You all know which sports are exclusively American I assume. I speak of Baseball, American Gridiron Football, Basketball and Lacrosse. The latter I can’t speak about but I suspect it is an amateur sports. The others are in the life blood of American society. Those cities that don’t have a AFL or NFL team are graced with a college or state team. The stadia built … Continue reading American Sports – Go See It!
Outside of Europe namely France and Spain which are the still the most popular destinations for the UK market the next most popular is Florida. Visitors flock to the centre of Florida to make homage to the multiple theme parks and associated tourist attractions that have been set up to capture this constant flow of visitors. Personally I must have visited the area over a … Continue reading Florida or just Orlando
I have one night to fill between Freeport Maine and Seabrook New Hampshire. Please can I reach out for your suggestions that will fit in between these places? 29 May – 30 May I can’t decide where to stay. Should I be on the coast or further inland? Continue reading New England between Freeport MN & Seabrook, NH
Here in the UK the price you see on the bill or price tag is the price you pay. Unless it is a service such as car repair or building where 20% VAT is added. So one of the most frustrating things for a UK visitor to America is going to the till with your $9.99 item and not knowing what the total bill be … Continue reading Tax Free States
On a previous blog I wrote about the Malls that you could feasibly visit on a long weekend trip to the States. Thinking about MY must visit stores that has been narrowed done over the years here is a list of my favourite places to get a Retail Thrill. I have to emphasise that some trips are really successful and others it is a struggle … Continue reading Shop to the Max
My Husband likes to visit a casino when we travel to the States. It isn’t something I enjoy and none of it makes sense to me. We have visited Las Vegas on a number of occasions as well as Atlantic City. These are two of the biggest casino resorts in America but when we have been on our road trips there has hardly ever been a … Continue reading Casinos – A road less travelled!
Within a 15 minute metro train of Washington D.C is the fascinatingly and historical town of Alexandria. If you take the metro to King Street there is a free shuttle bus to the water front. What is striking about this town are the cobbled roads and vintage houses all in the beautiful shadow of the Potomac River. It is easy to imagine how America looked … Continue reading Alexandria, VA