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When in Portland, Visit the Portland Japanese Garden

Portland, Oregon is a breathtaking city that’s filled with independent minds working together to form an incredible culture. From food to landmarks, Portland knows how to ‘wow’ you in a way that makes you question your flight back home. Should I really hop on that plane on Monday? Truth be told, it’s reasonable to challenge…

Death Valley National Park

This week has been going so well for me. My boss decided that we weren’t working today so I have the day off! This is perfect because if I have to sit in my cubicle for the next eight hours, I wouldn’t be able to sit still! I’m way too excited for my trip to…

In California With My Toes In the Sand

I’ve been to a handful of cities that has astounded me to the core, but there will never be a city like Los Angeles. When it’s summer all year round, who can complain about clear skies when it’s snowing like crazy in the east coast. The only thing we can really complain about is not…

Las Vegas in a Perspective

Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas New York New York Hotel and Casino Have you ever looked at your city in different perspectives? Today, I did, and here was my take on it. Follow me: Instagram | Facebook | Google+ | Bloglovin’

Paris Las Vegas Hotel

I was a firm believer that the best place to see Las Vegas was at the Stratosphere. I mean, it was the tallest building in the Strip so I didn’t really understand how any other place could possibly beat it. I was wrong. I was dead wrong. The Paris Las Vegas Hotel has the best…

Las Vegas’ Hidden Natural Wonder: Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire State Park is nothing like the bustling life of Las Vegas as it stays true to its nature. On the day of my visit, tourism was scarce. One may conclude that life ceases to exist there as harsh temperatures take over the entire valley. Still, my partner and I ventured off to the…

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park

I think I left my heart in Virginia because I continue to think about it even though two months has passed since my last visit. From the interlocking foliage to the beautiful small towns are just what a city girl needs to consider a relocation! While Los Angeles and Las Vegas has been my home…

Affordable Things To Do In Las Vegas

If there’s a city deserving of both love and hate, it is Las Vegas. Look past the glittering lights, and you’ll see a riveting reality of its flamboyance. Gambling, gluttony, sex, and alcohol are not the only subjects that highlight this city. In a local’s perspective– it is home. Tourism heavily affects our economy as…

Grand Canyon Tour

View of the Hoover Dam from the Hoover Dam Bypass I took a tour to Grand Canyon today. It’s amazing how long I’ve lived in Vegas, but I’ve never been there before. Considering that it’s only 2 hours away, I really don’t have an excuse as to why I shouldn’t have gone sooner. The tour…