Category North America

Top Five Places Not to Miss When You Travel to Kansas City

Kansas City, Missouri – not to be confused with the other Kansas City, Kansas – is a vibrant and historically rich city that does indeed have many amazing places to see and things to do if you are visiting. Located roughly 250 miles west of St. Louis, set right on the border of Kansas, this city is one of the only cities in the United States that is actually positioned on two state borders, the Kansas side and the Missouri side. It is important to note that the Missouri side is where all of the fun and excitement occurs, from the revitalized downtown area, the many museums and the historical districts, not forgetting the rich history of this great city. On the Kansas side, the city consists mostly of suburbs and is actually lacking in any areas of real interest.

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Guide To Phoenix Arizona

Standing on the northern side of the Sonoran Desert, in the aptly named ‘Valley of the Sun’ Phoenix is one of the most popular cities in Arizona. Known for its extremely sunny weather and related winter tourist trade, Phoenix has much to offer visitors, with strip malls surrounding the downtown district. Now amongst America’s largest cities, Phoenix is a true metropolis, with many striking high-rise buildings in the city center, together with exceptional golf courses and impressive resort areas nearby.

Many of the attractions in Phoenix are situated in the downtown district, the heart of the city, where you will find notable restaurants, sporting venues and shops...

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Thinking About Whitewater Rafting In Maine For Your Next Vacation

Whitewater rafting is known as a leisure sport which allows you to travel down the river that has a turbulent or uneasy flow in the large raft which typically holds several people. The whitewater rafting consists of the navigating down a river which can be either calm or turbulent in the different areas. By maneuvering around the rocks, through the small cascading waterfalls or drops as well as fallen timber and the water plants can make the experience a challenging event that requiring teamwork.

In the whitewater rafting, the passengers are typically using a raft that made from the durable multilayer rubber or vinyl. This type of sport is very popular during the summer, spring and fall months when water temperature is above freezing...

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Visit West Virginia Home of Mountains and Rivers, Beauty and Serenity

When you think of a family vacation, I’d bet the last place you think of is West Virginia. When most of us think of West Virginia we think of mountain people, coal mines, and the Hatfields and McCoys.

Well it is time to really take a good look at West Virginia. It is one of the most beautiful states we have and for about fifty percent of the population of the east coast it is only one day to one and one half days travel. This beautiful state has so many things that you and your family can enjoy, from the beautiful mountains and sparkling rivers and lakes to white water rafting down the new river gorge as well as there numerous state parks. 

One such example is the Monongahela state park. It is a quiet and secluded wonderful place to escape the crowds...

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London Ontario’s Racey Nightlife

Southwestern Ontario is historically farmland – not quite southern and only a little bit western; it’s the beginning of the Windsor-Quebec City corridor where goods are transported by tractor-trailers around the clock. The largest city in the area is London a town of a half a million people working largely in the insurance and heavy industry sectors. The area previously known as Upper Canada when it was settled by the British the people have a conservative heritage, but even there the community standards of tolerance have been evolving to keep in step with the times so there is a wide variety when choosing individual local interests. Like other large Canadian cities there’s something for everybody.

There are countless good restaurants and quite a few nightclubs lik...

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Visitor Guide To Baltimore Maryland

With a population rapidly approaching 700,000, Baltimore is the biggest city in Maryland and covers an area of more than 80 square miles / 210 square kilometers. Close to Washington DC, Baltimore lies on America’s eastern coast and contains an important port, complete with large harbor.

Many of the main sights and attractions in the city can be found around the central downtown district, which is divided into a number of notable areas, such as the city center, the Inner Harbor, Camden Yards and also the West Side. Throughout this area you will find a large selection of shops, restaurants, bars and important structures. Also, the Fells Point area, close to the Inner Harbor, is known for its vibrant and animated nightlife and entertainment venues.

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Visiting North Dakota on Your Next Road Trip

Travel North Dakota 
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North Dakota, “The Flickertail State,” stretches from the rugged Badlands and verdant prairies to Missouri River waterways and farmlands, gardens and gentle valleys. It’s a place of great natural beauty.

In this state’s southwestern Badlands, Theodore Roosevelt National Park was established to honor Roosevelt’s significant conservation efforts and his high personal regard for the area. His namesake national park has two portions accessible from either Medora or Watford City. The northern side contains forested lands punctuated with towering buttes; the South section displays a more weathered, layered look that reflects millions of years of wind, rain, and the gradual effects of the Little Missouri River...

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The Ultimate Travel Guide to Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta is among the largest cities in the United States and one of largest metropolitan areas. Incorporated in 1837 with only thirty residents. Atlanta’s ongoing growth is nearing the six million mark. Atlanta is the economic and cultural center of the south.

The Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport located only seven miles from downtown Atlanta is the busiest airport in the number of passengers served. Local Tour Operators can get you the cheapest airfares and cheapest car hire prices in Atlanta. Join the more than 90 million passengers from the United States, Central America, Europe, Asia and Africa passing through Atlanta airport annually.

To plan your Activity Holidays in Atlanta depend on Local Tour Operators to find the best deals...

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RV Travel Fun In Maryland

Maryland is full of surprises when one is traveling by recreational vehicle. Don’t think just Baltimore; think about the entire state and its luxurious and primitive campgrounds that can be enjoyed. Wend your way through the state and find amazing flora and fauna at one of the state parks that are nestled in the untouched beauty of the countryside. Find your way into the past by stopping at a campground and heading into town to walk down cobblestone streets, be entertained at friendly taverns and find that perfect gift or souvenir at antique shops. Of course there are very fine restaurants and some very down home restaurants so that you can have what your mouth is watering for.

Make sure to stop by a gallery or two and find out what all the rave is about when it comes to lo...

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RV Travel Fun In Pennsylvania

RV Travel Fun In Pennsylvania

Have you ever thought about traveling across country in an RV (recreational vehicle), to see the sights? Did you ever want to just pack up some items for just a few weeks, and run up to the mountains in Pennsylvania? Is the thought of viewing a flower-covered valley from a not-so-traveled roadside stop, enchanting to you? If you can relate to any of this, then your ready for RV travel fun in the state of Pennsylvania! Pennsylvania, where the founding fathers descended in 1774, the second state to become a part of the United States of America in 1787, and, where there are as many different nationalities there as in most of the rest of the world, Pennsylvania leads among people traveling to it’s shores as one of the preeminent historical destinations...

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