America

Here is a collection of in depth America travel articles. Maria from Passion Fruit, Paws and Peonies loves to post America travel articles sharing the very best things to see and do. They are intended to inspire you to venture out and see for yourselves.

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Riverside Park, NYC

We love walking around New York. On this trip we discovered a great walk along the Hudson river. The Riverside Park, NYC is considered one of the best riverside walks in Manhattan...

New York Restaurant Guide

There are so many restaurants in New York City that it can be mind boggling. This New York restaurant guide is here to help. It is a collection of fabulous restaurants for couples or groups...

Chelsea Market And The High Line, New York

Chelsea Market is a famous food hall with historical connections to food production. The High Line is a city park developed from a historic freight rail line that used to cut through the city blocks.

Best Breakfast Places In New York

New Yorkers know how to eat breakfast. They eat breakfast like us Brits eat brunch. But seemingly everyday! So, it makes sense, to a foodie soul like mine, to enjoy this side of their culture during a visit...

Things to do in rejuvenated Lower Manhattan, New York.

This post will walk you through the best things to do in rejuvenated Lower Manhattan. New York was born here in the 1620s and since the attacks it has received an astonishing regeneration...

Gramercy and the Flatiron District, New York

Read on to learn about these eclectic New York areas, where to wander, what to see and things to note...

41 Things to see in Central Park, New York (+Vlog)

In the fun Vlog you can join us exploring and finding the best things to see in Central Park. There is also a comprehensive guide on all of the things to see, what we thought and when is the best time to visit and why...

Historic Washington DC

Our choices were the Library of Congress, the National Portrait Gallery and the National museum of American History...

A day in Georgetown, Washington DC

Georgetown was founded in 1751 (that’s 40 years before Washington) and has been nationally-designated as a historic district. It is only a half hour walk from the city centre, ‘tho we walk at quite a pace...

A Monumental Time in Washington DC

Washington DC feels like a real powerhouse and has monuments commemorating important people or events, statues in memory of the their dead and buildings of historical importance or national interest...

Hot to Haute in Washington DC

Two brilliant ‘must do’ restaurants in Washington DC, both completely different in style and cost but both totally memorable and iconic...

Cherry Blossoms, Washington DC

Where do you head for a festival of Cherry Blossoms, Washington DC?! Or Japan? Japan gave 3000 Cherry Blossom trees to the city of Washington in 1912 as a gesture of friendship...

Old Ebbitt Grill, Washington DC

Eating at the Old Ebbitt Grill, the oldest Saloon in Washington DC...