Rate our ReviewsAtlanta, GA….. Martin Luther King, Jr. is often the first name coming to mind when one thinks of Atlanta. This giant of the civil rights movement was born here and despite countless days marching for freedom across the United States, Atlanta was always home. His legacy is preserved many ways in the city, but possibly none as profound as the Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Rate our ReviewsAtlanta, Georgia… While I doubt big cities anticipated the arrival of COVID-19, quite a few have installed impressive outdoor avenues over recent years. Often these walkways are purely pedestrian, like NYC’s High Line, but others are mixed use, enabling bikers and skateboarders to join the fun. One which I got to enjoy in 2020 before lock downs began was the splendid Beltline in Atlanta, […]
Rate our ReviewsMonterey, California is a very biologically rich part of the Peninsula. It was the food source for the Native Americans, the Rumsen Ohlone tribe, before the arrival of the Spanish explorers. They existed by hunting, fishing and gathering food. Archaeologists found evidence that would support claims that Ohlone’s primary food consisted of various […]
Rate our ReviewsBurgos Pangasinan…..”Look, beyond what you see”. This is a quote that always seems to come to mind, in all my travels.
Rate our ReviewsOklahoma City, OK….I suppose it should have been no surprise. After all, I had selected Oklahoma City to catch a band playing there over my travel dates. As I started researching things to do it became apparent music was a key part of Oklahoma City’s heritage. One discovery among the town’s attractions was the American Banjo Museum, and for lodging I reserved a flat just three blocks away. That decision would prove […]