Today it is my great pleasure to interview Amy Petulla, the owner and founder of the Chattanooga Ghost Tours. They were named by TripAdvisor as one of the top 10 ghost tours in America and they won a 2013 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. Amy is the author of Haunted Chattanooga, which shares all of the biggest [...]
From first-time trekking through the dunes of Death Valley to taking that first step inside Lady Liberty’s crown, life’s a journey that provides the freedom that’s unsurpassable in achieving your wildest of dreams. But just like with any first doing, you’re going to fall and bump your head a few times before finally nailing it all [...]
It is my great pleasure to interview Janice Waugh, the author of The Solo Traveler’s Handbook and the founder of the SoloTravelerBlog.com, the number one blog in the solo travel niche. Janice has over 21,000 Twitter followers, over 14,000 Facebook likes, and has been featured in The Smithsonian, CNN, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, The [...]
La Carmina, from LaCarmina.com, is an alternative travel and pop culture TV host, journalist (Huffington Post, AOL, CNN), coolhunter, and author of 3 Jpop books — including Cute Yummy Time and Crazy, Wacky Theme Restaurants: Tokyo. Her popular blog has been featured in major media (New Yorker, LA Times, Washington Post). She heads a TV production firm that provides [...]
The second most-visited tourist attraction in America and the most-visited urban park in America can be found in the Big Apple’s core, Central Park, which receives over 40 million annual visitors. These 843 acres take up 6 percent of Manhattan’s total acreage, the size of roughly 16 billion New York apartments. It opened in 1857 and has become famous for being a spacious green escape from all of the hustle and bustle of Manhattan, offering lawns, paths, gardens, a family-friendly zoo and picturesque lakes, which were designed for a nice afternoon stroll, a bike ride, skating, rowing a boat and taking a ride in a horse-drawn carriage. Consider digging a little deeper into the park’s history by taking a free guided tour from Central Park Conservancy Guided Tours.