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Sightseeing and leisure in Alabama

Alabama offers many interesting attractions, pubs, bars and a wide range of accommodation. It is estimated that about 20 million tourists visit Alabama annually, including about 100,000 non-US tourists, including English, German, Japanese and Polish. Tourist attractions of Alabama Montgomery… Continue Reading…


San Francisco – short history and curiosities

San Francisco is one of the most recognizable cities in America that is definitely worth visiting during a trip to the United States. You will find here not only famous symbols such as the Golden Gate Bridge, steep streets and… Continue Reading…


Presidents’ Day

Washington’s Birthday, also known as Presidents’ Day, is a federal holiday held on the third Monday of February. The day honors presidents of the United States, starting with George Washington, the USA’s first president. Is Presidents’ Day a Public Holiday?… Continue Reading…


Redwood National Park

Redwood National Park is located on the western slopes of the Coastal Mountains, off the Pacific Ocean in the southern part of the state of California. A bit of history By the end of the latest Ice Age, Giant Redwoods… Continue Reading…


Tomorrow is Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl in the United States One of the biggest annual sporting events in the United States, the Super Bowl, also sometimes known as the Big Game, is the final championship game of the National Football League (NFL). What is… Continue Reading…


Polish traces in the world. USA – part 2 – Panna Maria, Texas

Our journey in the footsteps of Polish settlers in North America started in Jamestown, Virginia. Today we will follow those footsteps all the way to Texas. And why there, to the south-west state so far away from the east coast… Continue Reading…


10 Fun Facts About Los Angeles

1. Los Angeles’s name was not always “Los Angeles” When Los Angeles became a city, its full name was “El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora de los Angeles de Porciúncula .” That would translate to “The Town of Our Lady Queen of… Continue Reading…


What may surprise you upon arrival in the USA

The United States is different. And it’s not only cultural differences or those resulting from a confusing history. For me, as an European, many things that seem normal in the US may seem shocking. I have regretted more than once… Continue Reading…


10 best – beaches in Orange County

Picking the best beaches in Orange County isn’t easy. With 42 miles of sandy coastline and a string of small, eclectic beach towns, Orange County delivers the quintessential Southern California experience. Located between San Diego to the south and Los… Continue Reading…


US Tour – Los Angeles part 2 – Downtown LA – the cradle of American cinematography

In LA nobody is from LA. People come here both from all over the United States and from around the world. Thanks to them, the city is so diverse. Visiting Los Angeles is like traveling around the world. Chinatown, Koreatown,… Continue Reading…