It is never too late to be where you might have been! Remember a little bit of late summer is what the whole year is all about! Here are the awesome places you’d love to spend your late summer here! August is the best!
Miami does not only possess great beach, awesome people and shopping souvenirs centre. It is also packed with exquisite restaurants and the go-to while travelling!
What’s best in Miami folks is it doesn’t just posses the greatest beach one would find, but it’s the awesome buildings of restaurants and hotels surrounding the area!
Just like “The Forge Restaurant and Wine Bar”
The Forge is a famous nightclub / restaurant on Arthur Godfrey Road in the city of Miami Beach, Florida. The legendary steakhouse & wine bar. With its modern décor, awesome ambiance and philosophy, this great restaurant will truly satisfy your day dream!
“One of my favorite restaurants in all Miami. This restaurant dates back to the old Scarface days of Miami and still has that look. Its a pretty exclusive place and you wont even find the name anywhere on the front. You just have to know where it is. The decor is fab. The steaks are amazing. Make sure you order dessert early because they take about 30 mins to prepare. Reservations recommended….” – google reviewer (inf src)
Next stop is Miami Beach Resort & Spa
Overlooking the beach and Atlantic Ocean, this contemporary resort is less than 3 miles from lively South Beach and a 15-minute drive from the upscale Bal Harbour Shops. Rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows feature ocean or city views.
“Very clean and spacious hotel with direct access onto a safe beach the decor fir some might be a touch dated but for us that wasn’t a problem I think the hotel represented excellent value for money.”- verified review (inf src)
Nevertheless, give this place a shot! the Fisher Island Hotel & Resort
Fisher Island Hotel & Resort, located within the luxurious, private residential island community of Fisher Island, offers guests the ultimate exclusive vacation. Accessible only by auto-ferry or yacht, the 216-acre resort features a private beach and beach club, nine-hole professional golf course, world class tennis center, marina, seven dining options, 4,000 square-feet of meetings space and a full-service spa. Complimentary golf carts are provided to guests for island transportation, as well as in-room Wi-Fi high speed Internet service and a 24-hour dedicated concierge. (inf src)
“This property is 9 minutes walk from the beach. The Fisher Island Club and Hotel is located on a private island and features access to a golf course and private beach areas. Guests will also enjoy an outdoor pool and a spa is available. Free WiFi is also available.” (inf src)
“Great setting with its own little beach. Food was good and the level of service was first class. Great concierge service.” – verified review (inf src)
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Kauai is an island in the Central Pacific, part of the Hawaiian archipelago. It’s nicknamed “the Garden Isle” thanks to the tropical rainforest covering much of its surface. The dramatic cliffs and pinnacles of its Na Pali Coast have served as a backdrop for major Hollywood films, while 10-mile-long Waimea Canyon and the Nounou Trails traversing the Sleeping Giant mountain ridge are hiking destinations.
Wanna see the regions of this gorgeous Island?
Come take a look at Lihue, Kauai
Lihue has a variety of natural wonders to explore. Kalapaki Beach is the home of the Kauai Marriott Resort and Beach Club and the Hokuala Golf Resort. Bodysurfing, SUP, surfing and swimming make Kalapaki a popular destination. Ninini Beach is home to an automated lighthouse, in operation since 1897. And just north of Lihue, don’t forget to stop at the Wailua Falls lookout for an amazing waterfall view. (source info)
Never miss the Kauai Museum, featuring the amazing collections from the artisans of Kauai and Niihau. And also the Marvellous Wailua Falls! It is an easily accessible, 80-foot-high waterfall located north of Lihue.
A tunnel of tall eucalyptus trees marks the gateway to Kauai’s sunny South Shore. Perfect weather and golden beaches make the south side of Kauai a favorite hangout for both visitors and locals.
The South Shore of Kauai is sure to provide something for everyone.
One of the highlights is Poipu Beach Park! The family-friendly Poipu Beach Park, on Kauai’s south shore, was once voted “America’s Best Beach.” Never to forget once visited is the Old Koloa Town, in south Kauai, is a charming area with a historic plantation past.
