Keep Austin weird. This is something that has become a slogan for the city. That’s something to appreciate for many, especially in a state that is as rigid as Texas. While that’s commendable, Austin is also uncomfortably hot. It takes a spot on this list because it does seem to try too hard to stand out from the pack, and it shows in many of the residents that make it their home.
4. Love Your Pack It’s going to be both your best friend and your enemy for the next 7 or so days so it’s advised you select your pack wisely.
7. People/Culture Highlighting the most interesting and lovable features of Portugal would be incomplete without giving credence to those who inhabit it.
4. The Last Call Bar The Last Call Bar, a gay bar on 18th Street in San Francisco is open from noon to 2am every day, with a long happy hour from noon to 7pm daily.
6. Sawyer Point & Yeatman’s Cove A perfect place to spend a day with the family, Sawyer Point & Yeatman’s Cove is a mile long stretch of park along the riverfront of Cincinnati.
7. Bell Centre, NHL The 270 million dollar Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada is a great stop while visiting beautiful Montreal due to its ease of access and proximity to many other places to visit.
6. The Peartree Built in 1749, a pub since 1982, Pear Tree House, or The Peartree as it’s more commonly known, sits adjacent to the main campus of the University of Edinburgh, in the Southside of the city.
5. Munich, Germany The U-Bahn and the S-Bahn are both run by the Munich Transit Authority which might explain the cleanliness, safety and on time performance this public transit system prides itself on.
5. Darts: O2 Arena – London A friendly game for pubs and rumpus rooms in some places, darts is a nationally loved sport in England.
4. Minneapolis, Minnesota The time to invest in real estate in Minneapolis is now. The strong diverse economy and low housing prices together with the low rental vacancy rates makes this city desirable for all types of investors.
7. Griffith Observatory Another great location for taking in some of LA’s beauty is the Griffith Observatory.
4. Visit St Andrews Located on the East Neuk of Fife, proudly facing the North Sea is St Andrews.
4. Ragin Cajun on Wheels The somewhat stereotypical name doesn’t do this truck justice. After running a restaurant for 18 years, the Ragin Cajun team was invited to participate in Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race.
4. Golden Gate Park Bigger than New York City’s Central Park, the Golden Gate Park of San Francisco is a trip unto itself. Rent a rowboat or paddleboat on Stow Lake (life vests are available for kids).