Kristine Dworkin is one of Trekaroo’s Travel Experts located in Northern California. She's also a mom to a gifted girl athlete and a special needs charmer. Like almost everything in her house, traveling is a competitive sport (I'm getting on the plane first...no, I'm getting on the plane first!). With a triathlete, a soccer star, and a baseball player in the house what else could one expect? Since her active family obviously doesn't do sitting still very well, they're always out exploring the world.
Ultra-productive farming, juicy Omaha steaks, and intensely loyal college football fans may be among the first things that come to mind when outsiders think about Nebraska, but the state, which is home to business magnate Warren Buffet and Father Flanagan’s benevolent outpost of Boys Town, also stewards landmarks and activities that afford historic peeks into
Smooth Jazz, rhythmic Cajun and Zydeco music, superstitious folklore, spicy fare that is internationally influenced, as well as varied landscapes including circuitous bayous, white sand beaches, and rambling prairies; are just the beginning of what you’ll find in the alluring state of Louisiana.
The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City is one of our nation’s biggest and most beloved Thanksgiving traditions. The event has been the kicking off the holiday season for nearly a century. Still growing strong and gaining ground with each season, spectating in person may seem like a daunting thought. I’m here to...
San Francisco's got it all for the holidays: ice skating, candy decorations, Victorian era villages, Nutcracker teas, and even light peeping aboard a trolley car! Check out our favorite holiday attractions in the City.
San Francisco is a city that offers plenty of free activities for families. I have all of them detailed in my book ‘Your Guide to Visit San Francisco for Free’ and it was a delight to pick ten activities that my own family enjoys doing and sharing them with you.
One look around and it’s immediately evident why so many have left their hearts in San Francisco. While the little cable cars really do seem to climb half way the stars as the song suggests, the route they take sends them past rows of charming old Victorian homes situated in diverse hilly neighborhoods filled with...