Whether it’s the world’s largest catfish or a replica of the Stanley Cup made out of bacon, Roadside America is a user-generated database of some of the weirdest roadside attractions to be found anywhere in America (and Canada). Check it out before your next road trip.
There’s a reason Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park is so popular. This video only starts to show why.
In honour of America’s July 4th birthday, here are some of the photos I’ve taken from my past few visits. I always enjoy my time visiting the United States. It’s a shame that the Canadian dollar is doing so poorly these days that it’s keeping Canadians from travelling there like they once did.
Even if you never send postcards, you will want to send one when you get to Molokai, Hawaii’s fifth-largest island. That’s because you can mail a coconut from the Hoolehua Post Office to anywhere in the world with a personalized message on it. The coconut is free, but postage isn’t.
The Adirondacks are just over the border in upstate New York, so I’ve been there many a time. The terrain and scenery is reminiscent of Quebec’s own Laurentian Mountains where I spend a lot of time in the summer which might be why I found this video so appealing. There isn’t much to it, but it captures the mood of getting away from the city to enjoy simpler times in the country.
If your travel tastes run towards motels with neon signs and visiting roller derby rinks, then Retro Road Map is the place for you to chart your vintage holiday while travelling across the USA.
Las Vegas has more hotel rooms than any other city in the world with more than 150,000 of them. Fortunately, they fill more rooms per night, on average, than any other destination in North America.
There is only one state in the United States with a one-syllable name: Maine.