Exploring the Seattle Underground

When planning a Seattle trip, sites like Pikes Place and the Space Needle are a no-brainer. Fortunately, I also discovered a Seattle underground tour. The Tour Entrance Beneath the Streets is a Seattle underground tour that leads guests through subterranean passageways and shares the fascinating tale of how this unique space came to be. 102… Continue reading Exploring the Seattle Underground


Boston Freedom Trail

Boston is one of the oldest cities in America, and it is oozing with history. Around every corner, you'll find incredible sites to see. Fortunately, visitors can effortlessly explore these places by walking the Boston Freedom Trail. Faneuil Hall What is the Boston Freedom Trail? The Boston Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile route that… Continue reading Boston Freedom Trail

Arlington Cemetery gravestones with Washington Monument in the background

Planning a Visit to Arlington Cemetery

Proud. Humbled. Thankful. That's how I felt during my visit to Arlington Cemetery. It is a peaceful place to sit and reflect on the sacrifice made by so many brave men and women. Getting to Arlington Cemetery Fortunately, the Arlington Cemetery Metro Station is near the Arlington National Cemetery Welcome Center. So, we took the… Continue reading Planning a Visit to Arlington Cemetery

World War II Memorial Fountain

How to See the Washington Monuments

If you're going to Washington DC, you've got to see the major monuments. You can tour them on your own. However, unless you plan to read up on each monument, I think a guided tour is the way to go. There are lots of options for guided tours of the Washington monuments... bike or… Continue reading How to See the Washington Monuments