Arts & Culture in United States of America

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

On Thursdays the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Metmuseum.org) is open until 9 pm, so I like to have a drink usuall uptown at the beautiful Surrey Hotel rooftop bar (Thesurrey.com) and then head to the museum. Walking around the museum after a glass of wine and seeing the Picassos and the Matisses gives your evening a cultural injection.
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Palace of Fine Arts

But I made my way dryly to the Palace of Fine Arts and back to Fort Mason Center to drop the bike off.
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Legion of Honor

One of the most beautiful museums of the United States, the Leign of Honor is an historical building housing some of the greatest art masterpieces in the country. Its perfect placement overlooking the glamorous Pacific Ocean and the mossy Golden Gate Bridge makes visiting this museum a must thing to do in San Francisco. It was mainly architectured to commemorate soldiers of California who lost their lives in the first World War.
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Chihuly Garden and Glass

Located in the heart of Seattle, Chihuly Garden and Glass provides a look at the inspiration and influences that inform the career of artist Dale Chihuly. Through the exhibition’s eight interior galleries, lush outdoor garden and centerpiece Glasshouse visitors will experience a comprehensive look at Chihuly's most significant series of work. With both day and night experiences, and full-service dining in the adjoining Collections Café, this long-term exhibition offers a unique experience rain or shine.
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Gibbes Museum of Art

Like most things in Charleston, the beaux arts Gibbes Museum of ARt is old established in 1858 and still reigns as the city’s cultural guardian with thousands of (mainly) Southern artworks (you scan almost fall into the panoramas of Charleston Harbour). But it lets its hair down with pop-up exhibition on anything from rock-n-roll photography to African American gardens.
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Waipio Valley Shuttle

Hike time: 30 mins. Waipi’o Valley used to be home to ancient Hawaiian royalty, but is now mainly taro farmers. Sheltered by high cliffs on either side, Waipi’o valley is only about 1 mile long with a stream flowing into the ocean from the privately owned Hiilawe Falls towering 1,400 ft above, making it the highest waterfall on the island. To get there from Hilo, take Route 19 north and turn right onto Route 240 to Waipi’o Valley. There is a car park at the top with a lookout and although there is a paved road allowing access to the valley, it is very steep with a 25% grade and only accessible by 4-wheel-drive. A walk down is usually your only option to access the valley, but well worth the trek. Though many locals use this beach as a surf spot, the current can still be quite strong and it’s best to swim only when the water is calm. It is especially dangerous in the winter months, though still worth the trip because this is the best time for whale watching. You have to be wary of the waves crashing in, I went from knee-deep to waist deep in a matter of seconds and damaged my camera that was (stupidly) in my pocket, another silly mistake of mine. For another excellent view of the valley, cross the river and cross all the way to the opposite side of the beach and head up the steep Muliwai switchback trail leading to Waimanu Valley (an excellent but long hike for the more adventurous). The third switchback is the best photo opportunity with little to no tourists getting in your way, it only takes about half an hour to get this far.
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Olympic Sculpture Park

Very peaceful and enjoyable to walk through. It avoids the railroad tracks Interesting sculptures Wonderful view. Modern architecture.
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Oracle Arena

I developed a quite strong interest for Basketball during these two years and so I obviously made my trip coincide with a home game of the Golden State Warriors !San Francisco rail system is called BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), fastest option to get to the Oracle Arena ($8 round trip).P.S : they won, and it was amazing !!!!
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Harold Washington Library Center

In addition to scheduled story times, free Wi-Fi, and a children’s center, they have the Storybook Dollhouse, displaying clues related to famous children’s literature.
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Wrigley Field

Our US stakeholders took us to have a Cubs experience.I am not much of a sports person,so was unable to pick up the baseball game.But the field experience was awesome - Beautiful stadium, tons of green, no flashing lights,crunch of peanut shells under the seat,watching super enthusiastic crowd singing in Chorus and a chance to soak up the sun while trying to understand the game.
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Jack Daniel's Distillery

In the tiny dry town of Lynchburg sits the distillery of one of the world's most popular whisky brands. Jack Daniel's Distillery is the country's oldest registered distillery with its first license dating back to 1866.
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Yankee Stadium

Baseball is a sport that is loved with a passion here. A visit in New York is not complete if you haven’t seen the New York Yankees playing. The Yankees' home ballpark used to be Yankee Stadium, famous all over the world. Built in 2008, this stadium is the home turf for the much beloved Yankees. It is the most expensive baseball stadium in the world and incorporates elements form the previous stadium. The first game here was played in April 2009.
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Olympic Training Center

US Olympic Training Center - FREETake a free guided tour and see where Olympians train. There are Olympic-hopeful residents here as well as training camps. This center focuses on the summer Olympics and you may catch a glimpse of them working out, practicing, or even competing.
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Safeco Field

For all baeball fans. Guided tour will take you to player's locker rooms and other places.
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