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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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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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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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Castello di Amorosa

Castello di Amorosa – The 13th Century Castle and Winery in Napa Valley

Castello di Amorosa is one of the American top-notch historical sites located in the heart of Napa Valley at Calistoga, California. It is an authentic 13th-century medieval castle, also one of the only Tuscan styled castle that can be found in the country. Dario Sattui, the fourth generational Italian winemaker, and entrepreneur build the castle after his great- grandfather who migrated directly from Italy to California and started an outstanding winery in San Francisco. Dario Sattui spent over fourteen years to build the Castello di Amorosa. However, despite the medieval architecture and structure of the castle, it one of the tourist’s prime attraction in Napa Valley for its finest winery and wine tasting tours that operate throughout the year. The castle is producing twenty-five hundred liters of wine per year, and it is sold directly to the customers within the premises of the castle, not outside the castle.

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Gillette City in Wyoming

Gillette City in Wyoming

Gillette is the county seat of Campbell County and a city in the United States. Gillette area was formerly referred to as the Donkey Town and later was referred as a tent town. This community earned its name after Edward Gillett, a local surveyor then. This was the time the area in 1891 was platted, and the lots were sold. In the same year, the railroad arrived, and after a span of time, the community here started to prosper and also develop, but after the railroad extension was done beyond Gillette, the community declined.

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Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole

Jackson is located in the Teton County, Wyoming. It is a town in the Jackson Hole valley, United States. The population at the 2010 census was 9,577, showing an increase from 8,647 population in 2000. It is a large town in this county seat.

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State Capitol Building Salt Lake City

State Capitol Building Salt Lake City

Utah’s Capitol building is strategically positioned on a hill overlooking the downtown. Salt Lake City is an elegant architectural masterpiece. This building is set over 40 acres and has beautifully maintained, well-sculpted lawns, flowerbeds, trees, and shrubs. Yoshino cherry trees from the south steps can be viewed. From the front steps, a spectacular view of the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains can be seen and below the Salt Lake City.

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Lake Powell

Glen Canyon Dam – Lake Powell

The Glen Canyon Dam is on the famous Colorado River, NE Ariz., at the height of 710 ft (216 m) high and is 1,560 ft (475 m) long. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s key unit of the Colorado River storage project is the largest concrete dams in the world. This dam was built in 1963 and was dedicated in 1966 to power-generation facilities to control the upper Colorado flow and its tributaries flow, and since 1964 it produces hydroelectricity.

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