At the moment, it’s pretty difficult for Americans to travel anywhere besides within the country and that isn’t even so simple.
Yesterday, I shared news that the US borders with Canada and Mexico are closed until late August.
A couple of days back, the CDC “banned all US cruises through September after it documented thousands of onboard coronavirus infections as well as “ongoing” outbreaks on ships,” according to the New York Post. Continue reading US Cruises Banned By CDC Through September
The Coronavirus Pandemic has made traveling tough throughout the world. Currently, the American passport isn’t of much use if you’d like to travel to a long list of destinations.
Many Americans are hitting the roads, taking road trips to fulfill their desire for wanderlust.
If you’d like to drive over the border into Canada or Mexico, you’ll now need to wait a bit longer. Continue reading US Borders With Canada & Mexico CLOSED Until Late August
It’s been quite some time since the animals at New York City Zoos and the aquarium have seen visitors due to COVID-19. That’s all going to change in less than two weeks.
On July 24, the Bronx, Central Park, Prospect Park and Queens Zoos will reopen. People will also be able to check out the New York Aquarium in Coney Island, Brooklyn again. Continue reading Zoos and Aquarium In New York City Opening To Visitors On July 24
Fairbanks Bus 142 was made famous by the Jon Krakauer book, Into the Wild. It probably gained even more fame from the movie which was based on the book.
Into the Wild is about the life of Chris McCandless who decides to live an unconventional life after graduating college. He decides to give his life savings to charity, work odd jobs and eventually hike into the Alaska wilderness, surviving for 114 days on the Stampede Trail in Denali National Park. Continue reading Bus From Into The Wild Removed From Wild For Safety Reasons
Atlantic City is well known for its casinos and boardwalk. For those of you who don’t like to gamble, there are also outlet shops in the area.
Due to COVID-19, business and tourism is down pretty much everywhere in the country. It’s probably safe to say this is true for all around the world. Continue reading You Can Now Drink On The Boardwalk In Atlantic City