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10 Pictures That Show Sedona is Basically the Most Beautiful Place Ever

Arizona

10 Pictures That Show Sedona is Basically the Most Beautiful Place Ever

#1 Sedona is what you might call a ~big deal~. Is this field of flowers not unrealistically beautiful? It probably isn’t fair for Sedona to set standards like this. #2 They’re known for their unique red rocks. Can we just pause and appreciate how they glow in the sunlight? #3 There’s as much green as

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 22, 2016
Get Your Facts About Route 66

Arizona

Get Your Facts About Route 66

#1. Route 66 has been called the Main Street of America. It’s also been called the Mother Road and Will Rogers Highway. #2 Route 66 was paved in 1926. It crosses the path of the National Old Trails Highway that came before it. #3 The highway originally passed through 8 states! Count ’em! Illinois, Missouri,

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 22, 2016
It’s Arizona, But You Can Call Us….

Arizona

It’s Arizona, But You Can Call Us….

Arizona has a ton of nicknames. How many of these have you heard? #1 The Grand Canyon State Okay, we know. This one’s a little obvious. But, I mean, if you had this kind of beauty in your state, wouldn’t you flaunt it too? #2 The Apache State Many Apache people have fought to call

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 21, 2016
5 Destination Spots You Won’t Believe Are In New York

New York

5 Destination Spots You Won’t Believe Are In New York

#1 E. M. Mills Memorial Rose Garden This century-old Syracuse rose garden has all the wonderment of Alice and Wonderland…minus a sultry pipe-smoking caterpillar. The garden, located inside of Thornden Park, holds 368 varieties of roses, totaling nearly 4000 plants. How could it be better? You can get married there. #2 Whiteface Mountain As New

Josh KotelJosh KotelApr 21, 2016
Which Grand Canyon View is Best For You?

Arizona

Which Grand Canyon View is Best For You?

The Grand Canyon is a ~huge~ destination! We’re talking nearly 300 miles long and 18 miles across! That’s a whole lot to take in, and sometimes choosing the best viewpoint to fit your needs can be tricky. Here’s some info to help you choose between the North Rim, South Rim, Grand Canyon East, and Grand

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 19, 2016
5 Secret Places In New York That You Never Knew Existed

New York

5 Secret Places In New York That You Never Knew Existed

#1 Track 61 Running from Grand Central Terminal to The Waldorf Astoria is Track 61, an abandoned train track once used to privately shuttle the more esteemed guests of the Waldorf to and from Grand Central. The track was also famously said to have been used by Franklin Roosevelt during his presidency, to hide the fact that his

Josh KotelJosh KotelApr 18, 2016
Here’s Why You Need To Know About Horseshoe Bend

Arizona

Here’s Why You Need To Know About Horseshoe Bend

Maybe you’ve never heard of Horseshoe Bend… It’s okay! It’s not your fault. But, it is sort of a problem because…. LOOK HOW BEAUTIFUL IT IS! You NEED this in your life. Horseshoe Bend is 5 miles from the start of Grand Canyon National Park. Its the Grand Canyon warming up! You can find it

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 18, 2016
Top 10 Things To Do in Phoenix

Arizona

Top 10 Things To Do in Phoenix

If you’re ever in Phoenix, it won’t be hard to see that there are a ton of things to do. This list gives you 10 places to start, if you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the choices. #1 Arizona Science Center The Arizona Science Center’s motto is “Never stop wondering,” so if you feel like learning, it’s

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 16, 2016
4 Amazing Places You Can Relive History In New York

New York

4 Amazing Places You Can Relive History In New York

#1 The Back Room Bar Tucked neatly behind an inconspicuous alleyway, this Lower East Side speakeasy has been in operating for nearly a century, and is one of only two remaining in New York from the Prohibition days. Originally known as “The Back Of Ratner’s” this cozy chandelier and velvet haven hosted many 1920’s movie

Josh KotelJosh KotelApr 16, 2016