The Las Vegas Strip refers to a region of the South Las Vegas Boulevard in Clark County, Nevada. It is internationally known for the concentration of casinos and resort hotels found within the vicinity. The Strip is roughly 6.8 km or 4.2 miles long. It is situated south of the Las Vegas city limits within … Continue reading Visit the Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, Nevada
Times Square is located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It is situated at the junction of Seventh Avenue and Broadway, where a new pedestrian plaza has been constructed. Additionally, it stretches from West 42nd Street to West 47th Street. Times Square makes up a neighborhood as well as a commercial intersection. It has been … Continue reading Visit Times Square, New York
Central Park is a famous urban park located in the Manhattan section of New York City. In 1857, the park was initially opened with 315 hectares or 778 acres of city-owned land. It has grown to 843 acres today. In 1858, landscape architect Calvert Vaux and writer Frederick Law Olmsted won a design competition to … Continue reading Visit Central Park, New York
In Washington, Union Station is the main Railway Station. It was built from 1907-1908 to become the new terminal for the Pennsylvania, Ohio and Baltimore Railroads. This new terminal would become the main gateway to the capital of the USA for the next 4 decades. Beaux-Arts Design Daniel Burnham, an architect from Chicago, designed this … Continue reading Visit Union Stations, Washington, D.C.
The Natural Museum of Natural History is found in Washington, D.C. in the USA. It is a natural history museum located on the National Wall and is administered by the Smithsonian Institution. This amazing place is open 364 days a year and offers free admission. It is the most visited museum of any kind in … Continue reading Visit the National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.
The 3 waterfalls that straddle the international border between the United States and Canada are collectively known as Niagara Falls. These falls are located between the state of New York and the province of Ontario. The falls form the southern portion of the Niagara Gorge. The largest of the 3 waterfalls is called Horseshoe Falls. … Continue reading Visit Niagara Falls, Canada
In Midtown Manhattan, New York City, USA, GCT or Grand Central Terminal can be found. This former intercity railroad terminal is a popular commuter railroad that is located at Park Avenue and 42nd Street. It has 44 platforms that serve 67 tracks, making it the largest facility of its kind. GCT was named for and … Continue reading Visit Grand Central Terminal, New York
Since 1742, Faneuil Hall has been a meeting hall and a marketplace. It is situated close to the waterfront in Boston, Massachusetts, and near Government Center. Faneuil Hall was home to numerous famous speeches given by James Otis, Samuel Adams and a variety of others encouraging independence from Great Britain. Nowadays, it is part of … Continue reading Visit Faneuil Hall, Boston, Massachusetts
The Magic Kingdom, officially known as Magic Kingdom Park, was the first of 4 theme parks situated at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida. On October 1, 1971, the grand opening was held. WED Enterprises was responsible for the designing and building process. The attractions and overall layout are similar to that … Continue reading Visit Magic Kingdom Park, Bay Lake, Florida
Disneyland, or its official name “Disneyland Resort,” was created and developed in the 1950’s by Walt Disney. This entertainment resort is situated in Anaheim, California and is famous worldwide. It is owned by the Parks and Resorts division of the Walt Disney Company. The resort includes an entertainment complex called Downtown Disney; which features excellent … Continue reading Visit Disneyland, Anaheim, California