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Find Your Zen In Little Tokyo

When it comes to exploring the city of Los Angeles, nothing is better than taking a stroll through the streets of Little Tokyo. As one of the best destinations, finding your inner zen in this small village will no doubt leave you filled with memories and a full stomach. Just as it is in Japan, the mix between old and new is clearly seen in Little Tokyo. With many of the original buildings standing next to the new modern ones, this allows visitors to see just how much the village has changed over the years. But even with change, somethings still remain the same. Whether you are into Japanese culture or not, binging on sushi, udon, ramen, and dessert is always worth visiting Little Tokyo for. With plenty of small grocery stores and restaurants, getting your fill of Japanese food is never enough. From authentic snacks such as shrimp flavored chips, the best tempura available, refreshing Ramune soda to quench your thirst, and above all there is enough mouth watering sushi to feed a small country. …

Viva Las Vegas

It’s the beginning of spring break, and what better way to spend it than at Vegas! Las Vegas, Nevada is the typical college break that most students prefer to go to, apart from the beaches Mexico and Florida, it is a great destination to go to for several reasons. Other than the fact that you can drink like a maniac in public all day and all night, Las Vegas is more than just alcohol and not remembering the events of the night before. On the contrary, when going to Vegas, you should make sure to remember every moment of your visit because every night will turn out to be extremely different from the next. Even when you first arrive, exiting the lonely desert towards a city filled with dozen of lights will have you in extreme awe. From casino to casino, and billboards displaying the latest shows will make you sprint towards the reception area. No matter which casino you decide to stay in, visiting all the casino’s in the strip is a must. Although …

A Travel Through History in San Antonio

When one thinks of traveling, people often assume that they have to go far and wide to see something spectacular. But the reality is that traveling and seeing something wonderful is just outside your front door. Of course we would all love to go back packing through Europe, stay at a nice hotel (or hostel for the brave hearted) devour in the rich culture that befalls the ancient cities of the world but most of us do not have the resources and means to do so. Going across the ocean to see a new country and culture is always a great idea, but at times an unrealistic one. When it comes to traveling, we readily tend to forget about the culture and history that lingers around every cornerstone of America. We hold some of the most iconic structures that are known throughout the globe: Mount Rushmore, The Statue of Liberty, The Golden Gate Bridge, and The Alamo. Texas, with its large geographical shape, is the most noticeable state on a map providing outsiders with plenty …