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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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Hawaii Travel – Top Five Places of Things to See and Do When in Hawaii (Big Island)

Hawaii has a lot to offer visitors, from active volcanoes, to vast Kona coffee plantations, art galleries, farmers markets, and even exclusive black sand beaches formed by eroded magma from underground volcanoes. If you find yourself on your way to the Big Island, perhaps this top five list of places to see and things to do will better help you to decide how to spend your time when in this truly exceptional tropical paradise in the pacific.

Waipio Valley: At the tip of the northern Hamakua Coast you will find this plush, serene and relatively untouched valley that is truly a spectacle for the eyes. This amazing valley was the home to the famed Hawaiian King Kamehameha during his youth, appropriately dubbed “The Valley of the Kings...

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Five Great Reasons To Visit Saint Paul & Minneapolis Minnesota

The Twin Cities, is known to be a progressive region, the downtown area is a hub for activity, and there is literally so much to do you will be absolutely “funned out” by the time of your departure. Minneapolis is on the Forebes’ list of, “30 Most Visited Cities in the US” and is said to receive nearly 18.3 million visitors annually. The tourism alone creates a fun and exciting atmosphere for tourists and residents alike.

1. Shop til you drop.

The Minneapolis Area has many different shopping malls, underground malls, and the World Famous Mall of America. From an indoor roller-coaster to a Hooters restaurant, the “MOA” has something for every age. Those who have never been to the mall may not realize the largest aquarium in the area is located in the basement...

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