Piers & Boardwalks in United States of America

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Pier 39

Ferry Building, Pier 39... These are old edifices converted into lovely centres for indulging in some good grub. The Slanted Door is highly raved but I found it just about average. It wasn’t bad but it is nothing to rave about; unless you are a stranger to great food. But there were other places but I doubt if they are aiming any higher. Mama’s (a bit away) is a good brekkie place.
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Navy Pier

A long 3,300 foot pier on the shoreline of Chicago's Lake Michigan, the Navy Pier is a 50 acre play are filled with entertainment, restaurants, activities, museums, and shopping areas which makes it an ideal place to have fun and visit in Chicago. At the time it was constructed in the 19th century, it was arguably the largest pier in the world attracting ships and visitors from all around the world. Inside it is also a Navy Pier Ferris Wheel which is a 150 feet tall structure and looks even more beautiful when fully illuminated in the night.
3 Reviews

Fisherman's Wharf

Once I reached the much talked about Fisherman's Wharf, it was difficult for me to decide where to start exploring the hidden experiences of the City of Bay. Truly called a tourist spot, one day seemed just too short a period of time. From the extraordinary view of sea lions at Pier 39, to the world famous statues at Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, were the kind of sights I got to see. While the food was mouthwatering, I couldn't resist from choosing my favourites in the world fmaous clam chowder, fried fish and the well-known San Francisco sour dough. And this was just the beginning of my tour at Fisherman's Wharf. Later came the international hotspot Musee Mechanique, 1980's arcade games and Ghirardelli Square.
2 Reviews

Shoreline Village

Great little place to stop for ice cream, look at the boats and lighthouse, and do some souvenir trolling at some of the more unique stores. The pirate store here is my absolute fave.
1 Reviews

Seaport Village

Nice shopping center with some cool shops. Love the pirate store!!!
1 Reviews

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 are FINALLY GOING TO AMERICA!...

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We passed by Trinity Church, the Hancock Building, Boston Common and overlooking the golden dome of the Massachusetts State House....

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My first post, today’s prompt is about my everlasting love for a tiny island in the middle of the ocean where I was raised, Key West, Florida....

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Now what I did not realise was that I had already walked over a mile and had reached the joggers area; so when I asked people for directions to Pier 33 for my Alcatraz tour they pointed me towards the walking trails....

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

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

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

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Popular birding routes in the refuge include the handicap-accessible Goose Overlook and Morgan Hill Overlook, the Bluff Lake Boardwalk that accesses a cypress island....

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This post isn’t about how to use the least money possible to travel South America....

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

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

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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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Whenever I would hear the name of Boston, only 3 things would come to my mind......

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The museum has a beautiful location and houses numerous facts on how the history and culture of America has evolved over time with influx of immigrants from all over the world....

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