounded by five lakes and is said to have the highest numbers of restaurants per capita Read More


Zion National Park – The Promised Land

Zion is according  to most travelers and adventure-seekers one of the most popular and beautiful national parks in the country. This comes to no surprise. Aside from the beauty of Read More


Monument Valley – The Valley within the Rock

The Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, a 91,696 acres park inside the Navajo Nation and located next to the small Indian town of Goulding, extends into Arizona and Utah and Read More


Grand Canyon National Park – An Adventure of 17 Million Years

The Grand Canyon. Or more accurately, the Magnificent Canyon. Because let’s face it, this is one magnificent rock formation. Mother Nature did her job really well on this one. If Read More


Arches National Park – A Rock-climbing Heaven

Due to the ridiculous desire to see all possible national parks in two weeks’ time, we were only able to spend one day in Arches National Park. When arriving at Read More


Death Valley National Park – The Enchanted Desert

In terms of crazy landscapes, Death Valley has to be in the top ten. It is the driest, lowest and hottest park in the entire country, making it the national Read More