Pretty much everybody has heard about fabulous Las Vegas, but not that many people have even given thought to Downtown Las Vegas, also known as Fremont Street. While both Fremont and the strip have their pros and cons, here is a list of 13 reasons you should be giving Downtown Vegas a chance on your next trip!
The beach is always a great place to go, and having a list of the must haves is great as well! There have been so many times when I have forgotten something and been disappointed when on the beach, so I decided to make this list! Hopefully you will find it helpful as well, and if I have forgotten anything that you love to bring with you on a beach day, please leave a comment! I would love your feedback!
I was born and raised in Tucson, AZ, and even though I left for college, Tucson is still where I have spent most of my life. Tucson is about 5 hours away from The Grand Canyon, and growing up here meant that for field trips, or weekend trips, that was a place we would visit. As a child I never really understood the beauty, or how amazing The Grand Canyon truly is; I just remember a big hole in the ground. So, a couple of weeks ago I realized I had 5 days off in a row, and came up with the idea to take a solo road trip to The Grand Canyon!
If you don’t know about Airbnb already, you are truly missing out! Airbnb is a website where you can book accommodations for ANYWHERE in the world. Not only can you find places to stay for whatever your destination may be, but you can find all different types of accommodations; from castles and villas, to just a normal private room, or even a couch to sleep on. Airbnb has it all! Prices ranges vary as greatly as the different types of accommodations too! Not only does it have any type of accommodation, but you can find an accommodation for any price range. When looking for myself, I have seen prices as low as $10/night, and all the way up to $1500/night, and I am sure there are higher priced accommodations out there as well!
About 1 year ago I took a road trip with my best friend Sarah. I had never been to Portland (at the time we started planning I had never been to Portland, then ended up going there for a bachelorette party about 3 weeks before our trip happened) or Seattle, and she loves both of those places, so we decided to take a road trip. After looking at the driving times to the different destinations, and making a list of things we wanted to do, we decided on 10 days for this trip. While our road trip was so much fun, everything that could have gone wrong on the trip did, and we ended up naming it The Road Trip from Hell.