Travel Guide and Tourist AttractionsWritten by VMT Singuillo
How many times have you experienced going to a place that seems interesting yet you have no idea what are tourist attractions that city or country has to offer for its visitors? You would be fortunate enough if you have a friend, a family member or a travel agency that can guide you in that place you are visiting.
Unless money is not an issue for you, going through a travel agency could also be costly and many times many of you would say, "I wanted to see more of blah blah blah but I did not have enough time because . . . ."
Wouldn't it be nice if you could have some idea of any tourist attractions of place you are visiting?
Some of resources you could find are books and internet. Probably you could borrow a travel book from a library near you. Or probably buy a brand new travel book from nearest bookstore. But just make sure that those books are updated, otherwise, you might miss new attractions.
Searching internet is also a good idea. It has tons of resources, however, it could sometimes be confusing. Many sites offer some travel information. One of those is www.yourcheaphotels.com. This site feature a Travel Guide to 50 states of US. It features some descriptions of each US state and provides important tourist attractions that travellers should not miss to visit.
Discover Old Town Pasadena CaliforniaWritten by David G. Hallstrom, Sr.
Old Town Pasadena which basically runs down Colorado Blvd. from Pasadena Avenue on West to Marengo Avenue on east and on either side of Colorado Blvd. from Holly St. on north to Green St. on south is quickly becoming one of Los Angeles Countys busiest and most entertaining local gathering places.
Day or night, weekday or weekend area is always "jumpin". People come from all over to dine, shop, visit art galleries, go to movies, go dancing, listen to jazz and other types of music, be entertained by street preformers and most of all to relax and have fun in a safe, clean and pleasant atmosphere.
There are dozens of restaurants, most with outdoor patio dining, serving almost any type of ethnic or American cuisine you could wish for. There are night clubs offering a variety of entertainment, shops of all types, art galleries, antique stores, bakeries serving some of best pastries found anywhere, movie theaters showing first run movies, book stores with coffee bars and if you like people watching, people of almost every nationality, culture and income, letting loose and having fun.
Park in one of parking garages, on some of side streets or avail yourself of valet parking offered on street in front of several of restaurants and businesses and then walk to any place in Old Town. The city of Pasadena and Old Town merchants and businesses have gone to great lengths to ensure your safety and well being without encroaching on your enjoyment of area.