The USA has put 80% of the world on the Level Four: Do Not Travel advisory list for safety reasons, a total of 116 countries not recommended for Americans to visit now.
The magical destination of Tahiti re-opens to international tourism on May 1, 2021. Here’s why you should put Tahiti on your bucket list, especially it’s most famous island, Bora Bora, which sparkles with its diverse marine life, rugged mountain landscapes thick with colorful flowers and deep green trees, and luxurious glass-floored bungalows that seem to float over the pristine turquoise lagoons.
Elvis Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi on Jan 8, 1935, which celebrates its most famous native year round, not just on his birthday, when there are concerts of Elvis music and screenings of his most popular Hollywood movies. Tupelo is more low-key, and far less glitzy or crowded than Graceland, in Memphis, which he
The snow is falling and my skis and boots are itching for some action. Here’s what’s new for the 2020-21 winter season in Colorado Ski Country, including open dates for two dozen resorts. The big change this year is that many ski areas throughout the USA, including in Colorado, are requiring pre-purchase of lift tickets,
In this presidential election year, and 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, it is fitting that the National Park Service honors a memorial to Dwight D. Eisenhower. The memorial on the National Mall in Washington, DC, honors Eisenhower’s legacy as the World War II Supreme Allied Commander and nation’s 34th president. It
In celebration of the signing the Great American Outdoors Act, admission to national parks and public lands is FREE on August 5, 2020. In addition, August 4th is being designated as the “Great American Outdoors Day.” In future years, every August 4 will be a free entrance day to celebrate the signing of this landmark