Monument Valley

If you think of the most stunning scenery of the wild west, then it is in Monument Valley. The icon of wild west list in the north east corner of Arizona. The flamingo red buttes are carved by wind erosion and may not last long in the future. This is …

Zion National Park

The red, pink and white any many shades in-between are the rocks which will strike you with brilliance. Zion National Park is a jewel of Utah which boasts awesome wild west natural bounty. For wilderness hiking and trails as long as 100 miles, Zion National Park is a hikers paradise. …

Yosemite National Park

With great drives at valley floor, towering cascades in spring, great tall pines, super high rock climbing and views to die for, the Yosemite National Park is a jewel for the west coast. A visit lasting a week will not be enough to explore the vast wilderness. El Capitan, considered …

Yellowstone National Park

America is known for natural wonders and Yellowstone is the perfect example of the variety the big country has to offer. Wyoming’s main attraction houses half of the World’s geysers and you can find grizzly bears, wolves, thousands of bison’s roaming in the park freely. And the show does not …

Pensacola Destin

The Florida Panhandle is a mecca for every type of vacationer: the adventurer, the lounger, the foodie, and the partier can all be found happily romping around somewhere in between emerald green waters and intimate bistros hunched over crisp white wine and Gulf fare fresh off the boat. From getting …

Olympic National Park

Where else on earth you get snow capped peaks, dark green rainforest, black pebble beaches, waterfalls and the wild pacific ocean. Olympic National Park may be in the remote north west corner and off the mainland, but the charm is very hard to resist.

NYC

This summer of 2017 got a chance to spent a couple of days in big apple, NYC. The pictures below from Times Square in evening and view of skyline from NJ makes it a great comeback to remember the awesome trip in 2009. The 2009 Story We decided to go …

Houston

Here are the postcards from Houston from the multiple business trips to the city. The Oil City of the World has interesting architecture as well as nice parks and nearby beaches on the gulf which makes the time spent a memorable one. Do visit the Space Centre at NASA and …

Grand Teton National Park

The Grand Teton National Park, just south of the famous Yellowstone is more intimate and cosier than the northern neighbour. The staggering Teton rises 13770 ft above the ground from the valley floor. The twelve peaks of Teton Range are carved from glacier over millions of years and the backdrop …

Glacier National Park

August 26, 2009: Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota Recession has some good sides. With Furloughs we have to move out of home since we cannot stay at home doing nothing for a week. We decided to go on a road trip to Glacier National Park, Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National …

Chicago

Chicago is full of architectural wonders. Chicago is the third-most populous city in the United States. With over 2.7 million residents, it is also the most populous city in both the state of Illinois and the Midwestern United States. It is the county seat of Cook County. The Chicago metropolitan …