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2020 U.S. Calendar: Federal Holidays 2020 Travel Notes and Long Weekends
Dates of Federal Holidays for 2020 New Year’s Day – January 1, Wednesday Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. – January 20, Monday Washington’s Birthday – February 17, Monday Memorial Day – May 25, Monday Independence Day – July 3, Friday Labor Day – September 7, Monday Columbus Day – October 12, Monday Veterans Day – November 11, Wednesday Thanksgiving Day – November 26, Thursday Christmas Day – December 25, Friday
TripBlogJun 1, 2020 0 2,794
Parades and Fireworks: Great Ways to Celebrate the Fourth of July
The Fourth of July is that classic American holiday when all our grandiose display of flags, barbeque, apple pie, and fireworks come together in a delectable slice of true Americana. Many of us fondly remember trips across the state line to purchase obscenely powerful firecrackers. There’s also the annual family trip to the beach and the time-honored tradition of the Main Street parade. These quintessential Fourth of July traditions are what make the Fourth of July…well…the Fourth of July. We took a look around the United States and are bringing your our favorite places to enjoy the Fourth in all its patriotic glory. These are our recommendations for ways to celebrate the Fourth of July.
TripBlogMar 6, 2020 0 922
Shikoku Summer Festival: Summer Trip Ideas in July
Many interesting activities will be held in Shikoku Japan to attract tourists every summer. Shikoku is the smallest city of Japan's four large islands. No matter And the Spirit of Sacrifice, Tokushima Apo Dance, or other diversified fireworks, all of them are worth experiencing! All the festivals listed in the list are important gatherings in the summer of Shikoku. If you are planning your summer vacation in Japan, visit Shikoku!
TripBlogMar 2, 2020 0 653
Summer Vacation Ideas in Japan: Fireworks Festival
Summer Kansai Fireworks Festival is something you cannot miss in your summer vacation in Japan. Wearing a yukata and holding moon-shaped fans to attend the fireworks festival has become a part of Japan's poetic summer scenery. We have to mention Kansai when talking about fireworks festivals. Each place has its own characteristics. It is a really unique experience when appreciating the fireworks exploding in the sky. Have you decided where to go watch fireworks in Japan this summer?
TripBlogMar 2, 2020 0 716
Summer Vacation Ideas in Japan: Things to do in Nagoya
July is the time to enjoy summer vacation. Nagoya, a famous historical city, has not only diversified interesting buildings, but also a lot of fun activities to accompany you through the hot summer Fireworks Display, Water Park, Restricted Haunted House, and world events, etc., a lot of brilliant shows. Come to follow us to view these brilliant shows
TripBlogMar 2, 2020 0 380
Summer Vacation in Japan: Things to do in Hokkaido
Interested in spend your summer vacation in Japan? Hokkaido summers are very interesting. In addition to the blooming flower fields and the lavender flowers, the highlight of summers in Japan is the summer festivals and the firework festivals that become quite lively during this time. You also cannot miss the delicious summer fruit and ice cream.
TripBlogMar 2, 2020 0 766
Ala Moana Beach Park: Honolulu Local's Top district
A famous district of Honolulu is Ala Moana. The district has the vast Ala Moana Center shopping complex and the local favorite Ala Moana Beach. The downtown district of Honolulu is home to the Hawaii State Capitol building and Iolani Palace. The Iolani Palace is a museum but was once the home of Hawaiian Royalty. Other famous museums are the Bernice Pauhj Bishop Museum and Hawaiian State Art Museum. Both showcase the local culture and arts.
TripBlogJan 15, 2020 0 823
Thanksgiving 2020: Thanksgiving Notes and Vacation Ideas
What day is Thanksgiving 2020? 26 Nov. Thanksgiving 2020 is a bit later than usual. Thanksgiving is an American holiday and is a day of celebration all over the country. This special day has a historical significance in America as it is connected to the pilgrims from Europe who set foot on the new world. Thanksgiving is also a very important day because it is the start of the Christmas season as well. Many people start Christmas shopping and planning for the big season right from Thanksgiving
TripBlogJan 13, 2020 0 3,998
Festival in Italy
Italy is a happy and free country with various festivals. Each district has their own features in Italy, such as Carnival, the Venice Film Festival, Siena’s Horse Racing Festival, Milan Fashion Week, and the Milan Furniture Fair, etc.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 520
8 Things You Cannot Forget on an Unforgettable Trip to Valencia
8 things you cannot forget on an unforgettable trip to valencia Valencia is located in the eastern coast of Spain, and is the third largest city in the country. One of the greatest marks of the city is the coexistence of ancient structures and modern buildings. Flying or traveling by train, it takes 1 hour to arrive in the city, and 2-3 days is sufficient to explore the city.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 505
The 10 Best Around The World to Travel in November
Chiang Mai Thailand’s rose of the north # The Loy Krathong Water Festival of Lights# takes place every November, and it is best to participate in this traditional festival in Chiang Mai.# Thousands gather together to light and release the sky lanterns, where Chiang Mai holds a grand skylight event, with sky lanterns lit in the night sky. The scene is very spectacular.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 370
Apart from Grand Cathedral: Things to do in Cologne
Cologne is Germany’s fourth largest city and is located in the northwest of the country. It’s about a 200 km drive from Frankfurt. Cologne's attractions are close together, and you can take in the main sights on foot in a single day.
