One of the main features of Yellowstone Park is its abundant thermal activity. Sitting on top of an active volcano, the constantly changing landscape features more than 500 geysers and numerous hot springs. From what I had seen of similar places elsewhere in the world (such as the Maori village
This post is sponsored by e-visa, the specialists in visa and ESTA applications There is so much to explore in the United States – whether it is cities or countryside, well known tourist attractions or lesser known places. But, as with any country, there are a few things you need
One of the many reasons to visit Montana is its long and rich history. Some of the best places to explore that history in Southeast Montana are the state parks and national monuments. And you can also discover history of a different kind: natural history and geology. The Long History
Like most frequent travellers, I eat in a lot of restaurants. I try (not always successfully) to avoid tourist establishments, but I only write about those places that catch my attention in some way. So why would I choose to write about a reconstructed historic building with staff in period
Pennsylvania is home to more than 200 covered wooden bridges, almost 30 of them in Lancaster County. They summon up a bygone era, although they are still very much in use. I set out to find out more about the bridges of Lancaster County. What are Covered Bridges? There is
The two main industries of New York State’s Finger Lakes region are agriculture and glass. The agriculture is visible everywhere, from the orchards to the vineyards. But the glass may come as a surprise to the uninitiated visitor. Yet for more than 150 years the town of Corning has been
The steep slopes and glacial soil of the Finger Lakes region of New York State create a perfect environment for growing grapes. Today the area has more than 200 wineries: small, local vineyards, many of them owned by the same families for several generations. I took a tour with Experience!