Washington D.C., District of Columbia
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Illustrator, art teacher, fangirl, Madridista, point-and-shoot photography lover, tourist/traveler.
Trover sounds like a good fit for what you're looking for. It essentially functions as a Pinterest for travel photography. Once you upload a photo you've taken, it marks that spot on a map. If you'd like to mark places to visit "someday", you can mak... See More
I concur with Phil's ranking! New Brunswick has the Bay of Fundy and Hopewell Rocks, but is a little meh otherwise (at least in comparison to the surrounding states and provinces). However, unless you take the ferry from Portland, you'll be passing r... See More
What a treat for your daughter! Do you have a basic route in mind already?Take full advantage of the National Parks - I would go ahead and buy a full-year pass, as it will save you money if you visit three or more parks. Lodging within the parks, how... See More
I'm keeping an eye on this question, as I have an upcoming trip planned to Mexico City as well! As far as extended day trips go, I only have time for one, but I'm torn between Puebla and Cholula or Taxco. I think I'm going to end up going to Puebla a... See More
Oh man, I would go for a Cape Winelands wedding in a heartbeat, especially since a lot of vineyards are used to hosting weddings and could help you out loads when planning from a distance. End of this year would be late spring/early summer there so y... See More
Use comparison sites to research prices as Maria mentioned, but do so in a "private" window on your browser. Otherwise, your computer may store cookies which then alerts the site to jack up the price next time you visit. Once I find a price I like, I... See More
It depends on the type of trip I'm on. On road trips within the United States, any clean chain hotel with a decent rate will do. Sometimes we'll take a chance on a local place, after checking the ratings on tripadvisor, etc.When I'm staying in an are... See More
I'm going to say no, especially if there's family to visit. Even my high school euro-trip, the sort infamous for spending only a few days in each place, took seven days to do *just* Venice, Florence, and Rome.You've got a city a day listed above and ... See More
From the description of your "likes", you'll find Texas to be right up your alley! I've only driven through Houston, but I have a few suggestions for the other cities on your list. Probably the coolest, most "Texas"y thing I did in or near Dallas was... See More
Shouldn't be any problem - multi-city passes weren't available during the 2014 World Cup, so I booked each of my six flights within Brazil and Argentina separately. You may end up saving money by being able to find the least expensive airline for eac... See More