Formerly a small fishing village on the Tokaido road, Yokohama, now Japan’s second largest city, was first made a treaty port in 1859. Then followed an influx of traders, especially Chinese and British, making it the biggest port in Asia by the early 1900.
In this short roadtrip, we traversed America.
The most popular thing to do at the luxury Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia isn’t being pampered at the spa, playing a round of golf on one of its world-class courses, or indulging in its legendary fine dining.
The posh Proximity Hotel exudes swank luxury, New York City style, down south in glorious Greensboro, North Carolina. It provides the essence of comfort and welcome to all who visit.
The covered bridges of Vermont are often found on postcards, in books and stories about the state and on many different social media sites. They’re the settings for idyllic, scenic drives, weddings, and ghost tales.
One of the most desolate places on earth starts just across the border from where I live in San Diego, the approximately 760 miles/1200-kilometer-long Baja Peninsula.