Yosemite National Park, nestled in the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California, is a destination of unparalleled beauty, featuring stunning cliffs, cascading waterfalls and untouched wilderness. Although the park is open year-round, each month offers a unique experience displaying different, incredible natural phenomena. So, which Yosemite show suits you? Read on for a breakdown […]
San Francisco, a city renowned for its world-famous landmarks, cultural diversity and vibrant neighborhoods, has been the subject of various narratives lately. Along with glowing reviews, concerns about homelessness, crime rates and business closures in popular neighborhoods have raised eyebrows among visitors and locals alike. While these circumstances cannot be ignored, the colorful city should […]
San Francisco and its famous bay, originally inhabited by native Americans, became a possession of Mexico in the 18th century. In 1848, at the end of the Mexican-American War and the execution of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, California became part of America, and two years later, a state.
If you could only visit one U.S. national park, which one would you choose? Would it be Bryce Canyon in Utah, a wonderland of fascinating topography? Or the scenic Yellowstone, with Old Faithful and other geysers? Perhaps you would choose Shenandoah, with its hardwood forests and miles of the Appalachian Trail. Then, of course, there’s […]
Have you been fortunate enough to stay in luxury hotels all over the world? Have you eaten in some of the finest restaurants? Seen the Seven Wonders of the World? That’s wonderful; what enjoyment you must have found. But we’d like to make the argument that you haven’t really lived until you’ve camped in Yosemite […]
Not everyone is up for camping or even glamping. But that doesn’t mean that you non-camping/clamping folks can’t enjoy the splendor that is Yosemite National Park for one day, a few days or longer.
If you could only visit one national park in your lifetime, we highly recommend you choose Yosemite. Why? We’re glad you asked. Although in 1890 Yosemite National Park became the third U.S. land mass to earn that designation, President Lincoln put Yosemite under government protection in 1864, an action that became the inspiration for the […]
Covering about 30 city blocks, San Francisco’s Chinatown is North America’s oldest Chinese community. Dating back to the mid-1800s, the area bustles with pagoda rooves, hanging lanterns, specialty shops, restaurants, nightclubs and bars. Old St. Mary’s Church, the continent’s first Asian church, was built in Chinatown in 1853. In 1859, the Chinese School welcomed Asian […]
When it comes to enjoying the trails in Yosemite National Park, just about any day is a great day to take a hike. And you don’t have to be a super buff athlete to enjoy a short or long trek somewhere in the 1,200-square-mile park.
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