One hidden gem among U.S. national monuments is a treasure like no other. At the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument, visitors take a deeper look into spectacular chapters of our nation’s history through the natural resources that make it what it is today.
When you think of Miami, FL, you probably think of the gorgeous beaches and vibrant culture of the city. From the world-famous nightclubs, five-star restaurants, and miles of beautiful beaches, Miami is full of heat and excitement. There is a strong presence of Latin culture in Miami, so it’s no surprise that one of the biggest events of the year is Carnaval Miami.
The Magic Valley city of Twin Falls, Idaho has it all and awaits your eager discovery. Twin Falls began as a stage stop established in 1864 at Rock Creek and has grown to a metropolis of 44,000. The city’s setting along the Snake River Canyon is impressively picturesque. Surrounded by unique natural and manmade features Twin Falls is a happy place to visit.
Our nation has so many fantastic national parks that we sometimes forget that our state parks offer beautiful scenery and treasures to discover. One of loveliest of these is Fall Creek Falls State Park, near Pikeville, Tennessee.
If you’re an outdoors enthusiast, then you definitely want to keep reading this article to learn about a play ground for all who love camping, fishing, hiking and nature in general. Located in beautiful Montezuma County, Colorado, Mancos is nestled right in the middle of some extraordinary mountains where visitors have access to fishing, camping, mountain biking and hiking.
So many celebrities and it’s so hard to meet them! And what about those historic personalities that you didn’t get a chance to meet in life? Albert Einstein, Elvis Presley or the talented Marilyn Monroe. Thankfully, Wax Museums exist so you can meet and take as many pictures as you want with the wax version of your favorite idols.
The International Peace Garden is a beautiful garden that symbolizes the harmonious relationship between the United States and Canada. It is located near Dunseith, North Dakota (USA) and Boissevain, Manitoba (Canada). Here, Manitoba Highway 10 becomes North Dakota Highway 3; together they are “The longest north/south road in the world.”
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and, of course, you want to pull out all the stops for your true love. But this year, instead of candy or flowers, treat your Valentine to a romantic road trip. Road trips have all the ingredients for memories that last a lifetime — a new shared adventure, the possibility of spontaneous pit-stops and best of all, quality time together.
Whether you have just a few days or all the time in the world to spend with your sweetheart, here are three impossibly romantic road trips sure to make this Valentine’s Day the one to beat.
Most people forget about all the great things you can see and do in our second smallest state. But, the truth is, Delaware packs a big punch when it comes to natural beauty, especially by the sea.
In this area of the country, where the land meets the Atlantic Ocean is truly special. You’ll find miles of salt water tidal marsh, home to all sorts of native bird and waterfowl species. Plus, the sunsets? Well, they rival anywhere else in the country.
Here you’ll also find Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Tucked in along the waters and byways of the Delaware Bay, it features over 16,000 acres of protected land. In this post, we’re going to give you a guide to the very best that Bombay Hook has to offer.
So, let’s take a look.
While the saying goes that April showers are supposed to bring May flowers, the inhabitants of the Skagit Valley in Washington state celebrate the bounty of spring—or more specifically tulips—starting the first day of April. The world-renowned Skagit Valley Tulip Festival takes place all month long, and has boasted visitors from all 50 states and 93 foreign countries.