Smack dab in the middle of the country, Omaha is easy to get to from all directions and a great long weekend destination you probably haven’t considered. Get ready to shatter your expectations and be pleasantly surprised by Nebraska’s largest city. I certainly was.
Everyone knows Lake Tahoe as an epic winter ski destination, but summer is actually the secret season to visit. Straddling two states, it’s a super accessible adventure with both mountains and water as an oasis.
With Spring Break rolling around, there’s no better time to head to the Sunshine State. But if you’re like me and like seeing as much as possible on your time off, these Florida road trips are a great way to cover a lot of ground.
Since falling out of favor with millennials and those migrating west, St. Louis has put a significant emphasis on urban renewal and revitalization projects to lure tourists back. If you haven’t visited lately, you may not even recognize it.
Beaumont’s culinary scene is a beguiling mix of Lonestar pride, Southern staples, and Cajun flavors that make for Texas-sized portions with a touch of Creole soul and seasoning. If you haven’t given the Beaumont restaurant scene a look lately – give it another chance.
Chicago’s food, lake, theater, and arts all contribute to the rich cultural tapestry and there are a number of iconic things to do and signature places to eat that are required to have the quintessential Windy City experience.
With sweeping desertscapes, cacti bigger than your head, and towering mountain peaks, Phoenix is one of the most desirable cities in the country for its unique landscapes, hot hot heat, and endless bouts of sunshine.
Whether you’re a history buff, motorhead, photographer, road trip enthusiast, or general travel lover, driving Route 66 is a trip everyone should take at least once in their lifetime. Here’s how to get your kicks on the Mother Road.