Day Trips from Las Vegas

The city of Las Vegas is famous for its colourful casinos, vibrant nightlife scene and exciting entertainment options. However, the city is surrounded by a large number of interesting natural attractions that are just waiting to be visited. The roads that lead to the area’s scenic spots are lined with refreshment stands where motorists can […] Read more »

Las Vegas vacation getaway

Las Vegas is one of the greatest destinations for a fun and exciting getaway. Whether you’re celebrating a bachelor or bachelorette party, your 21st birthday, or just looking to party in one of the many lavish casinos, there’s something for everyone in Las Vegas. If you’re out for adventure, concerts, relaxation, nightlife, or gambling, you’re […] Read more »

Las Vegas vs Macau

For many years people considered Las Vegas to be the capital of gambling in the world. It surely was, with millions of tourists visiting the 104 casinos in Las Vegas. But with the beginning of new millennium, Las Vegas got its competition in Southern China: Macau. Called by many the “Asian Las Vegas”, in the […] Read more »

Ten things to do while in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is one of the few cities in the world that can evoke such strong mental images and emotional connections upon the statement of its name. Las Vegas doesn’t have the elitist grandeur and size of New York City, the spice of Miami, the romance of Paris, or the voodoo of New Orleans. What […] Read more »

6 Translation Apps to Make Your Trip Smoother

In 2014 alone, more than 68.3 million Americans went abroad, and many of their destinations did not have English as the main language. Although it’s inevitable for you to run into language barriers, you can utilize modern technology to your advantage. Download one of these six apps to ease translation worries while on vacation. iTranslate […] Read more »

Could the Side-Slip Airplane Seat Change the Boarding Process Game Forever?

One of the most frustrating parts of a flight comes at the very beginning: The slow-moving and cramped boarding process is a constant hassle. Dozens of people, loaded down with heavy bags (and kids and strollers), attempt to navigate their way to their seats by squeezing past one another in an impossibly thin aisle. Even […] Read more »

How to Keep a Great Travel Journal

In an age when much of human communication takes place in 140 characters or less, somehow the travel journal still persists. There are many wonderful reasons to catalogue a trip, from recording facts to sharing the experience with others, chronicling advice or travel tips from locals, quashing boredom in the airport or during solo meals, processing the […] Read more »