Category Archives: Travel Tips

Best Place to Take Sunset Photos in Miami Beach

Biscayne Bay
Biscayne Bay

In this video, I show where visitors and locals alike can come and capture some of the most vibrant sunsets in Miami Beach, Florida. The Baywalk is a walkway on the West side of South Beach overlooking Biscayne Bay. You can gain access to it at 14th street and 16th street. I think this is one of the best sunset viewing spots in all of South Beach. Parts of the Baywalk close after dark.

Enjoy the journey and thanks for tripping with me.

More Great Travel Products

travel tips and products

Here’s a quick post about a couple of nice and relatively cheap products that could make your next trip easier.

Enjoy Your Vacation on a Whole Different Level

Everyone travels for different reasons.  It may be for history, sightseeing, or even the food.  They are all valid opportunities to enjoy your destination adequately.  However, I have found over the years, even when doing the stereotypical see the Eiffel Tour in Paris, you do not have to do it in a stereotypical way.  So, here is how you can enjoy your vacation destination on a whole different level.

Great Travel Products

travel tips and products

I guess everyone has their own list of travel tips.  I too have a few.  And really, can you have too many?

So, for my first article on travel tips, I want to talk about two gadgets that are great for traveling that I’ve picked up.  The first is a “cross-the-body” day bag and the other is a battery back-up for your cell phone.

Selecting a Hotel in Europe: Not Picking a Dud

hotel-banner

Picking a hotel in Europe can be time consuming and a daunting task if you don’t know that European “star” systems is different than the U.S.A. For example, in Paris, a two star hotel vs. a 4 star hotel is not necessarily lesser quality but rather the two star may not have as many amenities as the four star- such as number of rooms the hotel has, elevator, restaurant, bathtubs, and armchairs. European hotel ratings are designed to be objective and quantifiable—based on, for instance, the number of languages the staff speaks, room size, and ventilation.