Top 5 Things To Do In Silicon Valley/San Francisco

5 Ways to Enjoy the Tech Capital of the Country

From tech conglomerates to mountainous views, Silicon Valley has earned its reputation as a hub of new age thinkers and powerful innovations. Companies such as Facebook, Apple, and Google all have a home in this historical landmark. If you ever have the pleasure of being in the Silicon Valley area just south of San Francisco, be sure to check out these high-profile attractions and see where the dot-com revolution got its start.

Continue reading “Top 5 Things To Do In Silicon Valley/San Francisco”

Saint Patrick’s Day lore…


Good luck is said to be bestowed on those who possess a four-leaf clover.


Officially commemorates Saint Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint.




Go with friends and enjoy the Saint Patrick’s Day parade and celebration.


Remember to wear your green or you might feel a pinch.


Embark on a journey to the seven places in the U.S. named after the shamrock.


Enjoy a dish of traditional Irish American corned beef and cabbage.


Never fall for the trickery of a leprechaun.



History lives in Washington DC…



National Mall and Memorial Parks
The National Mall has been a proud symbol of our country for more than 200 years. Stretching from the United States Capitol to the Potomac River it encompasses many monuments and memorials including the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, World War II Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial and the DC War Memorial (WWI). This is the only the beginning, see all the national treasures DC has to offer.

Continue reading “History lives in Washington DC…”

Soak up the sun and fun in Idaho…

Sun Valley
Ernest Hemingway first brought attention to the area in the 1930’s. Since then, tourists have flocked to the area to enjoy skiing, ice skating, golfing, fishing, hiking, cycling, tennis and horseback riding, in addition to the spectacular scenery. In Sun Valley, if the sun is out (and it’s out 80% o  f the year), then there’s always something fun and exciting just right outside.

Continue reading “Soak up the sun and fun in Idaho…”

Nightlife in Austin, TX…


Spend a Night On the Town with the Best Late-Night Activities In Austin

When the sun sets in Austin, the party is just beginning. In addition to its vast natural beauty and rustic cowboy culture, Austin is a great city for staying up late. The streets are full of young professionals, students and friendly people looking for a good time. With dozens of high-end bars and hopping dance clubs, Austin has everything you need to party into the wee hours of the morning. Discover how it feels to strut through this posh city at night with our top five late-night activities.

Continue reading “Nightlife in Austin, TX…”

Discover Orange County…

The magic continues in 2015 as Disneyland celebrates its 60th anniversary. Ride the monorail, dare to enter the Haunted Mansion, sing-along to It’s a Small World, take a twirl in the Mad Tea Party teacups, bobsled through the Matterhorn and take flight with Peter Pan. Walk across to the California Adventure Park and go Soarin’ Over California, scream as you drop through the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, get drenched on the Grizzly River Run, play your way through the Toy Story Midway Mania and take a spin on Mickey’s Fun Wheel. Be sure to check out the Downtown Disney District for more magical shopping, eating and entertainment. Remember, it all started with a mouse.

Continue reading “Discover Orange County…”

Hungry in Austin, TX?


Discover Delicious Food in Austin, TX while staying in Our Corporate Rentals

For those of you that have just landed the perfect internship or the job of your dreams, Austin is a great place to call home. It has all the makings of a world-class city including some of the best food in the country. The city gets its unique flavors from southern-style dishes and Mexican cuisine. You can find something for everyone including spicy barbecue, vegan hot spots, and authentic Cajun cooking. Take a look at all the must-try places to eat during your stay in corporate housing in Austin, TX.

franklin-bbqFranklin’s is easily the state’s best barbecue joint. They open at 11 AM for lunch and there’s usually a line around the block starting at 9. Locals and tourists alike will spend hours trying to get a taste of their famous brisket, ribs and pulled pork. They can turn all of their delicious barbeque creations into massive sandwiches. Don’t forget to grab a slice of homemade pie for dessert.

asian cuisineIt may not look like much from the outside, but Asiana is the place to go for authentic Indian food in Austin. They have all of your Indian essentials including samosas, chicken tikka masala, and freshly baked naan. Every dish is filled with powerful Indian flavors, herbs and locally sourced meats and vegetables. If you’re looking for a bite on the go, all of their dishes are available for take out.

bouldin creek cafeThis cozy neighborhood joint was designed for the vegetarians of Austin. They serve delicious meat-free sandwiches, humungous salads, and sweet teriyaki stir-fry. Try their Ruby Reuben. It’s made with their famous Kale Kraut, Gruyere cheese and marinated shredded beets. Their menu also features loads of gluten-free options for lunch and breakfast. As they proudly state on their website, everything is made from scratch and with love.

curras grillCurra’s has a monopoly on authentic Mexican cuisine in Austin, TX. Their Conchinita Pibil, a traditional dish from the Yucatan Peninsula, is one of their most popular creations. It features a slow roasted pork leg cooked in a banana leaf with black beans, plantains, and wild rice. They also have a full line of unique cocktails and specialty margaritas. Their avocado margarita is not to be missed.

cherrywood coffeehouseThis is not your average café. Their food spans a wide variety of Créole recipes, American staples and baked goods. Open since 2009, this place has become a neighborhood institution featuring a daily happy hour from 3 to 7, yoga classes, and a Comedy Open Mic Night. Their crawfish omelet is something to behold. It comes with sautéed crawfish tails and fresh veggies in an egg taco and served with a side of cheesy grits. Visit their website. 

vespaioA lavish upscale treat, Vespaio serves some of the most delicious Italian food outside of Italy. Your mouth will water for their wood-fired pizzas and crispy paninis. The interior features a dazzling atmosphere with a lush curved bar, a wall full of wine and low, romantic lighting. Their kitchen is stocked with locally sourced ingredients and their known for using every part of the animals they butcher. Start off with a zucchini fritter and end your meal with their famous Gianduja Frappetto Sundae made with caramel sauce, raspberry sorbet and pistachio-vanilla biscotti.

hideout pubA casual place to relax and enjoy a round with friends, The Hideout Pub is just what the name implies. You can spend hours lounging in their cozy booths and drinking cheap delicious beers. Their slogan, “We’re cheap so you don’t have to be,” makes it a great place for students and 30 something’s to lay low and recharge. They also have a kitchen that’s open until midnight, serving traditional bar food with lots of flavor.

There are so many reasons to spend some time in this great American city with its famous food and gorgeous sights. You can use our website to find great corporate rentals in Austin, TX to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Turn your temporary work relocation into a vacation with Suite America.