Interstate 94 runs just shy of 1,600 miles across seven states in the Midwestern part of the United States. Its eastern side begins right on the US and Canadian border near Port Huron, Michigan. And the western terminus is in Billings, Montana.
In this post, we’re going to focus on the path of I-94 through two states: Michigan and Illinois. We’ll highlight some of the cities and attractions you’ll find along I-94 from its easternmost point.
Who says that you need to go camping or head into the wilderness to enjoy the beautiful night sky? There are amazing planetariums across the country where you can get your fill of constellations, planets, and stars. Ready to learn more?
Well, you’re in luck.
Gondolas have become increasingly popular across the US. While at first they were developed to move packs of skiers and snowboarders to their slopeside destinations, today gondolas are a fantastic way to get incredible views of cities, seascapes and mountain range across the country.
In this post, we’re going to highlight some of the best.
Are you ready to go up, up, and away?
Only 45 minutes away from heavily tourist populated Seattle – Tacoma, Washington often gets overlooked. But, why? It’s every bit as happening, and attractive. (And it’s less expensive too!)
In this post, you will find a quick run through of the different things there are to see and love, in Tacoma.
People love to visit a city like San Francisco for lots of reasons. There’s the cool architecture, great food in places like Chinatown, tons of shopping, and of course, the Golden Gate Bridge. But you might be surprised to find one of the most popular attractions has to do with sea lions.
Yes, that’s right!
One of the best cities in the country to see sea lions in is San Francisco. And it’s one reason people flock to this part of the country.
In this post, we’re going to highlight all of the main spots and hidden gems you can check out sea lions. From the biggest tourist spots to some of the secret places the locals know about, you’ll find them all here.
Ready to get started?
When most people head to Las Vegas, The Strip is their primary destination. Of course, who can blame them, right? There’s a never-ending stream of things to do, see, eat, and drink.
But, sometimes all that activity can get overwhelming, and people want a little bit of a break.
Thankfully, the Las Vegas area offers plenty of that too. While many people get in the car and drive to the Grand Canyon, others head to a lesser known, but still fascinating spot: the Amargosa Sand Dunes.
In this post, we’re going to tell you a little bit about this hidden gem in the Nevada Desert that is a favorite of the locals.
If you were you to search top cities in the United States to visit, Philadelphia would show up on multiple lists. Why? Because, whatever you are searching for, whether it is culture, history- or cheesesteaks- “The City of Brotherly Love” has all of it.
Interstate 35 is a major highway located in the central United States. And if you ever find yourself nearby, you could make a road trip out of it! It spans all the way from Laredo, Texas to Duluth, Minnesota, with plenty of sights to see in between. If you do decide to road trip, make it memorable by adding these must-visit attractions to your itinerary in three Midwestern states.