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Written by Britt_Turner, USA, October 2010
Hidden deep within the Presidio, Baker Beach is the best (and in my opinion the most beautiful) beach in San Francisco. It has a great view of the bridge and usually isn't too crowded. Beware though ...
Most people who visit the Grand Canyon head to the popular South Rim (but the North Rim ,
which is slightly colder and harder to access, has its upsides, too).
If you come into the canyon ...
Written by Hudson, USA, February 2013
Though its name might sound funny, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art is a prestigious museum venerated throughout the South for its truly impressive array of Southern art – the largest collection of ...
Written by Hudson, USA, November 2011
Maui is a favorite
among the Hawaiian locals and visitors alike. It is widely known for its
meandering country roads, its lush beauty and small sleepy island
towns. It is the home of the Bonzai ...
Spring is a great time to visit the Grand Canyon.You’ll get to avoid the heavy crowds and intense heat that exist during the summer months, as well as the risks involved with visiting in winter, ...
Written by gtgolf, October 2010
The Top of The World restaurant is a must if you can handle the heights. Located at the top of the Stratosphere Hotel tower this restaurant is a slow rotating restaurant that gives you views all over ...
Written by Hudson, USA, January 2013
During any visit to San Diego, it’s easy to see that this great city by the water is in an ideal. picturesque setting. Not only does this city about the great Pacific Ocean, but it also adjoins ...
Downtown Las Vegas is an apex of fun, entertainment, performance and luxury. The Grand Canyon ,
isolated and peaceful, is one of the planet’s most incredible
creations. The truth is, it is ...
The Hamptons, so-called in reference to Southampton and East Hampton,
are about 75–100 miles (120-160 km) east of Manhattan and have a
reputation for being quite an affluent area, as seen in the ...
Written by Kyle, USA, October 2012
Urban legend holds that Mark Twain dubbed Waimea Canyon
as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific” upon first catching sight of her
deep, colorful gorges. Whether or not the legend is true isn’t ...
Written by Kyle, USA, January 2013
More than just a pretty picture, the Big Island ‘s Waipi’o Valley is a place of immense cultural and historical significance to the people of Hawaii .
Over the centuries this one-mile wide, ...
NYC ‘s High Line ,
a former freight rail line (1934–1980) that was converted to a public
park, runs for about a mile and a half (2.3 km) through the Meatpacking
District, Chelsea ,
and Hell’s ...
As a popular destination with excursions often booked up months in advance, the Grand Canyon
is an experience that differs greatly depending on the time of year you
visit. There are pros and ...
Written by Hudson, USA, August 2012
Though it might not readily come to mind, Los Angeles
has got its fair share of wilderness to explore. I know what you’re
thinking: concrete jungle doesn’t count. But believe me, it’s easier ...
For those visiting New York City, it can be difficult to see all the sites in just one trip. Not only are there a large number of worthwhile attractions, but they’re spread out all over the city. ...
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