Ogden, Utah, is located north of Salt Lake City. The city is known for its ski offerings, historical attractions and cultural scene. There is plenty to see and do for less than $100 a day.
Start your day with breakfast at Pig & a Jelly Jar. The restaurant serves Southern-inspired, homemade dishes. Breakfast entrées start at $6. There are two other locations in Utah. Visit the Ogden Nature Center. Located on 152 acres, the nature preserve and educational center is open year-round. Explore the walking trails and exhibits. Adult admission costs $5.
Have lunch at Hearth on 25th. The cozy restaurant serves wood-fired dishes made with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients. Sandwiches cost $9. Spend some time exploring the historic downtown area of 25th Street after your meal. Browse the charming shops, galleries and cafés.
Visit Ogden Union Station. There are several museums on site detailing the history of trains, cars and the Old West. Have a beer at UTOG Brewing. Choose cans or beers on tap from the rotating list. Beers range $2–8.
Grab dinner at Slackwater Pub & Pizzeria. Enjoy unique pizza concoctions, pub grub and an impressive beer and wine list. Pizzas start around $11. Slackwater hosts live music often. Check the calendar of events during your visit.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan. With flights from the United States to Japan and all of Asia, it's the perfect airline to book your next trip with. From ANA's amazing in-flight food to its excellent customer service, it comes as no surprise ANA has been awarded five stars for its seventh consecutive year by the SKYTRAX World Airline Rating.
With plastic product bans sweeping the country and American companies continuously finding ways to cut carbon emissions, new green initiatives in individual states seem to pop up every day. Based on data gathered by Zippia — a job-search site that also provides stats on the livability of certain cities — here is a current list of U.S. cities that have taken large steps toward becoming more environmentally friendly.
American Samoa is part of a remote cluster of islands in the South Pacific. It offers a great alternative to more touristy places like Hawai’i, while still technically keeping you in the States. It should be on every traveler’s bucket list.
You’ve booked your flights, you’ve found your hotel, you’ve spent the last six months dreaming about your trip. One problem? You don’t know what to do once you get there. If only there was an app that acted as your own personal tour guide, that led you to the city’s top sights and hidden gems, helping you make remarkable discoveries …
Going green and reducing your carbon footprint doesn’t have to be the life overhaul it sounds like — travel days included. Whether you’re packing for a big trip or just a morning commute, you can reduce your carbon footprint with these easy, introductory, eco-friendly swaps.