Welcome to the Dam, this city is one of a kind - and were talking one of a kind experiences today. Not only is one of the most beautiful cities on Earth, it's also home to some crazy experiences you can only have here. Check out these five things to do on your next trip to Amsterdam.
This observation tower is now one of the most popular attractions in Rotterdam. Back in 1960 the Euromast was originally built for the Floriade, a big garden festival. Now it attracts visitors from all over the world all year long! People come here to stand above the city, dine in at one of the restaurants, or even spend the night in the hotel in the clouds!
So what are the things to do in Milwaukee? I’ll admit I felt my list is not as impressive as it should be, but the Milwaukee Public Market was surly at the top! I originally had it written down as just something to see, but after reading about it on their website my mouth was drooling and we were on our way fro lunch!
This probably is not the first image you had in mind when thinking of Wisconsin. Cheese? Snow? Beer? Maybe those are more reasonable, but a beach!? It was surely not what I expected, I mean it didn’t even show up in my things to do in Wisconsin search! But thank goodness our local friend Jon saved the day.
Growing up I feel truly blessed getting to travel as much as I did. My family loved going on trips together, I got to travel a bunch for swimming, and tagged along every now and then when my Dad had out of state meetings. When I was young I may not have taken each destination into appreciation like I should have or really had the opportunity to explore, so I officially added it to my bucket list to see all fifty states by the time I am fifty!
When researching ‘Things to do in Osaka’ the Osaka Castle kept popping up so I finally broke down and added it to our list. After all a little culture surly couldn’t hurt us. It ended up being so beautiful and provided us an amazing overlook of the city of Osaka.
When I was doing research for this trip, there was no shortage of adventures. In fact, I had so much written down that I knew our two weeks in Japan wouldn’t even scratch the surface of all the fun! But, when I found out Osaka had one of the biggest aquariums, complete with Whale Sharks… our plans were magically cleared up ;)
Welcome to Tokyo Disney Sea! This magical slice of Disney lives in the outskirts of Tokyo right on the…sea! I was so excited to check this park off my bucket list. Now, I know some great tips to help make your first visit, and my next, the most magical visit it can be! Now lets get started 😎
These three museum are unlike any museums you’ll ever go to. from double takes, cold seats and a few shocking surprises your in for a real adventure here in South Korea…
It's tricky to rock a rhyme, to rock a rhyme that's right on time - It's tricky tricky tricky! Welcome to the Tricky Eye Museum where everything might not be as it seems. These walls here are no ordinary walls, grab your best buddy and come see for your self!
I absolutely LOVE to see a city from a birds eye view. So it was no question that Rashawn and I had to see the Tokyo Tower while visiting Tokyo. There are so many reasons to visit Japan - and Tokyo Tower is one of them!
The Tower is 1,092 feet tall, which is just a couple hundred feet shorter than the Empire State Building! There are actually two observation decks on the tower, one at 150 meters and one at 250 meters! Both vary in hours of operation, cost, and overall experience.
Welcome to the Raccoon Cafe in Seoul, South Korea! This is one of the most unique experiences you could ever have. When I first stumbled upon this ‘thing’ i was so intrigued because these raccoons were sitting on people's laps, getting cuddles and freaking smiling. The raccoons I know dig through trash cans and hiss at you while mugging you down with there beety green eyes. Anyone else?
Welcome to the Seoul Fortress Wall! Before heading to South Korea I did a lot of research on stuff to do + things to see, and stumbled across this amazing sight. Online it sounded like the Great Wall of China - but Seoul version! The only problem - I had no idea where the heck it was or how to find it! So, it seemed like a far out dream to actually see it.
Welcome to Namsan Seoul Tower! This amazing place is a communication and observation tower open to the public for amazing views, restaurants, shops, photo ops, and unique attractions. But the most famous reason? LOVE LOCKS!
Are you ready to explore over 700 acres of rainbow magic? The Painted Mines Interpretive Park is a free adventure just outside of Colorado Springs. This beautiful park is home to hiking, stunning views, and lots of historical information.
Welcome to Colorado's own Rocky Mountains National Park! This park ranks in at number 4 on National Geographic's most visited parks so you know I'm not lying when I say it's the beez kneez! The park is open 24 hours a day 365 days a year with hiking, camping, siting see and more all year long - it does not get much better than this.
Welcome to the 5th most popular park in our system! Zion National Park is home to some incredible experiences, so it's no wonder why 4.5 million people came to Zion last year! This National Park is part of the 5 parks in Utah but is a popular destination for visitors in both Nevada and Utah since it sits close to the state border.
Welcome to the North Rim! Fun fact:only 10% of all people who have been to the Grand Canyon, have been to the North Rim! You may be wondering what the heck the North Rim even is!? The Grand Canyon is one big park, but it is separated by two sides, the South Rim and the North Rim. The South Rim was responsible for 90% of last years 6 MILLION visitors.