Press play! Part 2 debrief…We planned on visiting Top of the rock for sunset, but it was super foggy! We still got a great view and I felt bad for the people arriving after us, who saw nothing. Due to the fog, we missed out on a nighttime view of Manhattan but I know we… Continue reading New York part 2.
New York has got to be my favourite city through America so far. We have loved our first three nights here and have made the most of our time! New York has so much to do so we are very happy to have a total of 6 nights in this big, busy and beautiful city.… Continue reading New York part 1.
We came to Nashville for the country music experience. Broadway, in downtown Nashville had tonnes of bars, cafes and restaurants playing country music at all hours. It was perfect. I love how people in America sit on their porch and watch the world go by. In each place we visit, I love to explore the suburbs… Continue reading Nashville
Memphis was our 2 night stop over as we travelled from New Orleans to Nashville. Catching the train was such a relaxed way to travel, and the 9 hour ride went really fast. We got a chance to soak up the beautiful American scenery. As we arrived in Memphis, we begun to plan our 1… Continue reading Memphis
I wanted to come to New Orleans for the food (Francis will get to that). But we saw and explored so much more. I just loved walking around New Orleans. Such stunning buildings and culture. We love people watching, and listening to all of the locals interact with each other (and us) was an easy way… Continue reading New Orleans
The Grand Canyon was simply stunning! I seriously felt like I was staring at a painting all day, it didn’t look real. We decided to go to the south rim of the canyon. While this takes much longer to get to from Vegas than the west rim (9hrs driving total for the south rim), the… Continue reading The Grand Canyon
We checked out of our hotel in the morning and our flight wasn’t until the evening. What did we do? Hire a car and head to the Valley of Fire. Car hire and gas can be so cheap in America ($35 car and $9 gas). It takes about 1hr-1.30min to get to the Valley of Fire… Continue reading Valley of Fire