Photo master? Then Spouting Horn Park is for you! It features a blowhole that’s one of the most photographed spots on Kauai. Sightseeing the Allerton Garden too! It is home to the giant Moreton Figs made famous in the film “Jurassic Park” as well as a network of trails and wide variety of plant species.
Kauai’s dramatic North Shore is an enchanting setting full of rugged mountains, lush taro fields, heavenly beaches and spectacular sea cliffs. You’ll be amazed at how much beauty can be found in just one area of Kauai. (source info)
Kauai North Shore can be summed up in one word: Paradise! Waterfalls, verdant valleys, white sand beaches, lush jungles, tropical flowers, and quaint laid back communities. This enchanted slice of paradise is where you will find the towns of Kilauea, Haena, Hanalei, Anini and the upscale community of Princeville. You can surf, snorkel or swim in the turquoise-waters of Hanalei Bay, visit historical landmarks, wander through quaint shops, and enjoy a meal at some of Kauai’s finest local eateries. Kauai’s North Shore is calling. (source info)
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They say, if the winter is too cold and the summer is too hot, then you are not a hiker.
Glacier National park in Montana, is more than 700 miles of trails in a vast park with diverse landscapes & abundant wildlife.
Peak travel is summer (Jun–Sep), when the weather’s characterized by warm, sunny days and mild-to-cool nights. Native America Speaks (Jun–Sep) is a series of summer talks given by Native tribal members. Nov–Mar is cold with frequent heavy snow. Overnight temperatures become extremely cold Dec–Feb. Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are popular at this time. (inf src)
Without further ado! Here are the Best hikes in Glacier National Park!
Hidden Lake Apartments is truly a hidden treasure. If you think the surroundings are lavish, feast your eyes upon the most enormous apartment homes you`re likely ever to see. (inf src)
“Superb lake to see from the visitor center of Logan Pass. The trailhead, very fitted, can make reluctant those looking for large spaces. Especially there is a lot of people, on the first part. By cons when the descent, undeveloped, is committed to the lake, much of the public has already turned around. The lake has remained very wild as long as one moves away from the north shore. By following the west bank to the south of the lake, we met very few people and observed a beautiful deer olaphe, and a black bear. extraordinary colors in the late afternoon, and swimming in the lake. Water is of course a bit “cold”.”- verified review
The trailhead is a short distance after the turn for Many Glacier Hotel, if you miss the first turn the take the next one.
In addition to being one of the most scenic and easy trails in Glacier Park the Swiftcurrent Lake Trail also has the unique distinction of a wonderfully scenic fireplace overlooking the lake in the Many Glacier Hotel. Do not hike this trail without treating yourself to beauty of this Swiss Chalet Style lobby guilt nearly one hundred years ago by the Great Northern Railroad. (inf src)
“A beautiful clear blue lake that reflects the distant mountains perfectly – especially at dawn. The Many Glacier hotel is right on the shoreline and looks out over this gem. Many of the hikes leave from this area as well.” – verified review
n’ok, Hikes in Glacier Park is the best! I mean everyone should tried it! Have you? Well, whether you have or have not, it is best to visit this blog and read more!
Huge wilderness of mountains, glaciers & ancient forest, undeveloped but for backpacking trails. How awesome North Cascades National Park is? Without further ado! Here are the lists!
The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Located on the west side of the Cascades between the Canadian border and Mt. Rainier National Park, you will find glacier-covered peaks, spectacular mountain meadows and old-growth forests rich in history and outdoor opportunities. (source info)
Let’s see how awesome review it got!
“This is one of the grandest scenes in the North Cascades that is not difficult to get to. Make a loop out of it by first going to Ann Lake, then Heather Pass to see massive Black Peak, then up to the incomparable views of Maple Pass. Head over to Frisco Mtn and come down a steeper trail with other views including Rainy Lake. Because access is so easy it gets popular on summer weekends. But the higher you go, the fewer the people” – Google reviewer
You will surely enjoy your every seconds here!
Ross Lake is a large reservoir in the North Cascade mountains of northern Washington state, United States, and southwestern British Columbia, Canada.
One of the reviews says, “One of the most beautiful places on Earth. Had some of the best times of my life on this lake and in those mountains.” – Google review
Those are just some few of the great awesome places to see and visit! So you better check them more out here!
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