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This summer when trying to decide which cruise to take you may consider taking an American river cruise. There are many American river cruises to choose from and many rivers in the USA where you can take a cruise. Some of the cruises are all inclusive and some have a theme to them. The cruises may be cheaper than an international cruise and give you a totally new outlook on domestic travel.
Published by Petal 65 months ago in United States & Canada | +13 votes | 2 comments
This article is a comprehensive overview of the White Mountains that are found between New York and Boston, and cover about one-fourth of the northern part of the state of New Hampshire, as well as a small section of western Maine. The home of eight New Hampshire State Parks, the White Mountain National Forest, the 6,288 foot tall Mount Washington, the highest elevation point in the Northeastern United States, the Presidential Mountain Range that is named after US Presidents Franklin Pierce, J...
Published by Brett Matthew West 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +1 votes | 0 comments
One of Disney World’s newest resorts, Art of Animation in Orlando, Florida offers casual family-friendly counter dining with excellent vegetarian choices. Located on resort premises and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Landscape of Flavors food court is accessible to the public. Whether you’re visiting the parks or just enjoying time in Orlando, check out the vegetarian options here. You won’t be disappointed by the selection.
Published by Graciela Sholander 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +24 votes | 7 comments
Chico, California, home to California State University Chico, is not your typical college town. There is plenty more to do than just hang out at the bars. Don't be mistaken, the bars in Chico are just fine. There is just so much more to do than that! From a beautiful park to a brewery, and many things in between, you will find this is a diverse place to visit.
Published by Sara Writes 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +5 votes | 0 comments
If you want to say hello to killer whales, beluga whales or friendly dolphins, Sea World Parks are the place where a visitor can do all of these things.  Sea World Parks are amusement parks that feature marine animals.  Located in San Diego, San Antonio and Orlando, these parks are open the year round.  The parks features several different kinds of attractions.  The most famous are their animal shows which feature killer whales, dolphins and birds, sea lions, small pets, and ...
Published by Teresa Conti 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +7 votes | 0 comments
Visit Yogi Bear in Robert, Louisiana for summer fun. You can apply for a family membership that will help you save money and time as well. Your family will be glad that you have chosen the best campground to share fun this summer season. It has a whole lot of area for you and your guests to explore.
Published by Shannon Farlouis 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +2 votes | 0 comments
Dr. William Thornton and James Hoban set a style for the Nation's Capital which was to be copied by State Capitals across the Country. The Marquis de LaFayette, America's first "Honorary Citizen", may have been a little carried away in his 1824 description of Washington, but today his words seem only right and proper: "The central star of the constellation which enlightens the whole world".
Published by Francois Hagnere 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +9 votes | 1 comments
I grew up in Lynn, Massachusetts, the next city over from Salem, Massachusetts, the home of many tourist attractions involving New England colonial life, pirates, and witches. Its a location rich in history pertaining to the origins of our country as it is today, the great United States of America! If you are visiting Boston, Salem, Massachusetts is just about thirty miles north of the big capital city. You shouldn't miss a trip to Salem and all the history it has to offer for the young and o...
Published by Amy Russell 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +12 votes | 1 comments
If you are looking for a great place to go in Galveston, Texas, check out the Rainforest Cafe. This amazing place has animals in motion, a volcano, and a great ride as well. You can't beat the food at Rainforest Cafe if you are looking for something great to eat right across from the ocean.
Published by Mandy Robinson 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +9 votes | 0 comments
The Capitol Building has an all-pervading sense of history about it, of momentous events and great political passions, which no visitor, whether American or foreign, can miss. He may even feel it under his feet as he stands on the white circle in the middle of the floor of the rotunda, for here the bodies of military leaders, senators and Presidents, including Abraham Lincoln and John Kennedy, have lain in state.
Published by Francois Hagnere 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +23 votes | 9 comments
Unless they are fortunate enough to catch a glimpse of him in a corridor or coming or going in a helicopter from the South lawn, casual visitors to the White House are unlikely to see its famous occupant. There was a time when any citizen who cared to make the effort could visit the White House and shake hands with the President. But times have changed greatly and security is stricter.
Published by Francois Hagnere 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +21 votes | 13 comments
Since John Adams, Presidents, their wives and families have lived in the Executive Mansion, the official name of the President's house from 1818 until Theodore Roosevelt made the unofficial "White House" official by using it on his letter head. The White House stands as a major symbol of American life. It is the Executive Office of the President, most of whose work is carried out not in the relatively small original house, but in the Executive Wings. It symbolizes the fact that the President em...
Published by Francois Hagnere 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +21 votes | 13 comments
The gentle giants known as Coastal Redwoods, that grow along the northern coast of California, are one of the most famous National treasures in the United States. Redwoods ideally prefer to live on sheltered slopes found slightly inland, with a river or stream nearby, that have very little snowfall, infrequent frost, no salt spray from coastlines, and moderate Summer temperatures. Redwoods also receive about one-third of their water needs from coastal fogs.
Published by Brett Matthew West 67 months ago in United States & Canada | +1 votes | 0 comments
Do you live in New Hampshire, or are you visiting this summer, or fall? Are you desperately looking for things to do. Find out what you can do that will challenge and culture you and entertain you at the same time. The best part about it is that you won't have to spend a mint doing it!
Published by Amy Russell 67 months ago in United States & Canada | +9 votes | 3 comments
The summer months are upon us and millions of Americans are planning and packing their bags for the long awaited vacation. But we are not the only ones. Thieves are preparing for their most lucrative season as well. Most of us are cautious when it comes to our valuables; still millions of Americans are victims of identity theft each year.
Published by Andrea Turman 67 months ago in United States & Canada | +1 votes | 0 comments
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