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NASCAR Hall of Fame

NASCAR Hall of Fame

Every sport or a game has its own history of legends known for becoming exceptionally proficient at comprehending and playing it particularly. These marvels are quite frequently bestowed with a “Hall of Fame” or a reverenced acknowledgment of their competent and adept performances. Such is the case with American auto racing company NASCAR. Through the course of its history, NASCAR has shaped some of the most honored legends in the account of sports. Read More

Antelope Canyon

Upper Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon is a popular tourist attraction located in the heart of Navajo Indian Territory in the eastern region of US State of Arizona. Antelope Canyon, also known as Slot Canyon, is divided into two major regions; Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon. The ancient settlement of Navajo tribe termed this majestic wonder “Tsé bighánílíní” which means a place where the water runs through the rocks. The lower region of Antelope Canyon was named as “Hasdestwazi” means a place of twisted and winding rocks.  Upper Antelope Canyon is the most visited site in the entire region since it offers a magnificent array of awe-inspiring sand rock formations. It is additionally the only site where visitors don’t have to climb because the entrance is at the ground level. including its entire length. Despite the flamboyant sand rock formations, it is best known for its beams of light radiating directly from slots at the top of the canyon. In fact, the majority of tourist explore Upper Antelope Canyon during the summer months; when the sun is bright and directly over the slots of Upper Antelope Canyon, making a picturesque scene and a paradise for photography enthusiasts. Unlike in winters, the sun is subdued by muted sunlight. However, the perfect time to explore Upper Antelope Canyon is during the summer months starting from March and disappearing in the early October.

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White Sands National Monument

White Sands National Monument

White Sands National Monument is in the U.S. state is in the northern Chihuahua Desert in the New Mexico. It is known for its rare white gypsum sand dunes. The trails include the Dune Life Nature Trail, Interdune Boardwalk and are dotted with exhibits on wildlife. Dunes Drive from the White Sands is a looped road reaching the dune field.

White Sands National Monument contains the largest sand dune field and gypsum in the world covering fine white sand of 275 square miles, formed by the prevailing winds. Read More

Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park

Getting away from it all gets tougher all the time, so if you want a grand experience where canyons have fewer visitors and the graffiti goes back to over three thousand years, there is nothing like the awesome outback of Canyonlands National Park. Located about three miles from the Salt Lake City in the southeastern region of the US State of Utah, Canyonlands is a less crowded canyons park with high elevated desert and numerous fascinating rock formations. In the campgrounds of Canyonlands National Park, there is no water available. Canyonlands National Park is the largest park in the state of Utah covering more than five hundred square miles of land.

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French Quarter New Orleans

French Quarter New Orleans

The French Quarter is situated on the Mississippi River bend at a distance of 100 miles from its mouth. It is known as the Quarter or the Vieux Carre to locals. It is sitting on the highest ground on the Mississippi River crescent in New Orleans. It is the cultural hub of the city.

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Apple Park (Apple Company’s park)

Apple Park (Apple Company’s park)

Apple Park is Apple Inc corporate headquarters. The construction that was underway is not completed.  Its circular design has earned the nickname of a spaceship.  It was the dream of Steve Jobs who wished the entire campus to appear as a nature refuge and not an office park. This is one of the reasons that eighty percent has green space with plants and trees that are drought-resistant, while the courtyard at the center of the main building has an artificial pond.

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Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach on Florida’s Atlantic coast is a beautiful city. It is known for its
International Speedway hosting February iconic NASCAR race. Daytona Beach
stages free concerts in summers, and Daytona Lagoon Water Park provides
water slides, laser tag, and go-karts.

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Kennedy Space Center

Kennedy Space Center

Kennedy Space Center is long serving in Florida as the spaceport of America and hosts all the manned spaceflights of the federal governments since the 1960s.  It has acquired its name after John F Kennedy, the president who in 1961 declared that an astronaut will be on the moon and will also be back to Earth safely within a decade.

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Alcatraz Island

Alcatraz Island – An Island Worth Visiting

Alcatraz Island is the first US built fort located on the West Coast. This island is opulent in history, and there is a natural bounty to the Rock such as bird colonies, gardens, tide pools and bay views. Alcatraz Island has a unique part in the history of America. Most are aware of this place as an inescapable federal prison that has the worst racketeers, gangsters, and kidnappers. Alcatraz has a great history after and before its term, and the history includes wayward soldiers, civil war era traitor’s detention and then the American Indian activists. Alcatraz was a firsthand history and now a part of the Golden gate national recreation area.

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Houston Museum of Natural Science

Houston Museum of Natural Science

The Houston Museum of Natural Science was founded in 1909, and the main aim was to enhance the knowledge of individuals and to trigger delight in people for Natural and its related subjects. Fortunately, to this day, the objective was carried out through every program, project, and exhibition relating the museum.

The Houston Museum is the most visited venue in the United States, and it is also a significant learning science center covering school children. And it includes fourth and seventh grade in the Houston Independent School District. The science museum has a spectacular collection of the dinosaur skeleton, mineral specimens, space-station models, IMAX theater, a planetarium, and a six-story butterfly center featuring these beautiful creatures land.

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