Beautiful Places in United States of America

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Central Park

New York's Central Park is known from the umpteen number of movies it has featured in. One of the most frequently visited and protected open spaces in New York, the Central Park has been declared a National Historic Landmark. Whether it's walking, biking, rollerblading, ice-skating during the winter, taking a boat ride during the summer, or bouncing from play ground to play ground this perfect outdoor sanctuary offers fun for children and adults. Don't forget to visit Central Park Wildlife Center and Children's Zoo
8 Reviews

Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn bridge was the world's longest bridge and remains to be a major landmark of New York. It is around 5,989ft-long and provides a splendid opportunity for a relaxed evening long drive. It was the first bridge in the world to use steel suspension cables. From it, you’ll enjoy striking views of the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor.
5 Reviews

South Beach

Back to MIAWalked around South Beach before heading to the airport.I didn’t enjoy Miami like I thought I would. I guess the weather not being nice was a turn off. I had the opportunity to go to Daytona Beach last year as well as Captiva Island and it was beautiful and nice tropical vacation. Probably won't go back to Miami but I'm glad I crossed it off the list.
1 Reviews

Hoover Dam

For its deep contrasting beauty . For the enthusiasm with which people of all ages come here .
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White Sands National Monument

This is what happened to me. I first visited White Sands in 2006 with my father on the drive west that brought me to California in the first place. I have wanted to return ever since. To walk barefoot on these cotton dunes, and to take the time of day there to simply breath. To be. And also, as a naturalist, to hopefully observe some it’s unique and cryptic desert fauna. But even the best laid plans can falter.Boca and I had intended to camp at White Sands National Monument, and actually sleep on the dunes themselves beneath a starry desert sky. The night prior we explored a prehistoric forest where dinosaurs once roamed, the rocky remains of the Petrified Forest National Park strewn haphazardly across the Painted Desert.After overnighting in a small town called Eagar in Arizona’s White Mountains, we decided to drive south through Gila National Forest. And this was our mistake. The roads were narrow, winding, and poorly marked. We took a wrong turn and ended up on a half day detour, lost amongst the high altitude pine lands of Apache National Forest.We didn’t make it to White Sands until just before sunset. We were refused a camping permit. We were too late. But we were also right on time. In time for what nature had intended all along. A spectacular light show for our benefit. Alone and desperately tiny on the mammoth dunescape, we witnessed our solar system’s fiery center dip beneath jagged dry hills, casting a Santa Fe water color mural across the sky and dunes.We hope you enjoy reading about what we saw. But what we felt can only be experienced firsthand.
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Twin Peaks

Offering a spectacular 360 degree panoramic view of the whole city and located right in the heart of the city the majestic Twin Towers is a monumental natural wonder standing up to 920 feet above the sea level. It offers some breathtaking and stunning views of some of the most iconic symbols of the city like the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay Bridge, the Alcatraz and the Market Street making it a must visit place in San Francisco. Also if you are around the place in early morning, watching the sunrise from such an elevation is an experience you will never get again in your lifetime.
2 Reviews

Golden Gate Park

Rent a bike from Golden Gate Park with ParkWide and you get the option to drop it off at a different location, which is awe-some. I don’t remember the rate but I think it was a 3h ride. They have a map with best routes to go and get back depending on the uphill or downhill.
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Bryant Park

It is delight for any botany lover. We went in the right time during spring, the flowers are really beautiful.
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Haleakala National Park

Haleakalᾱ volcano rises 10023 ft above the Pacific Ocean and occupies almost half of the Maui Island of Hawaii. The geologic history of Haleakalᾱ is estimated to have begun a million years ago, around the time of woolly mammoth and saber tooth tigers! It comprises of colourful cinder cones scattered throughout the valley floor. The most recent eruption took place in 1802. This volcano is considered to be an active but currently non-erupting volcano. I got a chance to see this place a few years back. It is a matchless heaven weathered and coloured over time. The rains have oxidized the earth and the winds have emphasized the cinder cones! When I actually got to the summit, I wondered what was so good about this volcano. I hardly saw the cinder cones and the lush bright colors of the soil! We were told to hike up a trail to experience it for ourselves. Therefore, we started trudging towards what we really hadn’t anticipated. What I am going to quote is often said my the people of Maui that clouds in and around the summit of Haleakalᾱ carry whispers of another time. It is said that the demigod of Maui fished Haleakalᾱ and all the Hawaiin volcanoes from the sea, pulling them up and flinging his fishhook to the heavens. On clear nights, the fishhook of Maui, now the Scorpio, can still be seen in the sky from the summit of Haleakalᾱ.
1 Reviews

Lincoln Park Zoo

As if all the cool animals weren’t enough, the zoo has a calendar that is packed with events that aim to please. Yoga classes, sleepovers, and Twilight Safari are just a few of the things on offer.
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Bronx Zoo

Don't be fooled by the rocks that I got, I'm still, I'm still Jenny from the block If you have more time in NY: head to the Bronx! ZOO and the Botanical Garden make for a fun day trip
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Crater Lake

