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    Washington D.C., USA

    Washington D.C. hosts several unique government buildings, international offices, monuments, museums...

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    Arizona, USA

    The Grand Canyon, the Sonoran Desert and the red rocks of Sedona—these and more explains why Arizona...

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    Chichen Itza, Mexico

    Chichen Itza is one of the most visited destinations in Mexico. In 1988, it was listed as a UNESCO W...

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    Nihoa, Hawaii

    Nihoa is otherwise referred to as Moku Manu or Bird Island and boasts of being the tallest and large...

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    Nashville, Tennessee

    Nashville is the capital city of Tennessee, situated on the Cumberland River in the state’s north ce...

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    Sitting on Caribbean Sea, the nation of Jamaica is an island that bonders Hispaniola Island and Cuba...

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    Tip for Cheap Long Weekend in Las Vegas

    If you are planning a long weekend in Las Vegas, then it would be usually cheaper to plan it from Sa...

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    Banff, Canada

    Located in Alberta Rockies in Alberta province, Banff is one of the towns found in Banff National Pa...

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    The Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, Caribbean

    The Grand Cayman is the largest among the Cayman Islands in the Caribbean Sea. It is a tropical para...

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    Palm Springs, California

    Palm Springs is a resort city in California, in the Riverside County within Coachella Valley 107 mil...

Philadelphia, USA


When you talk of Philadelphia, you will immediately think of it as a place teeming with historical structures. There is actually a truth in that, as majority of what this populous state in the Southern Pennsylvania offer reflects the relevant happenings of the past. Philadelphia is often referred as The Birthplace of America since it is here where America’s modern democracy was born. If you are heading to Philadelphia, your point of entry will be Philadelphia International Airport, the wide ... Read More »

The Rocky Mountains, Canada


The Rocky Mountains, commonly called The Rockies, are a region in Canada that runs through the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. Simply breathtaking, The Rockies boast of diverse terrain comprised of jagged snow-capped mountain peaks, lush rainforests, crystal-clear mountain lakes and veil-like waterfalls—attractions that entice millions of tourists all over the globe to travel to this side of Canada. Visiting the Rocky Mountains means to engage in an adventure beyond compare. The tour takes the tourists on a remote ... Read More »

Guadeloupe, Carribean

Guadeloupe beach

Known as the Butterfly Island courtesy of the shape of its two major islands, Guadeloupe has everything a discerning traveler wants on a trip: picturesque natural scenery composed of lush rainforests, magical waterfalls, pristine beaches and lovely villages; and urban attractions comprised of shopping hubs, dining options and active nightlife. This place is interesting to visit as it has a fantastic combination of the Caribbean zest and French influences that shaped its culture, tradition, cuisine and lifestyle. With incredible attractions ... Read More »

Arizona, USA


The Grand Canyon, the Sonoran Desert and the red rocks of Sedona—these and more explains why Arizona is such an awesome place to spend the holidays. The enchanting landscape in this southwest part of America comprises of spectacular canyons, scenic mountains, raging rivers, blooming deserts and petrified forests all of which are inviting for outdoor adventure and recreational opportunities. With an impeccable weather to boot, exploring all corners of Arizona can be one of your life’s best moments. Talk about ... Read More »

Mall of America, Bloomington, Minnesota


Located in Bloomington, one of the four large cities of Minnesota, The Mall of America or MoA, which was built where Metropolitan Stadium once stood, receives more than 40 million of visitors each year. The Triple Five Group owns and manages MoA, a Canadian company operated by the prominent   Ghermezian family who also owns the West Edmonton Mall, the largest shopping mall in North America. The Mall of America has a huge size that spans a total of 4,870,000 sq ft ... Read More »

Yellowstone National Park


One of the most famous national parks in the world, Yellowstone National Park spans a 8,983 square kilometers of wilderness area that attracts more than 2 million tourists each year. As the world’s first national park, Yellowstone National Park preserves a vast number of hot springs, geysers, lakes, canyons, mountains and rivers, as well as different species of animals and plants. A large portion of the park, about 96% of it, is sitting in Wyoming, while the remaining parts are ... Read More »

Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii


Kailua-Kona, or simply Kona to both locals and tourists, is the main city of Hawaii’s Big Island. It used to be a quiet and modest fishing village that morphed into a bustling, attractive destination that it is today. With top notch accommodations, interesting dining options, rich culture and heritage and a bundle of world-class attractions, Kona has become the country’s most important tourist destinations. Just fifteen minutes away from the heart of Kona is Kona International Airport that serves as ... Read More »

Ambergris Caye, Belize Cayes, Belize


Belize, found on the northeastern coast of Central America, boasts of almost 450 islands and islets known as cayes. The largest of all the cayes is the vibrant Ambergris Caye, which nicely sits on the north-east of the country. The island breathes a tropical island air, and due to its crystal-clear waters and fine sands, Ambergris has been named as an island that is most desirable for the holidays. Its lack of modern facilities and high-rise establishments is a perfect ... Read More »

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