TripBlogDec 25, 2019 0 856
To Worship Buddha in Northern Thailand, There’s One Stop You Can’t Miss ⁠ The Northern Capital of Buddhism, Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai, the capital of Thailand during the Lanna reign, is also an important birthplace of Theravada Buddhism. The city is scattered with more than 100 temples, and is referred to as the Northern Buddhism capital. The three famous temples in the ancient city of Chiang Mai, Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Phra Singh and Wat Chiang Man, each have their own special characteristics. On Doi Suthep Mountain from the Ssangyong Temple, you can look out over a panoramic view of the city. The forest temple Wat Umong outside the ancient city, and Wat Suan Dok with its excellent sunset scenery, are also worth a visit.
TripBlogDec 24, 2019 0 560
A Bright Color in Winter
Japan's four seasons have their own scenic spots. In addition to watching the snow in winter, there are romantic and dreamy lighting shows waiting for you to see!
TripBlogDec 20, 2019 0 168
Mount Fuji: The Undisputed King of Japan's Mountains
Mount Fuji, about 2.5 hours' drive from Tokyo, is not only the most well-known and tallest mountain in Japan, but also a well deserved symbol of Japan. In recent years, climbing Mount Fuji has become a major craze. In addition, you can go to Lake Kawaguchi and Oshino Hakkai to enjoy hot springs and experience the most exciting Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park.
TripBlogDec 19, 2019 0 1,204
Eight Knacks to Play in Saga
Saga is the smallest county of Kyushu. If you ignore the beauty of Saga for its small size, it is a pity indeed. Saga is famous for Ureshino Onsen and Takeo Onsen. The morning market of Yobuko is with the freshest seafood. Aritayaki and Imari porcelain are the most famous porcelains in Japan. Of course, Saga beef, Sanrai chicken and bustling hot air balloon festivals are the wonderful things that you cannot miss in Saga.
TripBlogDec 12, 2019 0 314
Food, Window-Shopping and Shopping, the Places You Must go in Sapporo
Sapporo is the capital of Hokkaido, the main city to enter and leave Hokkaido. There are not so many scenic spots in Sapporo, so one day is enough; as the most prosperous city in Hokkaido, shopping, foods and intermediate center are the main functions of Sapporo. Food, window-shopping and shopping should be the main purposes here for you!
TripBlogDec 12, 2019 0 322
18 Things American Expat Miss the Most
Americans are well known for their work-life balance. They give equal importance to work and their time. On an average of about 42% of Americans have their passport, and you can also see one in five long haul travelers will be an American. Once in awhile, Americans will make some time in their busy lives to go out with their friends, families and loved ones to explore new places, new food, new culture, and diversities. But yes! There are things that they would miss being an American Expat. You would certainly miss the comfort of bringing at your home.
TripBlogDec 11, 2019 0 708
Hot Springs in the Snowy Mountains: Exploring Asahikawa and Sounkyo Gorge
Asahikawa is located in the middle of Hokkaido. It is one of Hokkaido’s transportation hubs and it is also a doorway to the Sounkyo Gorge.The Sounkyo Gorge is about an hour's drive from Asahikawa. The hot springs town in the snowy mountains is Hokkaido’s most famous spot for maple viewing in autumn, and it hosts the famous Ice Waterfall Festival in winter.
TripBlogDec 3, 2019 0 318
2019 U.S. Calendar: Federal Holidays 2019
Dates of Federal Holidays 2019 · New Year’s Day – January 1, Tuesday · Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. – January 21, Monday · Washington’s Birthday – February 18, Monday · Memorial Day – May 27, Monday · Independence Day – July 4, Thursday · Labor Day – September 2, Monday · Columbus Day – October 14, Monday · Veterans Day – November 11, Monday · Thanksgiving Day – November 28, Thursday · Christmas Day – December 25, Wednesday
TripBlogDec 2, 2019 0 336
8 Romantic Locations in Tokyo to Visit This Holiday Season
Christmas is coming soon, and fantastic lights are popping up everywhere in Japan. The Christmas spirit is picking up. As the capital, Tokyo is full of romantic lights. Let's take a look at the 8 most popular places.
TripBlogNov 27, 2019 0 352
Taste of Chicago: 10 Food Festivals and Tours in Chicago
Chicago is the capital city of the state of Illinois in the United States of America. It is a city with a rich American culture and heritage. Chicago rightly lays claims to a large number of regional food specialties that is a reflection of its diverse ethnic and working-class roots. Some of them are the famous deep-dish pizza, Chicago style thin crust and others that uniquely define the taste of Chicago. The Robb Report in 2003 named Chicago as the “most exceptional dining destination” in the U.S. In 2008, it was awarded the “Tastiest City” title by Maxim. Many well-known chefs have restaurants in Chicago including Rick Bayless, Grant Achatz, Charlie Trotter, and Rick Tramonto to name a few.
