The Gateway City: St. Louis

Posted Posted in North America, St. Louis, MO, USA

After driving hours from windy Chicago Teddy finally arrived in sunny St. Louis, Missouri. To be honest, except from the famous Gateway Arch, Teddy didn’t know anything about the city on the eastern line of the state of Missouri. His first stop was the Cafe Rooster in the city center. It is known for the […]

The Windy City will blow you away

Posted Posted in Chicago, IL, North America, USA

The Windy City / Chi Town in Illinois is the third most populous city in the United States. If you have never been to Chicago you should start at the Loop, the city center and business district of Chicago. From there on you can walk the Magnificent Mile, where all the amazing boutiques, restaurants and hotels […]

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Posted Posted in Indianapolis, IN, North America, USA

While in Indianapolis, Teddy couldn’t wait to see the world famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, located in a part of town with the same name – Speedway! The famous course which hosts the world-known “Indy 500” race, exists for more than 100 years. The racetrack used to be made out of brick stones, which of course […]

Montreal’s Underground City

Posted Posted in Canada, Montreal, QC, North America

When you’re in Montreal you’ll soon start asking: “Where are all the people? This city is quite big, yet the streets are empty?” While trying to find out why you’ll soon notice strange tunnels leaving the metro stations. There you already have your answer: it’s the Underground City, one of the largest underground/indoor complexes in the […]

“The 3 Brewers / Les 3 Brasseurs” at Rue St. Denis

Posted Posted in Canada, Montreal, QC, North America, Teddys Travel Secrets

If there is a definite European aspect in Montreal, you can find it when you go out for dinner. You’ll be served with “real” bread, awesome European dishes and perfectly brewed beer. Try “The 3 Brewers”, an awesome genuine microbrewery with an awesome home-brewed beer. They offer awesome food – from juicy American-style burgers to […]

DC’s Newseum

Posted Posted in North America, USA, Washington, DC

Even if you don’t like museums you’ll definitely like this one. DC’s Newseum is spectacular.  It is 7-story high with permanent and special exhibits. It is recommended to start from the top floor. One of the greatest exhibitions is the 9/11 gallery. It shows you front pages from around the world and journalist’s personal experiences […]