Tag: historical

Camp Verde, Arizona: Was Montezuma Castle really Montezuma’s Castle? A Look Into This Cliff Dwelling

Camp Verde, Arizona: Was Montezuma Castle really Montezuma’s Castle? A Look Into This Cliff Dwelling

There are so many noteworthy national monuments located in Arizona! It’s probably a known fact that a lot of them are associated with the Native Americans. Not too long ago, I discovered there’s one really unique national monument that is located in the city of […]

Top Places To See In San Francisco, California, For The First Time, According to 2 Girls (feat. Yosemite National Park)

Top Places To See In San Francisco, California, For The First Time, According to 2 Girls (feat. Yosemite National Park)

Collaboration Blog Post by Leslie Lopez and Gabrielle Sales (Side note: This will be quite a lengthy post, but grab a snack or two and maybe a beer, and sit back and relax while you read through our suggested itinerary.) San Francisco is a city […]

In the Middle of Bustling Phoenix, You Can Discover a Pre-Historic Village by Pueblo Grande Museum

In the Middle of Bustling Phoenix, You Can Discover a Pre-Historic Village by Pueblo Grande Museum

Phoenix is a city in Arizona that everyone probably has once heard about since it’s the capital city of the 48th state. It’s actually the 5th most populous city in the country and it’s hard not to see why. There are so many incredible things […]

Arizona: Hiking The Waterfall Trail at White Tank Mountains

Arizona: Hiking The Waterfall Trail at White Tank Mountains

Just 13 minutes away from home here in Arizona lies the White Tank Mountains. Every time I run outside and step outside our neighborhood in Surprise, Arizona, my views are always overshadowed by these glorious rugged mountains that have canyons and ridges within them. These […]

Phoenix, Arizona: Hole-In-The-Rock, a Gift from the Prehistoric People of the Sonoran Desert

Phoenix, Arizona: Hole-In-The-Rock, a Gift from the Prehistoric People of the Sonoran Desert

Phoenix, the capital city of Arizona, is known for the center for businesses, shopping, government, and known nature landmarks. One of those nature landmarks I discovered is Hole-in-the-Rock, a natural geological formation located in Papago Park, which features other interactive places to explore such as […]

Sandy Hook, NJ: Discovering the Oldest Lighthouse in America and Breathtaking Views by Wildlife Habitats

Sandy Hook, NJ: Discovering the Oldest Lighthouse in America and Breathtaking Views by Wildlife Habitats

Happy May, everyone! Time is really flying by. The temperatures are now rising in my home state of New Jersey and you know what this calls for? More summer adventures and more exploration! Last year, I found it amazing and refreshing to be by the […]

Dumbo, Brooklyn and Brooklyn Bridge Park (100th Post Special)

Dumbo, Brooklyn and Brooklyn Bridge Park (100th Post Special)

Wow, this is my 100th post ever made on this blog! Who knew I would write that many things on here? Insane! Writing makes me happy and even happier to share these stories with you. 😉 During April in the Northeast, you can expect unstable, […]

Navesink Twin Lights in Highlands, NJ & Exploring The Beach Town of Sea Bright, NJ

Navesink Twin Lights in Highlands, NJ & Exploring The Beach Town of Sea Bright, NJ

Last weekend, my friends and I embarked on a day trip to a place not too far from us. Located in Highlands, NJ is a lighthouse that is split into two. Navesink Twin Lights has a non-operational lighthouse that also connects to a small museum. […]

AirFest in Rio Grande, NJ & Visiting Cape May, NJ again

AirFest in Rio Grande, NJ & Visiting Cape May, NJ again

On September 4th and during Labor Day weekend, I attended AirFest, which is an annual event with live music, food trucks, vendors, activities for kids, displaying WWII aircraft, and presenting scheduled flights for those who want to experience what it’s like to ride in one. […]

Weekend Getaway to Cape May, NJ: Camping and Whale & Dolphin Watching

Weekend Getaway to Cape May, NJ: Camping and Whale & Dolphin Watching

Since summer is coming to a close and I have hardly taken a vacation out of the state due to my current financial situation, I decided that having a little getaway near me was the thing I needed to get most of my summer. Last […]