I’m a big fan of Walks of Fame. Many cities have created walks of fame on their sidewalks to honor famous local residents or people who have contributed to the city’s culture. Take a look at the four images below. These are four Walks of Fame that I’ve visited in the past, featuring the stars […]
Ride to the top of the mountain overlooking Pittsburgh on one of the city's old-timey inclines.
I love the colorful houses of old New Orleans neighborhoods Faubourg Marigny and Bywater.
Experiences from Day 1 in New Orleans included riding streetcars and ferries and eating some amazing food.
A photo essay from my visit to the largest city in British Columbia.
See German air raid shelters and American war planes at the World War II Museum.
Crossing the street to get from Missouri to Kansas just felt odd.
See Chester Arthur and John Lennon together, the way they were always meant to be.
Thanks to my credit card rewards points, I have a few free flights coming up.
Exploring one of the best urban parks in the entire world.
Not every trip can be a winner. Vancouver was a fail for me because I hadn’t planned properly.
The Lane Motor Museum has a massive collection of antique European vehicles, prototypes and alternative fuel cars.
True Blood houses, Elvis statues, taxidermy museums, and ZZ Top murals: Quirky experiences in Shreveport, Louisiana
From art and museums to hole in the wall diners, the Louisiana town is loaded with offbeat and interesting sights.
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Welcome! I’m Scott, a Chicago freelance writer into national parks, offbeat roadside attractions, road trips, arts & culture, and urban adventures in the U.S. and beyond.
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