The Avenue of the Oaks on Georgia’s St. Simons Island is a living reminder of the past and one of the most beautiful places on the island to view its magnificent, decades-old live oak trees.
The last remaining African American school on St. Simons Island, the Harrington School remains an important symbol of community and of Gullah-Geechee heritage.
The First African Baptist Church is the oldest Black church on St. Simons Island and an important symbol of the island's religious history.
Torn down, rebuilt, and standing tall along the southern Georgia coastline, learn the history of the St. Simons Lighthouse and what it’s used for today.
The gnarled, sun-bleached remnants of ancient pine and oak trees on Driftwood Beach Jekyll Island are the result of Mother Nature’s handiwork.
A brief history of the Sidney Lanier Bridge, where it's located, and why this bridge to Jekyll Island is so well known.
Created by years of coastal erosion, stepping onto this picturesque Jekyll Island beach is like stepping into an alternate reality.
A collection of barrier islands on the coast of Southern Georgia, the Golden Isles is most known for its unique natural beauty and is a must-visit destination when touring the Southeast.
Now dubbed Billionaire’s Row, 57th Street in New York City houses the world’s tallest residential building in the world and some of the most expensive real estate on the planet.
Located in Brooklyn Bridge Park along the East River waterfront, Jane’s Carousel offers stunning views of downtown Manhattan with a bit of craftsmanship and history rolled into one.
Ticket info, hours, location, and more, here are all the details you need to plan a visit to Little Island NYC, the Big Apple’s newest public park located on the city’s West Side waterfront.
The Brooklyn Bridge may be one of the Big Apple’s most famous landmarks, but these lesser known facts about this iconic bridge might surprise you!
Take a stroll through the Citrovia lemon garden, an unexpected and beautiful free exhibit in the bustling Hudson Yards neighborhood of Midtown West.
Once situated face to face with NYC’s famous Charging Bull, the Fearless Girl statue moved to her new home in 2018, where her message about female empowerment and diversity continues.
From honoring the those who lost their lives on 9/11 to taking a ride on the SeaGlass Carousel to catching a glimpse of Lady Liberty herself, here is a list of everything to see and do when visiting The Battery in New York City.
A brief history of the Bull of Wall Street and what this famous Charging Bull Statue represents.
What is a water tower and how do water towers work? Here’s the scoop behind the water towers in NYC.
It’s been a year and a half since I last stepped on a plane, and the joy of traveling "home" to NYC is a feeling I never, ever want to forget.
This week’s Wanderlust Wednesday excursion: A significant moment in time at The Razorback along Australia’s Great Ocean Road and how this impressive limestone stack is an analogy for life.
Built by soldiers and recognized as one of the most beautiful places in the world, take a look back at the history of Australia's Great Ocean Road and learn 10 things you didn't know about this beautiful stretch of coastline.
This week's Wanderlust Wednesday excursion: The history behind the Great Ocean Road's Split Point Lighthouse and its watchful eye over the treacherous Southern Ocean
This week's Wanderlust Wednesday excursion: A stop at Loch Ard Gorge along Australia's famous Great Ocean Road
This week's Wanderlust Wednesday excursion: Rotokura / Cable Bay, New Zealand, a must-visit when exploring the northern part of South Island
This week's Wanderlust Wednesday excursion: The spectacular black sand beaches of Piha and Karekare in North Island, New Zealand
Welcome to Wanderlust Wednesday, a weekly escape for those who wander, but not because they are lost. Today's excursion: A trip down memory lane and the reason I traded big city life in New York City for small town living in New Zealand.