A common dream is to see the places you see in movies. The most common is to dream of visiting the United States and to name a few are Chicago, Washington, Miami, LA, New York, Boston, etc. These have the resources and there is nothing stopping you from seeing these places in reality.
If you are lucky and have relatives, you can travel alone and the key is to have a proper visa. Visit the US on a B1 or B2 visa which refers to a non-immigrant visa. This is granted to people who wish to visit the US for medical treatment, pleasure or business. Applying for a visa means that you must show a sponsorship letter from a close family member or from your employer to obtain a residence permit.
You will need to answer questions at the embassy, so determine the purpose of the trip and obtain the appropriate tourist visa. Keep in mind to show that you have enough money to cover your expenses during the trip, in addition to air tickets, insurance, transportation and other tourism expenses.
If you are from Europe or USA, travel to the sunny part of Asia. It offers the comfort of technology and different culture. If you love to shop, visit Bangkok and enjoy shopping galore throughout the day and night. The night market is full and the beaches are inviting.
The Philippines is also a vibrant and colorful country that offers tourist destinations. The culture is different on each island based on religious festivities. Enjoy different places like diving and white sand beaches.
If you belong to Asia, travel to snowy places or sunny places, from the USA and Europe. Visit Las Vegas or Hollywood and see the city at night as it comes to life. Try the snow in winters. Visit Hawaii and enjoy fun culture, poi and hula girls. Get a first-hand experience with volcanoes. They are the best places to retire and explore. Plan your itinerary and ensure the best of your trip.
With it comes the experience of major cities which includes many struggles regarding parking. Parking is a chore even for residents. People who live in big cities like Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Washington, and San Francisco are well aware of the fact that finding a parking space is a very time-consuming and difficult task.
Major cities are forced to grapple with the problem of a chronic shortage of parking spaces, whether on the street or in garages. Also, big cities in most areas have to pay on weekdays and Saturdays to park on the street, while it is free to park on Sundays.
Finding parking is frustrating and very stressful. Common complaints are:
Not enough space, spaces too far, too much parking cost, where to park, double parking or finding and parking in an illegal spot.
Car being towed, parking permit unavailability, rude parking staff