A road tour from Las Vegas to Nevada’s Valley of Fire State Park to see a landscape of russet-red rock formations, petrified sand dunes, slot canyons and arches eroded by wind, water and time.
A tour of The Neon Museum and Boneyard, Las Vegas to check out the vintage neon signs which once illuminated down town Vegas and seduced weary travellers into its hotels, motels, bars and casinos. As well as getting up close and personal to these vintage Vegas signs there are tales of the early Vegas hotels and the characters that used them.
I went back to New York City for the first time in 18 years and discovered some changes, new attractions and re-discovered some old favourites. There’s so much to see that won’t cost you a dime so here’s my favourites, in no particular order, via Instagram – one of my favourite social media platforms.
The High Line promenades through New York City and ribbons its way between dilapidated warehouses and striking new developments with imaginative planting, reflective spaces and intriguing art installations en-route.