Photo on VisualHunt.com – If you have even a few hours to spend in The City of Light, you’re in luck. No matter how many times you’ve glimpsed the Eiffel Tower on television or pretended you were French while munching on a macaron, there’s simply no substitute for visiting this magical place in person. Although most people...Continue reading
Posts by: RileyRiley is a full-time editor and writer in Texas, but on the weekends, you can find her hiking at the nearest park or researching flights to faraway places. She's a lover of literature, road trips, caramel macchiatos, and photography. Someday, she hopes to have visited every national park in the United States. Riley and her fiance operate their own travel blog called Riley + Christian Travel.
Photo Credit: Instagram – The United States has long been praised for its 58 impressive national parks. From Yosemite to Yellowstone to the Grand Canyon, these breathtaking parks are an intrinsic part of the American outdoors, and millions of visitors trek from far and wide to visit them each year. However, some of the national parks...Continue reading
Photo Credit – Pexels Ah, Los Angeles. It’s a city of sun, fame, and of course, unmistakable Hollywood glamour. Millions of people come from across the world to bask in its glitz, and chances are, you’ve also dreamed of glimpsing the magical place where so many stars were birthed. Three days might not seem like...Continue reading
Photo Credit – Instagram – The Grand Canyon. It’s undoubtedly one of the most famous natural sights in the world, and for good reason: it’s the second deepest canyon on the planet. The chasm stretches for 277 miles and spans up to 18 miles wide at points. Formed by the Colorado River over millions of years,...Continue reading