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Travel from sea to shining sea; by car or by plane, there's plenty to see in the good ole US of A.

  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 2 days ago
    Must-Visit Cities in California

    Must-Visit Cities in California

    As one of the biggest states in the United States of America, California can be an expansive vacation destination for even the most energized and adventurous traveler. This massive state is filled with beauties and wonders of the world, amazing tourist sites and an abundance of activities. Whether you are planning a family vacation or a romantic getaway, there is something for everyone in California. Regardless of what activities you choose, make sure to include some of these sites on your trip.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 4 days ago
    Has New York City Had More 100 Degree Days or Below Zero Weather Temperature Days?

    Has New York City Had More 100 Degree Days or Below Zero Weather Temperature Days?

    Since 1869, has New York City had more 100 degree days or more below zero weather temperature days? This is a fascinating weather trivia question that most people living in the New York City area who care about the weather will love.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 4 days ago
    What is the Hottest Year in United States Weather History?

    What is the Hottest Year in United States Weather History?

    For those who are interested in the weather, do you know what is the hottest year in United States history? By hottest year I mean the year in which the most record hottest temperatures were set in states and cities across the United States.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 4 days ago
    What is the Coldest Year in United States Weather History?

    What is the Coldest Year in United States Weather History?

    For anyone interested in the climate, do you know what is the coldest year in United States weather history? By coldest year I mean the year in which the most record coldest weather temperatures were set in states and cities across the United States.
  • Erica Wagner
    Published 5 days ago
    A virtual walk across the Brooklyn Bridge

    A virtual walk across the Brooklyn Bridge

    This is a public service announcement. Good morning! Good afternoon! Good evening! I really hope you’re well, and that everyone you love is well. This is tough stuff. It’s a pain to be stuck inside. It’s hard to worry about people and worry about the world. You’re in lockdown. You're self-isolating. You’re social-distancing. You feel cooped up, stir crazy and maybe a little scared. I know I am; I’m there with you. So: I’d like to invite you to take a walk with me, a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge.
  • Arte
    Published 13 days ago
    Rancho Cucamonga’s Best Museums: 3 Museums to Explore This Month

    Rancho Cucamonga’s Best Museums: 3 Museums to Explore This Month

    Rancho Cucamonga is most known for its incredible parks, hiking, and wilderness trails. But it has a lot more to offer than just outdoor experiences.
  • Kourtney Husnick
    Published 13 days ago
    Traveling during a pandemic

    Traveling during a pandemic

    I made plans to travel to New York City for spring break several months ago. With no classes, a student media convention happening at the end of the week and a desire to tour New York University, I figured mid-March was the perfect time to finally visit the city I've been dreaming about since childhood. Then, the coronavirus pandemic happened.
  • Lisa Briskey
    Published 14 days ago
    My Trip to the Garden of the Gods

    My Trip to the Garden of the Gods

    The summer of 2009, I moved to Yakima Washington from Wichita Falls Texas. I had to leave my car packed with my belongings in Texas. So after living in Yakima for a few months, my soon to be grandmother and I took a bus from Washington to Texas so I could drive my car back. We arrived in Texas on a Friday and started back on our exciting journey on a Monday morning. We drove through New Mexico where we ate lunch then headed to Colorado. We arrived at Fort Collins Colorado that Monday night and decided to stay at a hotel. We ate at the restaurant and had a good nights rest. The next morning, we decided to visit the Garden of the Gods before heading up to Yakima Washington. Going up the mountain was fun and adventurous. My grandmother and I were there for a while. We would drive then we would stop the car and get out to look at the scenery and take pictures. The day was great for taking the scenic route.
  • Seth Garfield
    Published 14 days ago
    Mobile, AL: One of America's Most Romantic Getaways
  • Kyle Smith
    Published 25 days ago
    5 reasons to live or visit Pittsburgh

    5 reasons to live or visit Pittsburgh

    Living in Pittsburgh is one of the most interesting and rewarding things one could do and I would like to give you a few good reasons why moving to the Steel City would probably be worth your while. This is an honest review based on the 20 years I'd lived in the city and my internal thoughts regarding the people,culture and lifestyle you'll find here.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 27 days ago
    What's the Hottest Weather Temperature Ever Recorded in New York City in March?

    What's the Hottest Weather Temperature Ever Recorded in New York City in March?

    Do you know what the hottest weather temperature ever recorded in New York City is in the month of March? The answer to that weather trivia question will probably shock and astound you as most of March is still in Winter and the record high temperature for the month is pretty hot.
  • Patricia Stone
    Published about a month ago
    This Happened In Vegas

    This Happened In Vegas

    Living in Las Vegas, Nevada since 2004, the above is a first. I’ve seen every size, nationality and color of Elvis Presley walking the strip, entertaining on Fremont Street posing for pictures and officiating marriages. There are beautiful show girls everywhere. Freemont Street is filled with vendors and tourists who don’t want the hustle and bustle of the strip. Also, the casinos are very close in proximity of each building and this is easier for lots of seniors to navigate visiting each casino. As most are aware, almost all casinos on the strip each individually cover a couple of blocks; and almost always very crowded. Downtown Vegas is a much more chilled atmosphere and seemingly caters to seniors and the disabled.