One day in Helsinki is a few too short. You’re gonna need a few days to properly soak up the sea baths or a day trip to Tallinn. But if a day’s all you’ve got, this is what you can try.
Go See the World exists because I was able to pay off my grad school loans. SoFi helped me do that and then paid for me to go to Brooklyn to celebrate and share my story!
Well the good news is I don’t have a MySpace page for Go See the World. The better news is – I definitely have Facebook and Instagram pages.
There is more to do in Dallas than one can do in a weekend (a day and a half, technically). But last fall I found a cheap ticket, asked two of my friends to hang out, and this is what happened!
Expected: Great BBQ.
Unexpected: Amazing art, great beer, and green spaces as far as the eye can see.
Today is May 26, 2018. Today would have been my mother’s 70th birthday. For those of you who don’t know, my mother is the inspiration for Go See the World and her life was one of global curiosity and linguistic ability. She sadly passed on June […]
A poor customer service experience at the Seattle Centurion Lounge and no way to provide direct feedback? What’s wrong with this situation?
Detroit. Motor City. Home of Motown and maligned for urban blight. But underneath the stereotypes is a vibrant, thriving city full of warm people.
The great thing about the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco is that you never stop learning. Whether you have two hours or an entire day, this guide can help you enjoy your time here.
My 31st state: New Mexico. The destination? Albuquerque. A whirlwind weekend trip, purchased on a whim, with an itinerary determined on arrival. Read ahead for sopapillas, cacti, and nuclear weapons!