TRIPS & EXPERIENCES

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Review: Fine Hotels & Resorts – Bellagio Las Vegas (Las Vegas, NV)

Editor’s Note: The following review is of American Express’s Fine Hotels & Resorts [as utilized at the Bellagio Las Vegas]. This post is not a complete review of the Bellagio Las Vegas.  After one awesome experience at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino and one disappointing experience at the Aria Resort and Casino using Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort […]

Hiking The Calico Tanks Trail, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area (Las Vegas, NV)

In a previous post, I wrote about visiting the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. In this post, I’ll talk about hiking one of the most popular trails in Red Rock Canyon, the Calico Tanks trail. Hiking The Calico Tanks Trail, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area: The Hike The hike will take about 2 […]

Visiting The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area (Las Vegas, NV)

Thus far, my “Non-Vegas Vegas Roadtrip” has turned up some surprisingly awesome places to visit – places I never considered previously, including the Spring Mountains NRA, the Calico Ghost Town, the Seven Magic Mountains, and the Neon Museum. The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area (NCA) would be no exception to this; in fact, Red […]

Review: Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection – Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino (Las Vegas, NV)

Editor’s Note: The following review is of Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection [as utilized at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas]. This post is not a complete review of the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.  After my previous disappointing experience with Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection (LHRC) at the Aria […]

Visiting The Neon Museum (Las Vegas, NV)

In keeping with the theme of my “Non-Vegas Vegas Roadtrip”, I decided to do one of the most “Vegas” things one could do in a “non-Vegas” kind of way: Visit the Neon Museum. Visiting The Neon Museum Also affectionately known as simply the “Neon Boneyard”, the Neon Museum has become another cool place to visit […]

Visiting The Bellagio Gallery Of Fine Art (Las Vegas, NV)

For the next stop on my “Non-Vegas Vegas Roadtrip”, I wanted to check out a gallery I remember first hearing about way back in the 1990’s – the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. Visiting The Bellagio Gallery Of Fine Art The Gallery of Fine Art is located in the Bellagio’s Promenade Shops, across from the […]

Visiting Calico Ghost Town (Calico, CA)

I must have driven past the sign to Calico Ghost Town at least 500 times on my way between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. I’ve always wondered what it was, but never once considered stopping there – that is, until I decided to do my “Non-Vegas Vegas Roadtrip”. Visiting Calico Ghost Town Getting there is […]

Visiting The Seven Magic Mountains (Las Vegas, NV)

In the Mojave desert south of Las Vegas, Nevada, rises an art installation that has quickly become one of the most popular and instagrammed roadtrip stops in the American west, The Seven Magic Mountains. About The Seven Magic Mountains The Seven Magic Mountains is the creation of Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone. This public art is […]

Visiting The Desert View Overlook, Spring Mountains NRA (Las Vegas, NV)

On your way to, or in my case, from the Bristlecone Trail, you’ll have the opportunity to check out one of the most popular stops in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area – the Desert View Overlook. Part nature hike, part scenic walk, part history lesson, the Desert View Overlook has something for everybody. Getting […]

Hiking The Bristlecone Trail Loop, Spring Mountains NRA (Las Vegas, NV)

What if I told you that some of the oldest trees in the world can be found in a lush pine forest on a mountain top only 45 minutes from the Las Vegas strip? Well, believe it or not – it’s true. And to see it, one of the best places to start is the […]

Visiting The Frida Kahlo Museum (Mexico City, Mexico)

Aside from visiting the Pyramids at Teotihuacan and the National Museum of Anthropology, one of the most visited and beloved attractions in Mexico City is the Museo Frida Kahlo (or the “Frida Kahlo Museum” in English). Visiting The Frida Kahlo Museum Location and Getting There: The Frida Kahlo Museum is located about 20 to 30 minutes […]

Visiting The Pyramids At Teotihuacan (Mexico City, Mexico)

If you are a visitor to Mexico City, one of the most popular and impressive sites to visit is the ancient city complex of Teotihuacan (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). It’s believed to be built around 100 BC, however – nobody really knows conclusively when it was built, or even who built it. At the height […]

Visiting the Museo Nacional de Antropología (National Museum of Anthropology) in Mexico City

Look and you’ll find that no trip to Mexico City (CDMX) can be complete without a visit to the world-famous Museo Nacional de Antropología (“National Museum of Anthropology” in English). Visiting the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City The Museo Nacional de Antropología is the largest and most visited museum in Mexico. It houses some of […]

Ultimate Road Trips: 6 Days In The Northern Rockies

This post is part of the ongoing “Ultimate Road Trip” series. To read more about the places visited or the experiences had, simply click on the post description below. Cheers! Earlier this year, I finally checked-off a bucket-list item that I’ve been waiting for years to get to: The Northern Rocky Mountains. Consulting only a […]

What You Need To Know About One-Way International Car Rentals Between Canada and the United States

Earlier this year, I took an awe-inspiring road trip to the Northern Rocky Mountains. This trip required a one-way international car rental between the Canada and the United States. What You Need To Know About One-Way International Car Rentals Between Canada and the United States #1 It’s challenging to find a company that rents one-way […]

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