A travel guide for visiting the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles, California. The La Brea Tar Pits is a collection of tar pits and museum located near downtown LA. This is one of my favorite “off the beaten path” attractions in Los Angeles… it’s neat, historic, and a natural wonder. How often do […]
A 7x speed timelapse of the intersection between Tokyo Station and the old Tokyo Post office. I love how orderly everything in Japan is!
35 tips to help you ride the trains, subway, and Shinkansen in Tokyo Japan. I cover everything you need to know to successfully navigate Tokyo’s public transportation system including how to buy tickets, how to plan your trip, and how to ride the train itself. Just some of the tips in the video: – Rail […]
The Museum of Ice Cream in Los Angeles is a totally fun way enjoy “art” and “ice cream” at the same time! The highlight of the Museum of Ice Cream is the Sprinkle Pool where you can bathe in millions of little plastic sprinkles! One of my favorites was definitely the banana room! If you […]
I’m going to Switzerland for a week and I’m looking for your help! Where should I go? What should I do? What should I eat? I’ve got 3 days in Zurich, 2 days in the Berner Oberland, and 2 days in Lucerne. Leave me a comment and let me know! Your suggestion might just be […]
A travel guide for visiting the Haleakala National Park in Maui Hawaii. The Haleakala National Park is very popular for viewing the sunrise, hiking, and watching the sunset. At over 10,000 feet in elevation the Haleakala Summit is an amazing place that is typically above the clouds of Maui.
A review of the Sheraton Waikiki hotel in Waikiki, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. The Sheraton Waikiki is located in the center of Waikiki right behind the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, and is directly oceanfront. I really enjoyed the location of the Sheraton Waikiki because it is so central. I found the Sheraton Waikiki overall to be […]
A guide for hiking the Diamond Head Crater in Oahu Hawaii. If you enjoy hiking, then the Diamond Head Hike is definitely a must on your visit to Oahu. Originally built in 1908 by the Army, the Diamond Head hiking trails takes you to an elevation of 762 feet with impressive views of Waikiki from […]