TripBlogNov 19, 2019 0 391
30 Fun Things to Do in Chicago for New Year 2020
Whether your transit is only a couple of hours or you plan to stay for a few days, there are endless things to do in Chicago for every traveler. Be it awe-inspiring skyscrapers, vibrant shopping districts, World-class museums, exciting nightlife venues or appetizing food, the Windy City has it all. What delights most travelers are all the things you can see and do in the city throughout the year. Generous donations by philanthropists have turned Chicago into a treasure trove of museums with 700 works of art by the most renowned artists in history, added to that the Millennium Park and its adjacent open galleries together with the skyscrapers turn the location in to an outdoor gallery by itself loved by romanticists and art enthusiasts from around the world. More free events include the food and music festivals that are enjoyed by millions. Whether you’re exploring by foot or by rentals, this article brings to you all the Chicago things to do for an exciting visit.
TripBlogNov 19, 2019 0 1,074
TOP 7 Most Distinctive Japanese Festivals, You've Earned if You Know about Them
Participate in Osaka Tenjin Matsuri Festival: One of the three major festivals in Japan Osaka Tenjin Matsuri Festival, with a history of more than 1,000 years, is one of the "three major festivals" in Japan and the largest water celebration in the world The highlight of the festival is the "Parade on Land" and "Parade by Boat". Parade on Land indicates that 3,000 people dressed in Nara's Heian court costume and the God sedan with the slowly walk forward; Parade by Boat indicates that about 100 boats from Tenma Bridge go upstream. In the evening, there is also the fireworks display.
TripBlogNov 15, 2019 0 666
10 Things You Have to do in Ibaraki
10 Things You Have to do in Ibaraki Ibaraki Prefecture is about an hour's drive from Tokyo. Spring Airlines also has a direct flight from China to Ibaraki. Whether it is a day trip starting from Tokyo or a long trip by plane, you can follow this guide.
TripBlogNov 13, 2019 0 365
10 Unmissable Things in Nepal
Nepal is a small country under the Himalayas, bordering Tibet and India. There are temples, historical sites and magnificent scenery here. Combined with the low price of commodities, it has always been a popular tourist destination. The article introduces 10 unmissable things in Nepal.
TripBlogNov 13, 2019 0 766
Discover Thailand’s Koh Samui
If you are at Thailand for a vacation, then don’t forget to get Koh Samui on your list of places to visit for an unforgettable holiday. Let us tell you why this destination scores, what to do at Koh Samui, how much do these attractions cost, all details on where to get your tickets from and in reality all the run-down for each event to help you plan your time and vacation at Koh Samui well.
TripBlogNov 12, 2019 0 570
Top 9 Things To Do in Summer Sydney
Are you looking for things to do in Sydney during the Summer season? So, here are some of the great things to do in Sydney. The image which first pops up into our minds when we hear the word, ‘SYDNEY’ is that of a canvas painting, with the opera house, the arched harbor bridge and speedboat making its way from the horizon into our perceptive gaze. Sydney is a destination all travel mongers hype. The capital of New South Wales, Sydney, is one of the largest and most lively cities in Australia. Sydney is a city filled with wonder, excitement, and vigor. There are so many things to be explored in this city. The moonlight cinema’s to yoga under the shining sun. Sydney vows to leave you gasping for air. This city is one of the most popular tourist destinations, which sees an annual influx of almost 1 million people every year.
TripBlogNov 11, 2019 0 2,930
9 Best Things to do in Hokkaido during Winter Holidays
Hokkaido is famous for its volcanoes, natural hot springs (onsen), and ski areas, the northernmost of Japan's main islands. The territory of Hokkaido is 83,456.58km2, which is 22 percent of the country's total land area. Hokkaido, as a country, is currently the world's 21st largest island. The people of Japan are proud of the big island, where nature combines so well with the lives of people. Hokkaido is famous for its high quality and freshness of its seafood because the cold waters around the northernmost prefecture of Japan are ideal for fish and sea vegetation. It was formerly known as Yezo, Yeso, Ezo, or Yesso. Some areas in the county are particularly famous for a specific commodity, such as Rishiri and Rebun's uni (sea urchin).
TripBlogNov 5, 2019 0 1,385
Everything You Need to Know About the Chinese New Year
If you live in America or any other country outside of Asia, then you’re probably used to a particular kind of New Year celebration. For you, each new year begins on the 1st of January and is often hailed with fireworks, the dropping of a giant ball in New York City, and cheers. For many people from the West, this is the end of the New Year’s celebration, and you probably won’t think much about th
TripBlogJul 18, 2019 0 7,486