The current World Cup is over soon and it’s time to get up off the sofa and try the game yourself. Why not combine your passion for soccer with a fun vacation to a new destination? The travel company Soccer Resort does just that. Since 2003, this company has organized competitive and recreational adult soccer tournaments in many cities in the US and other countries.
Being in the Big Apple you may get inside New York’s most unique tour vehicle and take an unforgetable journey to the sites where famous New Yorker’s have died and famous New York City deaths have taken place. Of course you should be that kind of a person who doesn’t scare black stories.
This year July 4th falls on a Sunday and maybe you should celebrate America’s birthday in more interesting place then your own. Fireworks, concerts, contests and other events on the Independence Day in several American cities are worth to see and to travel to another part of the country or even the world (if you are outside the US). We’d like to represent 5 best places to celebrate the 4th of July.
If you’ve been to Times Square in New York in the last decade, you’ve probably seen the “Naked Cowboy”. In all kinds of weather, he’s out there strumming a guitar and getting bills for letting tourists take a photo with him. His real name is Robert Burck and he is a very business-minded guy. His nickname “Naked Cowboy” is a registered trademark and he sells franchise to other cities. But now the big NY’s tourist attraction in underwear is ornery because a “Naked Cowgirl” has moved into his territory.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened its doors on the 18th of June for millions of Joanne Rowling oeuvre’s fans. It’s situated at the Islands of Adventure theme park in Orlando, Florida. This “theme park within a theme park” features two main areas representing an amalgam of the Potter world: Hogwarts castle and the village of Hogsmeade.