Destinations - US
5 Things to See in Boston
Ahh - Boston! Or is is Bah-stun? However you want to say it, Boston is a great city for solo travelers! Here are 5 things to see in the city - and you won't even need to rent a car.
5 Things to See in Santa Fe
If you love blue skies, big clouds, desert landscapes and amazing food, you owe it to yourself to spend three days in Santa Fe. Here are my top 5 things to do when you're there.
A Day at Chaco in New Mexico
New Mexico is an amazing place for a vacation, but when you go off the beaten trail, you can find yourself in a place where the sandstone whispers, ravens draw you onward and you can nearly hear the culture of civilizations past in Chaco.
Labor Day Weekend Travel Tips
In a quandary about what to do for the last hurrah of summer? Look at Labor Day weekend plans carefully - but take the days off for you no matter what you do!
Las Vegas Solo
If you're looking for a fabulous destination with plenty to do, consider booking a ticket to Las Vegas.
New York City - The Perfect Solo Vacation
If you haven't been to New York City and haven't made plans to, stop what you're doing right now, add it to your Bucket List or Travel Box and start planning to take a bite of the Big Apple.
Plan Summer Vacations to National Parks
When you're thinking about summer vacation this year, where better to go play than in some of the 84 million acres of national parks that dot the United States! Read on.
Planning your Fall Foliage Trip
If you've always thought, "One day, I will go to New England and see all those leaves turn that everyone talks about," why wait? Plan for it now.
See a City by CityPASS
When you're going to a never-before explored city, you can throw caution to the wind and happen upon the sites that you want to see, you can (drive yourself crazy and) set an itinerary down to the minute, or you can try out a City Pass!
Solo Travel - Dealey Plaza, Dallas, TX
Dealey Plaza will forever be known as the site of the most infamous assassination of the 20th century. Step back to November 22, 1963, put yourself on the Sixth Floor of the Book Depository, and engage your inner-conspiracy theorist.
Solo Travel - Follow the Laughter
Who or what makes you laugh? Don't limit your solo travel excursions to business trips and board rooms. Check out your favorite comedian or show for solo travel possibilities.
Solo Travel - Planning your Spa Vacay
Are you among the 34% of American adults who don't use all their vacation days? I know I am! Planning a spa retreat is just the thing to give you some luxury, adventure, and soul rejuvenation.
Solo Travel - Take a Hike to Dripping Springs
Sometimes, the best solo trips can be found at the end of your own two feet. On your next solo travel adventure, take a hike.
Solo Travel Adventure to The Stanley Hotel
If you're fascinated by either hotels featured in popular movies or the paranormal, there's a gem of a hotel in Estes Park, Colorado that is a fun, solo travel adventure - The Stanley Hotel. Check it out!
Solo Travel San Diego - The Bristol Hotel
The Bristol Hotel in downtown San Diego is a true find for this intrepid solo traveler. Plan your next visit to balmy San Diego with it on your itinerary and you won't regret it!
Solo Travel San Diego - Wild Animal Park
San Diego has so many amazing things to offer solo travelers - amazing weather, fabulous shopping and eateries, the Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park, Sea World, to name just a few. When you're planning your next trip, consider a trip north to the San Diego Zoo's Wild Animal Park - and catch a safari.
Solo Visits to Wine Country
It may not be an obvious choice for a solo vacation, but heading to wine country can be a very rewarding trip for the solo traveler.
Take a Vacation to see your favorite Sports team
Taking a solo trip doesn't mean you can't spend a few quality hours with thousands of people who share a common love - baseball, basketball, hockey, football - take your pick! If you're heading out to a city where a pro team plays, catch a game!
Taking a Trip to Volunteer during a Disaster
Last-minute vacations are often about that steal of a deal that you just can't pass up. But sometimes, the opportunity to go is attached to helping out those who have been hit with disaster. Here are 5 tips you need to know before you go.
Using ALL Your Vacation
When the month number ticks over to 10 and the ground crunches with leaves underfoot when you're taking that morning walk, a keen reminder surfaces: there's only 12 weeks left to use the rest of your vacation.
Vacation in Sun Valley in the Summer Sun
When everyone thinks of Sun Valley, Idaho, they think of ski season, but there's just as much to this resort town for the solo traveler in the summer months. Read on.
Voluntourism -- 2012 Archaeology Dig in Texas
Grab your fedora (leave your whip at home - TSA won't allow it in your carry-on) and get your cute safari shorts out! If an archaeological expedition/ vacation in 2012 is beckoning you - you need look no further than Arlington, Texas.
Yellowstone National Park Trip Planner
If you're looking for a beautiful, off-the-beaten-path place to take an early fall trip, consider Yellowstone National Park.
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