Visiting the USA and exploring its many states opens a whole world of experiences. From buzzing cities to quaint old towns and coastal gems, the country has it all. The Lone Star State has particularly earned a spot on tourists’ radars in recent years, given the many awesome things that travelers can do in Texas. To narrow it down even further, one such place that’s recently been catching travelers’ attention is the neighborhood of Montrose in Houston. Why? This Texan location has a vibrant culture, a thriving food scene, fascinating cultural establishments, lively nightlife, and excellent all-around tourist attractions.
You can find Seattle’s heart and soul in Pike Place Market
It’s the first thing the late Anthony Bourdain, the original rock star of the culinary world, would do when he visited a place he’d never been to.
“You see what’s for sale, you see what’s in season, you see the fundamental color palette of a cuisine,” he shared in an interview with Men’s Journal.
The sights, sounds, and flavors of public markets/central food markets offer tourists far more than a bite to eat. Here, visitors get a glimpse into the lives of people of different cultures and experience how the locals live.
The best part? There’s no cost for admission,
How to Keep Your Toiletries From Leaking All Over the Place
Some people are pristine packers who dutifully Ziplock their toiletries, fold outfits together, and arrive at their destination with everything they need organized conveniently. Others are more haphazard, to say the least. If you’re in that second category, you’re surely familiar with the experience of getting somewhere, opening your bag, and finding that your clothes are covered in conditioner, moisturizer, or god-knows-what-else, thanks to the jostling of your bag and air pressure changes on the airplane.
You don’t have to completely overhaul your personality to find the kind of security pristine packers