If you visit these American cities, you might just think you've traveled back in time to the "flower power" heyday of the 1960s. The original baby boomer hippies have inspired a whole new generation to take up the causes of free love, environmentalism, and holistic spiritualism.
With the first snow of winter already upon us, many people are already preparing for a cold season. Keeping in mind that, even though the weather has a mind of its own, there are certain places which can expect more than their fair share of powdery precipitation.
Whether you're just starting a life together or looking to rekindle a flame, there's a lot to be said for the romantic getaway. Here are some of the most romantic cities in the world from beaches to beautiful old cities.
Sometimes a place gets a reputation, and it's hard to shake. For these cities, it's time to rethink our widely held assumptions and make it known that these destinations aren't as sketchy as others make them out to be.
American life expectancy is nearly 79 years, and the median age is just over 37, but it's obviously not the same everywhere. So where do the young, trendy people live? We took a look at some statistics and tried to make sense of them.
Bad traffic may be one of the biggest frustrations of modern life, and yet dealing with it seems to become some perverse badge of honor. But who has it worst? We'll take a look at some of the worst cities in the world for traffic.
Roma, alongside Condesa, forms the artsy, bohemian center of Mexico City, just southwest of Centro Historico. While the historic area is known for its museums and archeological sites, Roma is more about food, drink, and nightlife.
Despite the fact that La Condesa is a mostly residential neighborhood, there are a ton of restaurants and nightclubs in this artsy hipster neighborhood. While it may be residential, there are still plenty of choice hotels nearby.