how to be a tourist in philadelphia

Step 1 – Get yourself a Philly cheesesteak. Find out the answer to the age-old question of Geno’s or Pat’s. (I’ll give you a hint: It’s neither, although Pat’s is SLIGHTLY better). Tony Luke’s is doable but I’m sure you can find a better Philly out there. And when you do, let a sister know! Step…

how to be a tourist in nashville

If you need a break from the bar scene, and you’ve done the boozy bike tour, here are some other things you can check out in Nashville: Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center – this is not to be confused with the Grand Ole Opry, although it is nearby. Gaylord is one of the largest…

boozy bike rides

Have you ever seen those idiots on the 12-person bikes, cruising down the street, being loud and obnoxious? Well in Nashville, I was one of those idiots, and it was actually really fun! My friends and I decided to do a boozy bike tour with the Pedal Tavern, which takes you to a few of…

cheap booze and free tunes

If you like (cheap) drinks + (free) live music, Nashville is the perfect destination for you. Spend a night barhopping down Lower Broadway, and you’re bound to make a lot of great memories. And if country music isn’t really your thing, don’t worry. They play other types of music as well. For example, at the…

muir woods

1,200 years. That’s how old the oldest tree is at Muir Woods, a redwood forest just 12 miles north of San Francisco. There are a few different trails there that you can hike. The shortest one takes just about half an hour. Just make sure you dress warmly because it’s cold and damp once you’re…