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Disneyland: A Magical Experience

Disneyland: A Magical Experience

Disney California Adventure Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Toontown Disneyland opened its gates to the world in 1955, and has been fascinating tourists ever since then. More than half a billion guests have been awed at the fantastic splendor of its sprawling compound, including presidents, royalty, and heads of state. Anyone who has taken a trip to Disneyland has gone back unable to stop talking about it. Disneyland or Disneyland Park is located in Anaheim, California. It features rides, themed mini compounds, and attractions against a fantasy backdrop of magical experience for the entire family. Disneyland’s massive 84 acres of park land is currently divided into eight sections, or ‘realms’. Disneyland was originally built according to a plan where these eight ‘realms’ resembled the eight points of a compass. In order to possibly grasp the scope of the experience which you are in for as soon as you enter the...

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Introducing Chicago: The Windy City

Introducing Chicago: The Windy City

The Windy City is full of more than just, well, air. Chicago is the heart and soul of America’s Midwest, the country’s third largest city behind New York and Los Angeles, and claims some of the most recognizable architectural monuments of American tradition and culture, such as historic Wrigley Field and the Sears Tower. Chicago’s skyline is one of the most recognizable in the United States and the soulful sounds of this city are some of the most recognizably influential all over the world. Chicago is situated on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan, making it both a strategic economic port city and a lifeline into America’s heartland. A wave of European immigration in the 19th and 20th centuries made the city a true iconic melting pot for the country as a whole. Additionally, Chicago has roughly equal populations of Caucasians and African Americans and the second largest population...

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Get to Know Miami

Get to Know Miami

They say that there are more pink flamingoes made in plastic then there are in reality. And where does one find the plastic ones the most? Miami. Welcome to Miami. Will smith sing all the way? They say that party never ends on the Miami beaches. Being on the southern most tip of America it enjoys the maritime climate. So very fit for the other wise cold country. The golden sands on Miami beaches attract millions and you find yourself among the most number of people if you decide to go in the fall. The year was 1895 when the Americans realized that to save the travelers from the intense cold they must move to the southern tip of Florida. And thus came up the biggest state of Florida- Miami. Known for not only its beaches, it has the biggest of the universities. The city finds its Latin roots...

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Washington D.C. Museums, Monuments and More

Washington D.C. Museums, Monuments and More

As the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. is certainly not lacking of museums, monuments, exhibits, historic landmarks and a fantastic potpourri of cuisine and nightlife. The District of Columbia is vibrant and alive with thousands of college students, passionate non-profits and swarms of local and international government employees. Get a taste of this unique social climate when you book your airfare to Washington DC through one of the region’s major airports: Dulles International Airport (Virginia), Ronald Reagan International (Virginia), and Baltimore/Washington International (Maryland). The city itself coexists as both the District of Columbia and the city of Washington. When the city was established, it was planned specifically to serve the United States as seat of government. A dispute arose between Virginia and Maryland as to which state would be home to the nation’s capital. Thus, the decision was made to establish Washington DC as an independent, non-state entity. What is...

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