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by KathyRM
4 years ago
Excite Your Senses With A Visit To The San Francisco Conservatory Of Flowers.

A visit to the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers is a full sensory experience with heat, steam and tropical plants of every description growing everywhere.

Travel & Places
by KathyRM
4 years ago
Tulips And Chihuly In Las Vegas

It's spring time in Las Vegas but that's the last place I expected to find myself among the tulips! The Bellagio has a wonderful floral exhibition going on, complete with Chihuly blown glass ornamentation. 

Travel & Places
by HLesley
4 years ago
Kauai, Hawaii: Beaches, Scenic Beauty - and Chickens

In spite of its small size, Kauai has a surprising number of things to do and see.

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by Eric Turner
4 years ago
Maui Guide for the Adventurous: Volcano Bike Ride at Sunrise

I spent a week in Maui last September for my honeymoon and as much as we were looking forward to some R&R in the sun, we also wanted to experience more.  The activity we planned for our first full day on the island was a sunrise trip to Haleakala National Park, and a bike ride down a volcano.

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by Alexis Hartz
4 years ago
A Fun Day Trip to Peaks Island Maine

Summary: If you're traveling to Portland Maine anytime soon, grab a short ride on the Casco Bay Ferry to Peaks Island. You'll be glad you did!

Travel & Places
by Noah
4 years ago
Walking On A Volcano: Enjoying Kilauea and Hawaii's Volcano National Park

Hawaii's Volcano National Park is a must-see travel location. Here's my step-by-step guide to the park and all it's wonders - including walking on the surface of Kilauea.

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by KathyRM
4 years ago
The Secret Gardens Of Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park lies in the Mohave Desert and is one of the most arid landscapes in the USA.It's stark and unwelcoming at first sight. But dig a little deeper and you'll find a wonderful floral surprise and a yearning for something simpler.

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by Eich
4 years ago
Centralia: A Tragedy Makes A Ghost Town In Pennsylvania

Why a ghost town in such a populated state as Pennsylvania?  An unlikely chain of events actually caused the demise of this rural town.

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by MonicaYoknis
4 years ago
The Surprising Value of Seemingly Boring Museum Exhibits

An exhibit that I would normally have glanced at and moved on grabbed my attention, shook my understanding of the world, and has proved useful to me 12 years later.

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by ZeroToTheLeft
4 years ago
The Last Remaining Genetically Pure American Bison Herds

American bison nearly went extinct in the late 19th Century, although today have largely recovered and number in the hundreds of thousands. More than 95% of bison today have genes from cattle, and only a few wild herds are left that are genetically pure.

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by ZeroToTheLeft
4 years ago
Active Hawaiian Volcano: Haleakala on Maui

The Hawaiian Islands are well known for the volcanoes of the Big Island, especially massive Mauna Loa and constantly-erupting (since 1983) Kilauea. However, one other volcano considered active and a threat for future eruptions is Haleakala on the island of Maui. A road takes visitors to the very top of the mountain, although preparation is necessary due to altitude and much cooler temperatures.

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by LexShadowglide
4 years ago
The Seven Mile Bridge (Florida Keys)

This article explores facts about the beautiful Seven Mile Bridge in the Florida Keys. It includes photos, a video, a map, and cool facts about The 7 Mile Bridge, which is one of the worlds longest bridges.

Travel & Places
by jjkroese
4 years ago
10 Tips for a Great Road Trip

Tips and advice to make sure that you have a great road trip full of amazing memories

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by vdelone
4 years ago
Swimming with the Manatees in Crystal River

Have you ever wanted to swim with 1200 pounds of fins, blubber, tail, and adorable snout? Well you can do just that if you go snorkeling with manatees. Swimming with these animals is not something everyone gets to do, but if you have the chance, take it. Being up close and personal with an animal so much bigger than you is an experience of a lifetime.

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by vdelone
4 years ago
The Apollo Beach Manatee Viewing Center

The Apollo Beach Manatee Viewing Center is the best manatee sanctuary in Florida. It boasts the largest population of manatees from November- April. Free parking and admission. There is a manatee lookout, cafe, butterfly garden, and half-mile walking path. It's the perfect location for animal lovers and environmentalists to spend an afternoon.

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by Yindee
4 years ago
Disneyland for a First Timer - WOW!

Been there, done it and got a first timer's badge. Even if you only come to the USA to experience Disneyland make it worth your while and allow plenty of days to explore the different resorts or worlds. They all have great educational value and there is no danger of becoming "Attention Deficit and Disorderly." Enjoy an endless medley of thrills, action and entertainment in realistic settings enhanced by immaculate landscapes. 

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by ZeroToTheLeft
4 years ago
Santa Catalina Island, California's Bison Herd

Santa Catalina Island near the coast of Southern California is a wonderful destination any time of year. The island has unique plant and animal life, and one prominent animal is not native but has been established for many decades now - a herd of American bison.

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by ZeroToTheLeft
4 years ago
Oregon's Beautiful Three Sisters Volcanoes

Oregon is home to a portion of the Cascades Mountain Range, which has many active volcanic peaks. One of the most famous volcanoes is called the Three Sisters, which are three separate peaks close together. They each tower over 10,000 feet (3,000 meters) elevation, and the southernmost is closely watched due to high potential for an eruption.

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by ZeroToTheLeft
4 years ago
Banana Slugs: Favorite Creatures of Northern California's Redwood Forests

One of the animals found in California's giant coastal redwood forests is the unique banana slug, so-named because they are huge and yellow. They are in fact the second-largest land slug on Earth, and just being near one make for a very memorable experience.

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by GraphicsMan
4 years ago
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