101 Things to See & Do for $10 & Under in the Kenosha, WI Area – Part 3 of 4

There are four historic districts for travelers and locals to tour in Kenosha, WI.  On these tours everyone will see landmarks, famous buildings and historic homes that provide insight into Kenosha’s rich history and culture.  More information about these four historic districts is found on the Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau’s website. These Kenosha…

Chi-Town: A Few of the Lesser Known Places

“Blog Post Type: Cities Less Traveled” Chicago has many nicknames known throughout the world, all being embraced by the locals. “Second City” (the locals will say no way to being second except for the comedy troupe), “Chi-Town,” “Chicagoland” (inclusion of the suburbs), “Hog Butcher to the World,” and “The Windy City” (because of the weather, the…

Hipmunk City Love-ing Everything About Munich

“Blog Post Type: Expert Opinion Piece” Beer for breakfast. Wait?!? A cup of coffee? Cappuccino or espresso instead? Which drink pairs best with a Munchner Weisswurst? Munchner Weisswurst is a traditional Bavarian breakfast consisting of a veal-based sausage served with sweet mustard, a Brezn prezel, and accompanied by a Weissbier (‘white beer’). When in Rome do…

San Antonio: Rich in Activities and Attractions

Blog Post Type: Summary of a City Guide San Antonio is known for the Battle of the Alamo and historical figures such as James Bowie and Davy Crockett. The Alamo has stood its ground for over 300 years but faces threats from contemporary San Antonio. The bustling city we know today works to keep the…

10 Unique Activities in New York City

Many cities like New York have festivals, theaters, sports teams, nightlife and a vast culture for travelers to enjoy. Travelers often seek something different – a unique feature in a city that is not highly recognized through mass-media. Here are 10 unique activities to enjoy as you leave your hotel behind for the day. 1.…