A Singapore Itinerary The Ultimate Guide of Things To Do in Singapore on a Budget by JetSettingFools.com

Singapore Itinerary: The Ultimate Guide Of Things To Do In Singapore On A Budget

The Lion City. City in a Garden. Southeast Asia-lite. Singapore is called many things…because it is many things. The small island nation is both a city and a country. Intriguing man-made marvels rise from lush nature parks. Posh cocktail bars are found steps away from inexpensive hawker stands.… Read the rest


Our list of the 14 Things To Do in Newport, Kentucky

14 Things To Do In Newport, Kentucky

Newport, Kentucky is an unassuming city that sits in the shadow of Cincinnati. Although often overlooked as a travel destination, there are many fun things to do in Newport, Kentucky – you just need to know where to look!

To help fellow travelers, we have created our personal list of top Newport, KY attractions and best local cuisine.… Read the rest


Oregon Coastal Road Trip Itinerary by JetSettingFools.com

The Best Oregon Coastal Road Trip Itinerary

An Oregon coastal road trip is the best way to experience the Pacific Coast in the northwestern United States.

Characterized by dramatic cliffs and long stretches of sand, the Oregon Coast is absolutely stunning. Epic lighthouses, beautiful nature trails and incredible viewpoints are top Highway 101 Oregon attractions – and we include them all (and more!)… Read the rest


Croatia 2-Week Itinerary JetSettingFools.com

Croatia Itinerary: A Complete Guide For 2 Weeks In Croatia

We’ve made no secret of our love for Croatia. From top to bottom, from the interior to the coast, there hasn’t been a place we have visited in Croatia that we didn’t fall in love with. With so many incredible Croatia destinations, creating an easy-flowing, all-encompassing route through the country can be a challenge…but it is possible!… Read the rest


One Day in St. Jean de Luz by JetSettingFools.com

One Day In St. Jean de Luz, France

We have heard more than once that the French Basque are more French than Basque and on our one day in St. Jean de Luz, we noticed it right away. St. Jean de Luz just felt French. From their squares filled with elderly women all dressed up to chat with friends to the chocolate and macaroon shops that line the streets to typical French waiters.… Read the rest