I’ll be honest; I’d never heard of this hotel before I was put up here for a few nights during a work conference. Resorts World was opened in 2021, and was the first resort to be completed on the Strip in over a decade. Located on the North end of the Las Vegas Strip, it … More Hotel Review: Resorts World Las Vegas
Continuing on from my MGM Grand Las Vegas review, I wanted to take a moment to write out my thoughts on what is likely the most famous hotel on the Las Vegas Strip- The Venetian. With a whopping 7,100 rooms spread across its sister properties, and world famous replicas of numerous Venetian landmarks, this hotel … More Hotel Review- Las Vegas: The Venetian
I’ve been to Las Vegas a few times in my life- sometimes for vacations, more often for work- and I make it a point to try to stay in a different hotel each time I visit. Although I’ve stayed at quite a few different Vegas hotels at this point, MGM Grand remains one of my … More Hotel Review- Las Vegas MGM Grand
With New York being such a popular destination for travelers across the world, I often find myself running around the city playing tourist myself, with my friends visiting from all over. One route that proves particularly popular with visitors is what I like the call my ‘Half Day Hudson Tour’, which takes us all along … More A Half Day Along the Hudson River, A Budget Friendly New York City Itinerary
While Chicago is know for its windy and wild winters, its summers more than make up for the frosty seasons.
I took my first trip to Chicago in August, and the warm weather had me sticking close to the Chicago River for the entire day. … More How to Spend a Day on the Chicago River
For someone who has been to Las Vegas on three separate occasions, I truly have no interest in gambling. The brightly lit machines are pretty and that’s about the extent of my awareness of the casino floor. There is, however, a reason that I keep returning to the city; its abundance of shopping, dining, entertainment … More What to Do In Las Vegas if You’re Not a Gambler