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Crater Lake, Oregon
Crater Lake National Park

Lewis and Clark may have been the first non-aboriginal explorers to be awestruck by Crater Lake in Oregon. But they were far from the last. Offering biking, boating, horseback riding, and just sheer breathtaking scenery to absorb, it is one of America’s most outstanding national parks. Every year half a million visitors experience something like […]

Zion National Park
Zion National Park

In the northwestern section of Utah, there is a region that offers terrain like no other. Zion National Park provides some of the most dramatic and variable scenery anywhere within the entire system. From creek-laded narrow canyons to golden sandstone cliffs high over the land, Zion is one of the Earth’s finest outdoor ‘sculpture gardens’. […]

Stratosphere Hotel and Tower Las Vegas
Stratosphere Hotel and Tower, Las Vegas

The Stratosphere is not the largest hotel, nor does it have the biggest casino. But it’s got something that is nowhere else in Las Vegas or anywhere else: The Stratosphere Tower. The Tower, as it’s known locally, is 1,149 feet high. At the top is the famed revolving restaurant and entrances to the rides. With […]

By : Our World Cities Date : July 4, 2020 Category : Las Vegas Our World Cities Comments :
Star Trek: The Experience
Star Trek: The Experience, Las Vegas Hilton

The Star Trek Experience inside the Las Vegas Hilton (now extinct) is one of the more unusual ‘rides’ a visitor can take anywhere, even taking Disneyland into account. While Disneyland offers many a thrilling ride these days, few actually involve live actors that interact with the ‘traveler’ during the ride. This is performance art at […]

By : Our World Cities Date : July 4, 2020 Category : Las Vegas Our World Cities Comments :
Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas

Imagine Las Vegas and you have images of neon lights, casinos and maybe a spectacular show. But Vegas has much more to offer than the expected modern pleasures. Fewer than 20 miles from The Strip is a different kind of spectacular view: Red Rock Canyon. With 1.2 million visitors per year it’s hardly an unknown […]

By : Our World Cities Date : July 4, 2020 Category : Las Vegas Our World Cities Comments :
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