Guest post by Eric Adamczyk Taking a day trip from Fresno, California may seem like an odd guide to write. But hear me out! Fresno has a population of over a half million people and that number just keeps increasing. There are many homes for sale in Fresno and many new faces moving in. So, whether you’ve lived in Fresno your whole life or just bought a home here, it’s time to get out and explore! This list is featuring… Read more »

The Top 8 Things to See in Singapore

Guest post by Erica Fedco Singapore is an amazing country with numerous attractions that can interest any person. If you are planning to visit Singapore, you should learn some of the best things to see in Singapore. It is part of the preparation for the trip just like applying for a visa and buying the necessary gear. Since there are many attractions, this article will highlight eight of the best. The Top 8 Things to See in Singapore Marina Bay… Read more »

20 Amazing Gift Ideas for Travelers

Gift shopping for the travelers in your life is not the easiest task! Plane tickets are expensive…and what else does a traveler want anyways? This post is here to explain! I’ll be sharing gift ideas for travelers that range from sentimental to practical…and even a few that I’ve received myself over the years! My family has really had their work cut out for them over the years, as we not only are obsessed with travel, we didn’t have a home… Read more »

The Best Black Friday Weekend Sales

Oh, it’s the most wonderful time of year! Where everything is on sale and stores are packed to the gills and lines are miles long. But, fortunately, we live in the age of the Internet! And all the lovely deals you can get in store are also available online! I’ve done all of my Christmas shopping online the past few years, and I am doing the same this year. (Plus, I want to get a couple things for myself, haha…like… Read more »

Selime Monastery

Heading to Cappadocia, Turkey? When you book your Green Tour of the area with New Goreme Tours, mention “Lindsey of Have Clothes, Will Travel” for 10% off your entire purchase with New Goreme Tours! *Thank you to New Goreme Tours for partnering with me for this post on the Green Tour of Cappadocia, Turkey. As always, all opinion are my own, and I am never compensated for a positive review. We’ve covered the “Red Tour” in Cappadocia, Turkey. So, now… Read more »

Love valley

Heading to Cappadocia, Turkey? When you book your Red Tour of the area with New Goreme Tours, mention “Lindsey of Have Clothes, Will Travel” for 10% off your entire tour purchase with New Goreme Tours! Thank you to New Goreme Tours for partnering with me for this post on the Red Tour of Cappadocia, Turkey. As always, all opinions are my own, and I am never compensated for a positive review. There’s more to the Cappadocia region of Turkey than… Read more »

How to Dress for the Red & Green Tours in Cappadocia, Turkey

Boots c/o* | Jeans | Jacket | Cardigan (similar) | Scarf | Sunnies (similar) I decided to write this post because it seems like there are quite a few misconceptions about how you should dress for these day tours in Cappadocia, Turkey. I have a suspicion that Instagram is to blame for this. Heck, if you had only glanced at my outfit post from Monday, you might have thought that’s actually what I wore for a day out and about… Read more »

What It’s Like to Ride a Hot Air Balloon in Cappadocia, Turkey with Butterfly Balloons

*Thank you to Butterfly Balloons for partnering with me for this post. As always, all opinion are my own, and I am never compensated for a positive review. Cappadocia, Turkey is famous for many things…However, its hot air balloon rides are perhaps its most distinguishing feature. Roughly 100 balloons take to the skies every morning (weather permitting). It’s one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen…and it happens every morning at sunrise! (This area has the perfect weather for… Read more »

What I Wore for the Sultan Cave Suites Famous Terrace (for Viewing the Hot Air Balloons)

Scarf c/o* | Skirt c/o* | Sweater c/o* (Similar here) | Heels Anyone with an Instagram account has likely seen the iconic images of someone posing in a cute outfit as the hot air balloons rise beautifully at sunrise behind them. This is in the Cappadocia region of Turkey, and the majority of these images are coming from the terrace of the Sultan Cave Suites in the town of Göreme. (FYI – You can only use the terrace if you’re… Read more »

3 Great Ways to Chronicle Your Adventure Travels

Guest Post by Sarah Saker There’s nothing as exhilarating as going somewhere new. The thrill of walking a new path, the apprehension of taking a different route, or the serenity from the view of a mountain peak stimulates us in ways that our careers and other hobbies never could. Allowing ourselves to reconnect with our more natural, primitive instincts in the woods, deserts, and hills give us a sense of fulfillment that has kept adventurers the world over globetrotting for… Read more »

Guest post by Alex Reddle Barcelona is a beautiful city in Spain’s Catalonia region, known for its art and architecture. There are also frequent deals on getaways to Barcelona…and whether you’ve been married for years or recently met your partner on dating site flirt.com, Barcelona is a city that can give Paris a run for its money as a romantic getaway! This post will explain how you can make the most of your time in Barcelona with your sweetheart. Planning… Read more »

Jack the Ripper Tours

Guest Post by Aaron Hanson Happy Halloween! Today’s post is a spooky guest post out of London, England. Enjoy! The Jack the Ripper murders are 130 years old this year, yet interest in this infamous Victorian murder mystery is as strong as ever. Maybe it’s the catchy name, or the fact the killer wasn’t caught or perhaps it’s the idea that the killer could have been a member of the royal family or a surgeon that has helped keep interest… Read more »

