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by Leigh Goessl
2 months ago
Best Honeymoon Destinations in New York

New York State is a region in the United States that possesses a truly diversified landscape. If you are considering choosing one of the many honeymoon destinations in New York, you won't be disappointed. Every corner of the state has its own distinctive beauty, and you can easily choose one.

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by HLesley
4 months ago
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The Strange Case of Point Roberts, WA and Why It Is Separated from the Rest of the U.S.

How did the peninsula of Point Roberts, Washington, 22 miles south of Vancouver, B.C. become an isolated section of American soil cut off from the rest of the U.S. by an international border?

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by GaryGusep
4 months ago
Sealand : The Most Notorious Nation In The World

It is viewed that Vatican City is the smallest nation on the planet even though there is a smaller nation. This nation or country is Sealand. Sealand is portrayed as the world's smallest nation, despite the fact that by law it is not perceived as a nation. Rather than...

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by Lydia70
5 months ago
Bright Angel Hiking Trail: Grand Canyon's Awe-inspiring Hike

The Grand Canyon in the United States is a very popular destination because of its inspiring landscape! Hiking is the best way to explore the Grand Canyon. The South Rim is popular among tourists, and you can do various day hikes from here. Bright Angel Trail is a hiking trail you must do when visiting the Grand Canyon. The trail leads you to Plateau Point, or you can choose to do the overnight hike to the Colorado River.

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by Lydia70
5 months ago
Popular Hikes at the Mysterious Arches National Park in Utah

Arches National Park in Utah, located 8 km (5 miles) from Moab, has world's largest concentration of sandstone arches. The small park has some interesting features. Famous places to visit and hike in the park include Delicate Arch, Devils Garden, North and South Window, and Double Arch.

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by WJHunter
5 months ago
A Punishing Hike to Mt. Ypsilon in Rocky Mountain National Park

This article describes the hike to the summit of Mt. Ypsilon in Rocky Mountain National Park. Though the hike has its moments, there are other hikes in the park that provide more variety of scenery with less effort. But if you like tundra hikes that rewards you at the end with good views, you might like this hike. 

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by WJHunter
7 months ago
Hike to Picturesque Pawnee Pass in Colorado

This article describes the hike to Pawnee Pass in the Brainard Lake Recreation Area of the Indian Peaks Wilderness and shows the beautiful scenery you can expect to see.

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by Leigh Goessl
7 months ago
10 Fun Facts About Springwood, the Home of President Franklin D. Roosevelt

Springwood is the home of 32nd U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Today it is a designated landmark in Hyde Park, New York.

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by Gordon Hamilton
9 months ago
Chatelherault Country Park, Hamilton, Scotland

Chatelherault Country Park is dominated by the Duke of Hamilton's former hunting lodge. Comprised of several hundred acres, it affords many miles of woodland walks and stunning views across the Clyde Valley.

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by Patytp
9 months ago
The Nightlife in Macau

Macau is a place where most people know as the Casino City. Like Hong Kong, it's another city that never sleeps. Anywhere you go in Macau, it's not difficult to find neon lights shinning overnight. Just when everyone likes to think that Casino is all that Macau is about, I am here to introduce you to the new best party city of Asia. 

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by Leigh Goessl
9 months ago
10 Fun Facts About the Statue of Liberty

An iconic landmark, every year the Statue of Liberty draws approximately 3.5 million visitors. Countless more stand in Battery Park, Liberty Park and other places to gaze upon her.  While Lady Liberty is instantaneously recognizable, how much do you know about the statue itself?

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by Yindee
10 months ago
Uzbekistan 2: Khiva Walled City of Clay on the Silk Road

Another adventure during our tour of Uzbekistan takes us to Khiva, a unique walled city made out of clay. The tales of the Arabian Nights, Sinbad the sailor come to life when you meet the people who live here.

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by HLesley
10 months ago
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Vancouver, Canada: A City For All Seasons

Vancouver, B.C is often referred to "Canada's banana belt" or "Lotus Land" because of its mild climate, and visitors come year-round to enjoy what the city has to offer.

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by Rainy Kua
10 months ago
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Things You Should Know Before Visiting Hong Kong

Here are some of the things that you may want to know before visiting Hong Kong.

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by Rainy Kua
10 months ago
North Korean Defectors: Their Dangerous Journey to South Korea

This article is about North Koreans' escape to South and the dangers they face in China.

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by Rainy Kua
10 months ago
The Coolest Hostels in Singapore

Here are the 6 trendiest hostels in Singapore

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by Leigh Goessl
11 months ago
Taking a Step Back in Time at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello

Nestled in the beautiful Albemarle County is Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello. Maintained as a historical landmark and open to tourists since the early 20th century, it is one of Virginia's most popular destinations.

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by Rainy Kua
11 months ago
What It's Like to Stay in a Ryokan

Here are the things you will experience while staying in a ryokan.

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by Rainy Kua
11 months ago
A Day Trip to Shirakawa-go

How to go to Shirakawa-go and what are the things you can do there?

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by Rainy Kua
11 months ago
7 Days in Tokyo Part 2

My family spent a week in Tokyo!

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