Going on a small adventure is a goal shared by many people. Not only do you get a vacation out of it, you also get to learn and experience something new. A great way to do this is to go from Philadelphia to Baltimore. Both are enticing cities with their own unique sites, attractions, and history attached to them. Granted, planning for an adventure can be a little overwhelming for those doing this for the first time. This is especially true if you’re taking your family along with you. In this article, we’ll be going over how you can plan for an adventure from Philadelphia to Baltimore.
Traveling is great for the soul. You can see some places you’ve never visited before and experience cultural opportunities that don’t exist elsewhere. You can take pictures and make some memories you’ll look back on fondly in the years to come.
With that in mind, let’s talk about a few states that you should visit if you’ve never been through them before. These states all have a lot to offer, and you’ll find them hard to resist.
While Colorado might be most famous for a little town called South Park, there’s no denying that Denver, the state capital, is the beating heart of this vast American region.
This US metropolis has undergone dramatic changes and setbacks since being established in the OId West era, and has grown to become the most cosmopolitan city in the area.
Trek to this Western hotspot and you’ll enjoy a raft of restaurants, gig venues, art galleries and other happening places where culture is thriving.
If you live in New York but never have the time to go anywhere because of your busy schedule, you should take a break from work. However, if you want to tour the concrete jungle for the first time, having a local’s touring guide will be more than beneficial.
Here are some things you should do in the Big Apple.
With all the events and heavy eating on my early week stay in California, USA, I wanted to burn off some calories. I asked my sister if there were any trails I could run in the neighborhood. Discovery Lake in San Marcos came easily to her mind. She had ran there with here friends there. It is also a short 15–20 minutes drive from Vista. So my sisters and I decided to go there one morning for some run, walk or stroll.
If there’s one thing I noticed, America is really proud of their military. I don’t think it is mostly about patriotism on their part but giving respect and due to those who served for their country. America invested a lot on their military technology and it follows that it pours through their people. Those in the military, past and present, gets benefits like considerable discounts at establishments to family perks. In my visit to the USA, my brother-in-law, suggested I visit the USS Midway Museum in San Diego. I wasn’t surprised really. To know America is to know its military. Besides, it would be interesting to see the now decommissioned USS Midway (CV–41) aircraft carrier which used to be the largest ship in the world until 1955. It even made its way to the Philippines after its deployment.
The American Dream, as the Filipinos fondly call it. There was a time when a lot of Filipinos dream of a better life by migrating to the USA. I remember teens getting into college were coerced to enter nursing or get a course on caregiving just to have a better chance of getting into America. Our family was supposed to migrate to USA when I was still in grade school but the plan fell through due to an obstacle. I never bothered to think about it growing up, thinking it will still be a dream. The closest I got to USA was Guam. By a twist of fortunate events, August 2015, I found myself standing on of the longest wooden pier in America, the Oceanside Pier. Finally, I could feel the cool crisp air, see the surfing culture with my own eyes, walk the steps of the pier where some Hollywood movie actors walked (cue in Top Gun, Iwo Jima and American Sniper) and have a taste of the local eats. Yes, I’m in California and its just the beginning of my journey in the land of dollars. Fulfilling my own American Dream.