A T-34 Tank - You can actually ride this in Moscow, Russia

Note: This post is in no way meant to promote violence of any kind. This is simply an off-the-beaten-path tour that is available in Russia. All shots fired here were blanks, therefore no living thing was injured in any way. Things in life I never thought I’d say, “Why yes, I’ve ridden in a Soviet tank (T-34 to be exact) and shot a machine gun.” There are some really crazy things you can do in Russia, and this happens to… Read more »

3 days in Phoenix, Arizona

Freelance contribution by Martins Godainis Phoenix, Arizona is a paradise in the middle of a desert, surrounded by cacti, mountains, and beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The city itself sprawls outwards in all directions to offer up amazing attractions, culture, and nightlife for people of all ages. Though it’s impossible to see all of Phoenix over a 3-day visit, you can experience the best Arizona’s capital has to offer. Here’s a 3-day itinerary for you to follow, so you can see… Read more »

Queenstown, new zealand

Queenstown, New Zealand is dubbed “the adventure capital of the world”…and for good reason! While you can certainly spend a much longer amount of time in Queenstown than 2 days, you can still experience a ton of once-in-a-lifetime activities in just 2 days in Queenstown. Transportation in Queenstown Many of the activities and locations mentioned in this post are spread out. You can get by without a car in Queenstown if you book bus tours. However, if you’re looking to… Read more »

Guest Post by Rebecca Martin If you’re a passionate artist or simply find enjoyment in experiencing what the art world has to offer, then why not book a holiday where you can see some of the world’s most iconic artwork, created by world-renowned artists? Holidays are meant to be a time to relax and appreciate life, a little break away from your everyday routine to do things you enjoy. If for you that means art, then we’ve narrowed down some… Read more »

Bunker 42

Bunker-42 was once a top-secret, Soviet military complex. Stalin had commissioned it to be made after the United States created a nuclear bomb. 65 meters (or about 213 feet) underground, was the desired depth to protect Russia’s top officials from a nuclear attack. It became operational in 1954. Fortunately, it was never needed for its true purpose and was instead used as the command center of strategic bombers for nearly 30 years in Moscow. Now, it is a museum dedicated… Read more »

Moscow metro

As crazy as it may sound, Moscow’s Metro is so beautiful it absolutely deserves its own tour. You can visit scores of stations and be blown away by each station’s unique architecture. There are over 200 subway stations in Moscow, so it is certainly worth having a plan before you go. This post will share useful tips before you start your tour, plus 6 stations I thought were amazing! Enjoy! 5 Things To Know Before Touring the Moscow Metro 1.)… Read more »

US Capitol

I’m becoming somewhat of an unwilling expert on visiting cities in a very short amount of time! Our whirlwind trip to DC was a bit more work than play, but I did manage to spend an afternoon exploring some of the main sights of Washington, D.C. (Granted, I’ve spent time in DC before this trip, so I was slightly less motivated this time around.) However, for this post, I want to help others who have a limited amount of time… Read more »

ModCloth FitShop

ModCloth recently opened a new brick and mortar store in Washington, D.C. This will be their 3rd permanent location (including Austin and San Francisco). However, ModCloth’s “FitShops” aren’t your normal run-of-the-mill shops! I was fortunate enough to visit the Washington, D.C. FitShop last week and will explain how it works, plus my thoughts on the experience (and show some of the fun things I found) in this post. How ModCloth’s FitShop Works Usually, when you go to a clothing store,… Read more »

Guest post by Alex Coverdale Brussels is a fascinating place that is crawling with rich history, stunning architecture and lots to see and do. Flights to Brussels are becoming more and more affordable, it’s the perfect place to visit for a summer getaway! Even though tourists flock here to indulge in chocolates, waffles and beer – it’s actually a vibrant city with something to do for everyone! Surprisingly enough, some of the most impressive things about Brussels are the museums…. Read more »

Guest post by Emma Grant California, one of the most beautiful states in America and it’s in such a beautiful place as it is next to the Pacific Ocean and the Baja California Peninsula is just across the border. It has stunning beaches; desert oasis, gigantic national parks and it is one of the biggest economies in the world. That and countless other factors are the reason many people decide to call this place home and why even more visit… Read more »

Guest post by Amy Smith Reno is known as the “Biggest Little City in the world,” and a neon arch greets you with that phrase as you enter the city. Reno is a small enough place that you can walk around it comfortably, but big enough that you can still get lost in the world of flashing lights and entertainment. For a long time, Reno has stood in the shadows of its bigger brother, Las Vegas, but it is now… Read more »

The Cathedral of the Annunciation

This article is now available as a mobile app. Go to GPSmyCity to download the app for GPS-assisted travel directions to the attractions featured in this article. No trip to Moscow, Russia would be complete without going inside the Kremlin. However, getting inside is not an entirely easy process. And what exactly is the Kremlin, anyways? This post will explain! What To Know Before Going Inside The Kremlin What is The Kremlin? The Kremlin is a fortified complex in the… Read more »