Heavily urban areas make southern California stargazing difficult, but not impossible! From desert spots to more local light pollution havens, we’ve got 8 places to check out for your next meteor shower! If we could go back in time only a hundred years and tell people that the stars were gone, they’d call us crazy.
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Spring is here! It’s time to throw off the gloom and reserve of winter and see the beauty the season has to offer. Whether you’re looking for beautiful floral blooms or countryside villages, we’ve got all you need to start planning your spring travel season. […]
Given that we’re living on the only green planet in the known universe, there’s something patently ridiculous about visiting a desert, so why do it? Because there are miracles there, miracles like Salvation Mountain, the man-made shrine of the Colorado Desert.
An Arizona road trip is a journey to one of the most attraction-filled states of the American Southwest. Not only is it home to two of the nation’s most revered tourism destinations (the almighty Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam), it holds a wealth of majestic deserts, monumental rock formations, and ancient Native American sites. There’s more to the state than most can fit into one trip. But what’s to stop you from trying, right? […]
Valentine’s Day in Los Angeles affords opportunities to wow your SO in ways no other city can: be it golfing ranges in the heart of downtown, interactive puzzle rooms, or over-the-top luchador & burlesque shows, this is a city that’s got everything you need for an unforgettable V-Day. Here are six ideas, categorized as Simple, Classy, and Adventurous.
You might be familiar with the beach boardwalk in Venice, California, and the rapidly expanding Abbot Kinney neighborhood with its bourgeois delights, but someway somehow, there are still people that don’t know Venice has its own set of canal waterways, and that they’re absolutely beautiful.