Tag: history

Hiking the Bell Rock Trail in Sedona: The Astonishing History And Its Powerful Connection to Spirituality

Hiking the Bell Rock Trail in Sedona: The Astonishing History And Its Powerful Connection to Spirituality

Did you know Sedona was once a beach? It’s kind of crazy to think about it especially when we all know of Sedona being famed for its red rocks situated here in Arizona and its dry atmosphere. These rocks were formed from millions of years […]

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 […]

Lights of the World: One of America’s Largest Lights and Lantern Festival Located in the Heart of Arizona

Lights of the World: One of America’s Largest Lights and Lantern Festival Located in the Heart of Arizona

When you think of festival lights, you may automatically think of the holidays, during the time that millions of people around the world proudly display their brightly lit decorations. That’s not the case for Lights of the World, a lights and lantern festival located in […]

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 […]

Between Nevada and California: Death Valley National Park is The Lowest, Hottest, and Driest National Park in The Nation

Between Nevada and California: Death Valley National Park is The Lowest, Hottest, and Driest National Park in The Nation

When I went to Las Vegas last month, there was no doubt in my mind that I wanted to explore Death Valley National Park. Everywhere I go to now, I plan to visit a national park or some remarkable nature out there. Almost 2 hours […]

In Winslow, Arizona, You Can Go See The Best Preserved Meteorite Impact Site on Earth

In Winslow, Arizona, You Can Go See The Best Preserved Meteorite Impact Site on Earth

Located few minutes from the historic Route 66 and by Interstate 40 in Winslow, Northern Arizona lies a giant hole. Yeah, a giant hole, but not just a plain giant hole… it’s a meteor crater. Instead of singing “Well, I’m standing on a corner in […]

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 […]

Mesa, AZ: Superstition Mountain Museum and The Superstitions

Mesa, AZ: Superstition Mountain Museum and The Superstitions

Some of the things I truly cherish around my parents’ new home in Mesa, Arizona, which is almost 30 minutes away from the capital of Phoenix, are the endless mountain views you can see not too far. Growing up from suburban neighborhoods and being raised […]

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. […]

Visiting Pearl Harbor

Visiting Pearl Harbor

We have read all about it in our history textbooks. It was an important and crucial time in American History. It happened on the morning of December 7th, 1941. Pearl Harbor, a lagoon harbor with a United States naval base, was attacked by the Imperial […]