Crater Lake has to be one of the most beautiful lakes I’ve ever seen, it’s absolutely awe-inspiring. Located in southern Oregon, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United Sates at nearly 2000 feet. Interestingly, there are no rivers flowing into or out of the lake, which is probably a contributing factor for it’s brilliant blue color and clarity. I visited Crater Lake National Park during a beautiful Fall day, but after seeing pictures of the area covered in snow, I cannot wait to go in the winter someday…it’s a place of immeasurable beauty. Fees: $10 for car and $5 for motorcycle (7 day pass)
1 Reviews

Washington Square Park

Time seems to have broken into a gallop and before I realize, we are at the last point of the tour. Washington Square Park is a refreshing patch of green amidst the urban milieu. The rap and jazz musicians playing at the park lend the place a languorous sense of happiness. Renee gathers the walking party beneath the stately Memorial Arch and delivers a final address on how the park has been a gathering area for the Beat generation, folk and Hippie movements of the 1950s and 1960s.I thank her and make my way to the centre of the park where the band is starting to get the crowd on its feet. I take off my shoes and sit down comfortably, the soft grass feeling like velvet beneath my tired feet. They have just started singing Mr Tambourine Man and have promised to sing Blowin’ in the Wind. A bunch of NYU students raise their bottles of Brooklyn Summer Ale and merrily shout out "Cheers to Mr Dylan”.
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Antelope Canyon

Antelope canyons are one of the most beautiful, naturally formed canyons. Unlike other canyons in the diverse landscape of US that are huge and vast, the Antelope canyons or slot canyons, are small, narrow but deep passageways of spiral rocks.The slot canyons were formed by the erosion of sandstone, mostly due to flash floods.The hues and patterns of formation makes it an excellent subject for photography.There are two slot canyons in this area, upper and lower canyons, of which the lower one is below the ground level and a makeshift ladder is installed to climb down.A little over 4 hours drive from Las Vegas, the Antelope canyons in Page (Arizona) are easily accessible by road.However entry to the canyons is restricted, one must take a local authorized guide.Few hours spent in these corridors that display nature's work of art in the form of exquisite patterns and subtle yet pleasing colors are to be remembered. The experience was made magical by local native American playing melodious tunes on his flute down in the canyon.
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Mount Rainier

If you enjoy the beauty of nature, Mount Rainier national park is the place to go.
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Waikiki Beach

The Waikiki Beach is the most prominent tourist attraction of Hawaii. Crowded with tourists and locals, this beach still is quite well maintained. With local hula performances, concerts, and the Waikiki strip, you can't get bored! We usually would come here on the weekends towards the evening, because the sunset is a spectacular sight to catch. Boogie boarding or surfing are also some of the fun activities you can take on at Waikiki. But mostly, roaming with your family and friends gives you the time of your life here.
2 Reviews

The High Line

An evening walk along the verdant High Line watching the pleasant sunset is one of the best things to do in the NYC. It is virtually like floating and flying high 25 feet above the ground surrounded by serene greenery and tended plantings. You can also capture wonderful photographs in and around the place and get some good quality nature shots if you are interested in.
2 Reviews

Oak Street Beach

Chicago is a beautiful city, but the best part for me is the beach ! Its long coast all along the city is perfect for bike rides on sunny days.
1 Reviews

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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Trips Stories

From the Mojave to the Hoover Dam, and finally the Grand Canyon, some of the south-westernmost stretches of the United States are as filled with historic iconography as they are beautiful expanses of desert wilderness....

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We also explored some other attractions in NYC like Central Park and Museum of Natural History....

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Naturally you cannot visit every spot of natural beauty in the wide expanse, in a day....

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We are FINALLY GOING TO AMERICA!...

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Fresh, salty air is premium down here, and all you need to do is just really enjoy the natural beauty of this sub-tropic island I call home to see why I love it so!...

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But I thought the choice was obvious, State Route 212 it was....

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The hubby and I found ourselves at Kaibab National Forest, right before entering the State of Utah....

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I have been to most of the 50 states that comprise the United States of America - 49 of them to be exact – with Alaska the only one I’m yet to visit....

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Hiking is an idea to get fit and reach that summit, and no doubt that I look forward to attain those benefits too....

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New Mexico Museum of Nature & Science Right across the street from the children's museum is the Museum of Nature & Science....

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The Colorado Trail is unarguably one of the greatest hiking adventures in the United States....

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The structure Audubon is in the process of construction and will ultimately support a statewide system of trails that promote nature-based tourism across the state....

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Originally from Hyderabad, Ravi moved to the United States and then to Canada....

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We walked along the Reflecting Pool and viewed the Constitution Gardens, Vietnam War Memorial and Korean War Memorial finally reaching the Lincoln Memorial built to honor the 16th President of the United States....

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Augustine the historical town of America is one of the oldest settlements in the country and we drove from Gainesville to St....

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Vegas was always on my list of places I needed to visit in the United States during my #BussingUSA trip....

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Till this day we have visited 40 states....

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I’ve never experienced as much closeness to nature as I had during that weekend....

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Isabella Stewart was an incredible woman with an eye for art and passion for nature....

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