New Jersey, USA can be visited at any time in the year. Summer is generally the ideal time to visit this State. It has a temperate climate, and the most popular destination to visit is the New Jersey Shore. Tourists often find the winters here harsh however summer and spring are milder with many festivals and a relatively lesser crowd compared to other tourist places in the USA.
If you want to take a tour in San Jose California for the first time, no matter you are from the USA or not, let this article be your Travel Guide. San Jose is a modern, lively city with flourishing trade, energic representations of art and architecture, and is driven by the tourism industry; is an important destination for foreign visitors. Starting from the beautiful National Theatre building, you immediately fall in love with San Jose. Fortunately, the city has much more to offer, so you can expect the best.
With 2.7 million inhabitants according to the 2016 census, Chicagoâ€™s Americaâ€™s third most populous city. And with its iconic skyline, colourful history and friendly locals, itâ€™s got lots to offer. Temperatures can be chilly, but in terms of culture, Chicagoâ€™s cool all year round â€” read on for five fab reasons why.
Most people, when they decide to visit the United States, only really think about going to the popular tourist destinations like New York, Las Vegas and Florida. Although they are all fantastic places to spend time in, it means that travellers miss out on some of the â€˜hiddenâ€™ gems the country has to offer. Maryland is a case in point. Less well-known than other states like Florida and California, the small state of Maryland, which sits on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay, is nevertheless home to some fantastic things to do and see. Here are some of them:
(The following is a guest post by Kenzie Brooks, Â from Kenzient Blog)
There is no question about it, Banff National Park is absolutely stunning. Everywhere you go, you will come across amazing landscapes featuring mountains, lakes, waterfalls, and wildlife. However, it all comes at a pretty hefty price.
Ever since Banff National Park was founded it has been a luxury destination. With some of the first hotels being luxury names like Fairmont (although back then they were owned by CP Rail), the only people that could afford to travel out west and to stay in these places had a lot of money. While traveling is much easier now and the prices arenâ€™t quite as sky high, watching your budget can be a little tricky.
Iâ€™ve spent many years living and working here, and I thought I could share with you my top ten favourite budget friendly things to see and do in Banff National Park!