Vintage Train Rides in the U.S.

Vintage Train Rides in the U.S.

Train rides are an ideal way to get off the freeway and spend a day in parts of America rarely experienced by modern travelers. The steam locomotive operated by the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad pulls the adventurer into the Colorado wilderness in a...
How to Renew Your Passport

How to Renew Your Passport

With the world opening for international travel again, it’s passport renewal season for many people. Passport renewal was already a complex process, and now the State Department is constantly adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bookmark this guide to help...
Coastal Towns in Maine to Explore

Coastal Towns in Maine to Explore

Maine has 228 miles of coastline dotted with charming small towns waiting to be explored. Bath Situated along the Kennebec River banks, Bath is a quaint coastal town with a rich maritime history. The Maine Maritime Museum is open to visitors year-round, and...
Virtually Exploring Iceland

Virtually Exploring Iceland

Once upon a pre-pandemic time, people of little means who wanted to see the world did so from their couches and armchairs. During the pandemic, this form of international travel from one’s living room increased. Famous landmarks and galleries and museums set up...
Wintertime Camping for Beginners

Wintertime Camping for Beginners

Wintertime camping is an activity for the intrepid and the brave. It takes a tremendous love of the outdoors and nature to want to venture outside in ice, snow, or below-freezing temperatures just to go exploring and maybe light a campfire. For those willing to take...