Posts tagged states

The streets of Philadelphia

Let’s change our latitude, shall we? We will travel from New Jersey to Pennsylvania. If you’re staying on the East coast, you simply should visit the old American capital and the historic city of brotherly love – Philadelphia.   Let's plan our one-day trip to #philadelphia 🙂 Are you ready? #omtripping #omtripsblog #thepeaceisinsideus — Om Trips Blog (@omtripsblog) October 26, 2015 You can visit the…

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Atlantic City. Story in pictures.

Atlantic City, the city of gambling, of shopping, and much more… The 20’s are the golden ages of the city when the tourism reaches its peak when in some of the states there is a prohibition of alcohol, so-called dry counties. The alcohol and the gambling never stop and that attracts many tourists all around the States. This period is well described in the TV-series…

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Om Trip 2

September. In my mind, this time of the year is calm, peaceful, nostalgic and romantic. In the end of our stay in the States, everything began to color in different shades. We had plenty of time to relax, to get some rest after the endless shifts, and to concentrate on planning our trips. We enjoyed going to the beach, walking around Wildwood and saying goodbye…

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One day in New York

New York is often described as the World’s Capital city and it’s among the destinations that I would definitely recommend you to visit. The Big Apple is so cosmopolitan and full of life. During our visit, I got a sense that something wonderful was about to happen.  New York for a day … Maybe this sounds strange, but it can happen to everyone and you…

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New York (part 1)

In the morning of June 5th, 2010, we began our trip to the USA, to New York City to be exact. It was a fine Saturday morning around 7:20 a.m. Itinerary: Sofia – Paris (CDG) – New York (JFK). At the end: lack of sleep for more than 20 hours; nothing lost during the flight; a white freesia bouquet still beautiful and fresh after the long 9-hour trip. First memories: JFK airport (but…

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