Visit Assateague Islands in Eastern Virginia

Posted by on Aug 7, 2018 in Travel |

The Assateague Islands lie close to Ocean City of Maryland. The boardwalk and beachside attractions here are not the only things that will draw you here, but the wild and untamed natural beauty of this place. It spans 37 miles and is considered a crowning jewel of the place. Hence, among places to see in the mid Atlantic coast make this part of your checklist as well.

You will find ponies running wild here as well as maritime forests and salt marshes. The unspoiled white sandy beaches are wonderfully isolated, compared to the crowds that you will find at other popular beach destinations here. If you wish to take a break from the urban landscapes of Washington or Boston this is a peaceful place to plan to visit.

Assateague State Park is the main place to visit here, known for colonies of wild horses and sandy beaches. It is a barrier island park that is famous for wild horses that migrate here. The sandy beaches are popular with tourists and you could plan to put up camp here or go fishing.

Another place to savor wildlife on this island is Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. You could book a local tour to take you through the series of protected beaches on this stretch, forests that have wild ponies and water fowl in marshlands as well as check out the historic lighthouse located here. Sarah and Tommy, roofers in Albany, are friends who got engaged at this amazing spot and have visited here often over the years.  They said you could also go fishing in many designated water bodies here. The lighthouse is an important landmark of this place that has a height of 142 ft whose top offers panoramic vistas.

Amusement and theme parks are also present here that would be much more delightful to children for sure. Old West style campgrounds and amusements such as pony rides, bank holdups and cancan shows make for unique fun in places like Frontier Town Western Theme Park, Bajaj Amusements.

You could also take a cruise to Sinepuxent Bay. It is an inland waterway; it connects Chincoteague Bay to the Isle of Wight Bay, which connects to the Atlantic Ocean by the Ocean City Inlet.

White sand beaches, pristine waters and wildlife await you at this unique island destination.

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Visiting Longmont In Weld County, Colorado

Posted by on May 23, 2018 in Travel |

If you visit the interiors of Colorado you will come across Longmont in the Weld County. It is a tourist friendly city that has several amenities, though it would probably not feature in the standard list of US cities to visit. However, the city has several upcoming real estate communities and easy transportation means, choices in recreational programs and so forth. With several upcoming employment opportunities, it is fast becoming one of the ideal places to plan a move and start a family.

Longmont history dates back to 1871 when a group of people created the first establishment here, coming from Chicago, Illinois. Known as Chicago, Colorado Colony, the men should memberships to the community to those who purchased lands. In this way the first community was built in Boulder County. The initial years saw growth of agriculture as well as the Colorado Central Railroad lines that went across the region.

Even if a small town, the recreational programs are varied. Families can put up at golf clubs and resorts where they can engage in leisure activities such as golf, creative arts, fitness programs and other games. There are different outdoor activity centers about town such as the Mile Hi Skydiving facility that is known to be the largest for skydiving in Longmont, Colorado.

There are several craft breweries about this town as well, such as the 300 Suns, Wibby Brewing, Shoes and Brews, Grossen Bart which are unique experiences for visitors. Longmont is close to the Rocky Mountains, one can plan a visit to the Rocky Mountain National Park here, which offers services such as accommodation and eateries as well.

Other places of local attraction here comprise of the St Vrain State Park known for camping and hiking opportunities as well as Boulder Creek which is ideal for fishing and water recreational activities. This particular creek that is about 31 miles long flows through the Rocky Mountains and moves to Boulder. Rafting or fishing along this creek are popular activities for tourists here.

Other unique experiences in this region would include a visit to the City of Longmont where the Sandstone Ranch is. Here you would also enjoy ranch activities.

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What To See In Vienna, Austria with your Friends…

Posted by on Feb 23, 2018 in Travel |

Vienna is known to be the largest city and capital of Austria which has a population of 1.8 million, showcasing the large area it spans as the primary city of the country. It is also known to be an important political, economic and cultural center of the European Union. It is also known to be the seventh largest city in this region and is the largest city that has the maximum population of German speaking inhabitants. Vienna hosts the headquarters of several international organizations such as OPEC and United Nations.

The city is known to be City of Music as it has a rich legacy of music. It is also known as the City of Dreams as it is home of Sigmund Freud, the first psychoanalyst in the world. The roots of the city lie in the Roman and Celtic settlements that came here during the medieval times. It is known for the classical music and leads the way for European classical music. The richness of its history is showcased in the architectural ensembles such as gardens and Baroque castles in this city.

There are several places of historic interest as well as scenic beauty that one would discover in this European city. Schonbrunn Palace is one of the famous landmarks to see here. It is a Baroque era palace that was a summer palace in the 18th century, known for its opulent interiors.

Hofburg is a Baroque palace complex that is known for baroque, ornate interiors; there is a silver museum and imperial apartments here that are worth seeing.

St Stephen’s Cathedral is a famous religious landmark to see here; known to have been an important Catholic place of worship in the medieval Roman empire, it is a must see for all visitors to Vienna.

Belvedere in Vienna has several 18th century palaces to see which have art of the middle Ages and even modern contemporary art.

Prater is a park that has several amusements to offer, including a giant wheel that dates back to 1897.

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Top Places To Visit In Switzerland

Posted by on Nov 23, 2017 in Travel |

Switzerland is the most popular tourist destination for honeymooners and many couples from all over the world come to this place to enjoy their vacation. Yet another reason for its popularity is that it is bordered by Austria, Germany, France and Italy and this gives it a strategic advantage. Visitors can easily cover different locations by staying in Switzerland. The entire place is very small and has lots of tourist attractions.


