If you thought staying in the heart of Hollywood on a backpacker’s budget is not an option, think again! USA Hostels Hollywood offers accommodation in dorms and private rooms aimed at budget travelers, steps away from the Walk of Fame and the major tourist attractions in the area. You’re … more »
The United States of America and Canada.
Even though Mexico is indeed North-America too, for the purposes of this site it has been listed under Latin America.
For almost two years I have chronicled my experiences with consulates of countries around the world. That guy was horrible! Those people are so inconsiderate! Doesn’t X country want tourists to spend their dollars there ? Belize is racist against Indians and Chinese! (they charge $250 for Indians and $2,500 … more »
Driving in the USA is quite an experience. The scenery changes rapidly and quite drastically sometimes. As you drive from Flagstaff in the mountains near the Grand Canyon towards Phoenix, lush pine forests will give way to canyons greened by rivers which will eventually bring you to red rocky mountains … more »
If you’re starving… head to the USA! This country serves the most massive portions of food we’ve ever come across in 5 continents! For instance, this “slice” of carrot cake! Served by a cowboy inspired diner in Route 66, Arizona, this thing would be enough to feed an entire family! … more »
Greetings from Las Vegas! After you’ve read the post about our wedding day in Delhi, you’d be surprised to know that… we just got married in Las Vegas! What… again?! Well, not really! To understand what happened here we need to rewind a few months… We had decided to get married … more »
Today’s photo of the day takes us to NYC! Walking around NYC sure is a treat. For a non-American it feels quite surreal because everything looks very familiar (i.e. if you’ve watched American sitcoms or Hollywood movies). This fine morning, we slept in late but ended up having lunch in … more »
Chicago is a great city to hang out. A lot of live music, restaurants, art: this is metropolitan life at its best! The same exact feeling applies to Chicago Getaway Hostel, where we stayed at during the time we spent in Chicago. The moment you enter the spacious lobby of … more »
Cloud Gate is a monument found in Chicago’s Millennium Park. Due to its shape, everyone knows this structure better as “The Bean”. Apparently, The Bean has been inspired in liquid mercury. Its shape does reminds us a bit of something out of the movie Terminator: Looking at the city … more »
Spotted in one of the most iconic places in New York City, Times Square, these creatures were roaming around looking for tourists. Were they friendly offering cookies and hugs around?! Oh no… those are the Cookie Monster and Elmo from the past! Now they click photos with the tourists and charge … more »
We spotted these ducks while visiting the Brooklyn Flea Market on a given weekend. Apparently, Brooklyn and specifically the area of Williamsburg (where the market is held) is where the hipsters of New York City congregate to do hipster things, talk the hipster talk and eat pretty regular things with … more »