Tag Archives: Washington

Interesting Facts About The White House

The White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States. It’s located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C. and it has been the official place of residence for every US President since John Adams in 1800. The Twin Irish architect James Hoban is thought to have based his plans for the ... Read More »

Washington D.C. – A Place Of True Diversity

Besides being the capitol of the country, Washington D.C. is one of the most diverse cities in the USA. From the sea of tourists that visit all year round, to completely different styles of architecture in different parts, this city can certainly keep you busy for the time of your stay. A Wide Range Of Choices Finding a place to ... Read More »

Discovery Trail, Washington – A Cyclist’s Paradise

The Discovery Trail in Washington is one of the most breathtaking trails in the Pacific Northwest featuring sand dunes, views of the ocean and gentle woods. One of the most picturesque trails on the West Coast, you will find pieces of art along the way, as well as bald eagles, shorebirds and deer if you’re lucky. The Discovery Trail is ... Read More »

20 Terrifying Bridges People Actually Use

To paraphrase “Dilbert” creator Scott Adams, “the goal of every good engineer is to do very little in their careers, and if you must build something, just hope it doesn’t hurt anyone.” Of course, that’s selling short some very talented engineers who should be given great credit for figuring out innovative ways of getting us to cross previously un-crossable terrain ... Read More »

Seattle – A City Of Music And Coffee

Many cities in the USA have their charms and attractions. But unlike most of them, Seattle didn’t have to build anything spectacular in order to attract attention to itself. Fact is, the biggest city in the state of Washington has something natural and authentic about it that makes so many people move there. And when it comes to passing by, ... Read More »