This is the best location according to popular travel magazines for skiing enthusiasts as it is well known to be the best ski resort of Switzerland. Located at the base of the Matterhorn, this also happens to be the most popular peak of the Alps in this region. Tourists coming to this place with family members also enjoy shopping and dining at some of the exotic locales of the city.

Chillon Castle

The amazing castle has nearly 100 buildings that happen to the former residence of the royal family. The place has three courtyards that date back to the eleventh century. You can also get the beautiful view of the lake next to the castle and this is the best place to spend a quiet evening with your loved ones during the vacation.

Geneva Jet Deau

This is situated in the central part of Switzerland and has the tallest fountain of the world that throws water to a height of nearly 140 meters. It happens to be most identified symbol of the city and dates back to 1891. Along with this, visitors also enjoy the amazing attractions of the Red Crescent Museum and other historic monuments in this city.

Swiss National Park

The amazing park spreads across a vast area and covers most part of the country. It is a safe place for marmots and other birds like eagles.

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Beijing, China – Why You Should Visit

Posted by on Nov 6, 2017 in Travel |

Beijing is the capital city of the People’s Republic of China has the status of being the second most populous cities of the world. Located in the northern part of China it is a municipality that is directly controlled by the national government. It is divided into rural, urban and suburban districts that are sixteen in number. There is the national capital region as well as the Tianjin municipality and the Jingjinji metropolitan region, which form the three divisions of the city.

The city has a longstanding ancient history as well as a modern façade that still holds onto several traditional architectural landmarks. Being a seat of commerce, art, culture and industries of different categories, it comes second to Shanghai, which is the largest city of the nation as per urban population.

There are several reasons why one should visit Beijing. The history of the city is rich and dates back to three millennia which make it older than other major cities of the world. It has been the capital of four ancient empires that ruled the country. Geographically the city is surrounded by mountains on three sides and has city walls that line its interiors and exteriors. It is known for the gardens, parks, temples, palaces, walls and gates as well as tombs that make the city rich and enthralling to check out.

The Great Wall, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace, and Forbidden City are some of the renowned world heritage sites that are present in this city. The city also houses a large number of world famous universities and companies that form the Fortune Global 500 list. The economic expansion of the city and its modernization phase has led to the modern face of the city that is defined by several skyscrapers in the city.

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Moscow, Russia – Top 3 Things To See

Posted by on Oct 17, 2017 in Travel |

This is the most populous and the capital city of Russia, which has about 13.2 million residents. Known as a Russian federal city, this is the center of the country that houses the main political activities, cultural, economic and scientific centers. It is also a significant destination and the largest city of Eastern Europe. Moscow is considered one of the largest cities of the world and it is one of the largest urban economies. Being ranked one of the alpha global cities of the world, you will experience a cold, northern temperate climate here.

The city is located by Moskva River and it is one of the most populated inland cities of the continent. It is one of the greenest capital cities of the world. The city was the seat of several political states such as the Grand Duchy of Moscow, which existed in medieval times after which the Tsardom of Russia existed here for some time after which came the Russian Empire and the Russian Federation. It is also a seat of Russian culture and has several theatres, museums as well as academic institutions of world fame.

There are several unique landmarks to visit in this city. The Ostankino Tower is one of the tallest and freestanding structures of the world which is a must see; you will also get to check out the Federation Tower here, known as the tallest skyscraper among all European countries. Among the historic buildings that are worth checking out here is the Saint Basil’s Cathedral. This historic, religious building has brightly colored domes and unique architecture and expressions of medieval art that make it a must see in this city.

The above points showcase the diverse culture and heritage that Moscow has. With modern landmarks and retail entertainment destinations, a visitor to the city can expect to have a full itinerary for touring the city.


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The 3 Top Places to Visit in Washington DC

Posted by on Oct 12, 2017 in Travel |

Washington DC does not need any introduction. Located in the District of Columbia, it is the Capital of the United States of America.  This capital district was formed by the Residence Act signed in 1790. It is located by the Potomac River and it is on the East Coast of the country. This area was formed by taking land from the adjoining states of Virginia and Maryland. The region comprises of settlements of Alexandria and Georgetown which were pre existing.

The region was named in honor of President George Washington and the region was recognized to be the national capital in 1791. Washington today has a population of about 681,170. The metropolitan area of the city has a population of about six million. The district has its own administrative system which comprises of a mayor and a council of 13 members. Congress however has superior authority on the city.

The city is a beautiful place to visit besides its political importance. The attractions of the city are numerous that include three of the places you must visit if you are in town: Capitol Hill, West End and National Mall.

National Mall is a National Park, which comprises of several museums, government buildings, monuments and memorials. Here one can check out landmarks like the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and Reflecting Pool, National Museum of Natural History, National Gallery of Art, Jefferson Memorial, National Air and Space Museum and several others.  A good friend, Amanda, owns Purity Hair Design found here: has visited many of these places and highly recommended to us the tours available that will leave you in awe of the rich history in Washington DC.

West End comprises of the White House, Kennedy Center and Textile Museum. When one visits the Capitol Hill one will see the Supreme Court and Capitol Building here. These are some of the numerous famous landmarks to be found here. This city is also an important cultural destination and has several museums and performing arts centers worth visiting. With a well established transportation system and tourist facilities, those who come here can expect to have well guided tours and a comprehensive view of the city in different ways.

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