Venice is more than gondolas!

Venice is more than gondolas navigating the channels! After spending the night in Milan, we headed to Venice in a luxurious high-speed train, Frecciarossa. We stayed in Mestre, which is a mile from Venice. It was not hard to get to Venice. The train and the bus stop just in front of the hotel. After dropping off our backpacks…

Egypt, an unforgettable trip: Hurghada

This is a remade. I erased by mistake. After a long drive from Luxor, we got to Hurghada, a resort town on Egypt’s Red Sea shore. The first impression of Hurghada is like a typical Caribbean resort town but in the middle of the desert. After checking in and getting our room at the hotel, Movenpick…

Duomo di Milano

Duomo di Milano. Milan is one of the fashion capitals of the world. Therefore, the city has plenty of designer stores. Besides the fashion stores, there is a spectacular cathedral, Duomo di Milano. Regardless of your religious practices or preferences, this a must-visit place in the city. The inside of the church amazing, like most Catholic cathedrals, but the roof-top…

Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

Regardless of your religious beliefs, when visiting Washington D.C., you should go to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.  It is the biggest Catholic Church in the United States.  It has a modern architecture compared to the ones you can find in Europe or Latin America. On top of the main altar, below the…

Smithsonian National Air And Space Museum

While in Washington D.C, I went to visit the National Air and Space Museum, which is one biggest in the aviation world. If you are an aviation fan, you will feel like you are in heaven. If you are not an aviation fan, you will probably enjoy it as well. I’m not an aviation expert, but I was…

Washington D.C.

Last Labor Day Weekend, I headed to the ‌Capital City of the United States, Washington D.C. Washington will be the perfect place if you want to see monuments and museums for free. This post will be more about the monuments. Our first stop was the White House. The house looked smaller than what I was…

Hickory State Park

This park is about two and half hours from New York City.  It is over 15,000 acres and has a picnic area, a lake for swimming, and plenty of trails.  The main purpose of my trip was to hike one of the trails and to visit the boulder field, Hawk Falls.  Make sure that you eat before…

Plotter Kill

  I decided to drive for two and a half hours to see this beautiful waterfall that I had found on Google. The drive was not bad at all. It took a little more than two hours to get to the place. I decided to hike up the Red Trail from the Coplon Road entrance….

Buttermilk Falls

After hiking on the wrong trail for about an hour and a half, I found the treasure that I was looking for, the Buttermilk waterfall. One does not usually have to hike to see the falls.  They are just steps from the road. If you wanted to go up, there are wooden stairs made by the government that…

Tillman Ravine Trail

Summer is too short to waste time! One of these weekends, I wanted to go hiking, but no one wanted to go. Thus, I decided to go by myself, and it was completely worth it. I had planned to go to Buttermilk Falls in Delaware Water Gap, but I stop in a trail like 2 miles…

George W Childs Park

  On my last trip to the Poconos Mountains in Pennsylvania, I had the opportunity to visit two parks: Dingmans Falls at Dingmans Visitor Center and George W. Childs Park. George W. Childs Parks is a beautiful park with an easy trail to hike. The park also has a lot of picnic tables for people to use….

Dingmans Falls

I am continuing with my summer weekend adventure.  This time, I head to Dingmans Falls, at Dingmans Visitors Center in Pennsylvania.  It is always pleasant to drive to the Poconos Mountains along Highway 15 North. Unlike major freeways, Highway 15 North gives you the opportunity to go through little towns – small towns that you’d never image…