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4 Amazing Places You Can Relive History In New York

New York

4 Amazing Places You Can Relive History In New York

Outside of the hustle and bustle of Chicago, are a huge amount of small town in Illinois offering traditional charm right here in the midwest. Some of the towns on this list are home to just a few families each, totally maybe 15 residents, based off the most recent census data. For those looking to

Josh KotelJosh KotelApr 16, 2016
5 Things You Didn’t Know About The Abandoned Old Koloa Sugar Mill

Hawaii

5 Things You Didn’t Know About The Abandoned Old Koloa Sugar Mill

#1 This Old Sugar Mill of Koloa has been around since 1835. It wasn’t an easy beginning for this mill found on the island of Kauai, though. William Ladd, Peter A. Brimsmade, and William Northey Hooper, founders of Ladd & Co., had a lot of difficulty establishing their mill. Although ancient Hawaiians were used to

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 21, 2016
5 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss the Incredible Watchtower View of the Grand Canyon

Arizona

5 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss the Incredible Watchtower View of the Grand Canyon

#1 Check out the Desert View Watchtower! Not the view you traditionally see of the Grand Canyon, eh? This view certainly receives less visitors than the notorious South Rim that tourists flock to, but it isn’t because it isn’t a phenomenal location. In fact, many people prefer this calm and serene oasis to the hustle

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 6, 2016
6 Historic Towns In Illinois That Will Transport You To The Past

Illinois

6 Historic Towns In Illinois That Will Transport You To The Past

Outside of the hustle and bustle of Chicago, are a huge amount of small town in Illinois offering traditional charm right here in the midwest. Some of the towns on this list are home to just a few families each, totally maybe 15 residents, based off the most recent census data. For those looking to

Ashley ParadaAshley ParadaSep 28, 2016
You’ve Never Been to A Burger King Like This One in Arizona

Arizona

You’ve Never Been to A Burger King Like This One in Arizona

We’re sure you’ve been in your fair share of fast food establishments, maybe even all over the United States, but we bet none of them are quite like this one! Located in Kayenta, Arizona, this special Burger King is the home of the Navajo Code Talkers Exhibit! Code talkers were used by the United States Armed

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 28, 2016
6 Facts About Riordan Mansion State Historic Park

Arizona

6 Facts About Riordan Mansion State Historic Park

#1 Riordan Mansion was designed by Charles Wittlesey. He also designed the Grand Canyon’s El Tovar Hotel. #2 Brothers Michael and Timothy Riordan built the mansion. They moved from Chicago to help brother Dennis run a lumber company that often employed the majority of the population of up and coming Flagstaff. #3 The Riordan brothers

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 20, 2016
Here Are 6 Of The Oldest Restaurants In Illinois You Must Try

Illinois

Here Are 6 Of The Oldest Restaurants In Illinois You Must Try

Illinois is home to some of the oldest restaurants in the country, dating back as far as 1849. Whether you live in Illinois or are traveling to or through it, checking out some of these historic restaurants are surely something you will want to add to the bucket list. Some of the restaurants on this

Ashley ParadaAshley ParadaAug 15, 2016
5 Gruesome Facts About This Weird Shrine in Arizona

Arizona

5 Gruesome Facts About This Weird Shrine in Arizona

#1 El Teradito might very well be the most popular shrine in Arizona. People from all over the United States flock to visit this bizarre shrine nestled in the Old Barrio area of downtown Tucson. The remains of a crumbling brick building make up most of the shrine, and over the years, candle racks and

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 14, 2016
You Won’t Believe What One Man Discovered Under The Grand Canyon… Or Did He?

Arizona

You Won’t Believe What One Man Discovered Under The Grand Canyon… Or Did He?

#1 The Phoenix Gazette published a shocking article in 1909. The article begins with an eye-catching headline on the first page and continues onto several other pages, exclaiming “Explorations in Grand Canyon.” Below, in only slightly smaller lettering, “Mysteries of Immense Rich Cavern Being Brought To Light” and “Remarkable Finds Indicate Ancient People Migrated From Orient.” This

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 20, 2016
6 Reasons Why Jerome is the Absolute Best Ghost Town

Arizona

6 Reasons Why Jerome is the Absolute Best Ghost Town

Jerome- once the most talked about mining town in the United States now stands with all the original buildings, but a new prospect on life. It is home to so many great amenities, million dollar views, and makes for the best day trip from Phoenix. There is something for all ages in Jerome! 1. Museums

Jamie KrollJamie KrollJul 13, 2016
8 Of The Strangest Illinois Laws You Didn’t Know Existed

Illinois

8 Of The Strangest Illinois Laws You Didn’t Know Existed

Just like many other regions of the United States, Illinois still has many state and local laws that would make visitors do a double take. From Chicago to Decauter, there are plenty of hidden laws from way back when that were overlooked and are technically still active today. Leave The Fuzzy Dice At Home Throughout

Ashley ParadaAshley ParadaAug 1, 2016
10 Facts About Fort Verde State Historic Park

Arizona

10 Facts About Fort Verde State Historic Park

#1. This fort was used as a base for General Crook’s U.S. Army scouts and soldiers. Between the 1870’s and the 1880’s, many men called this fort home. #2 This Park is the best preserved example of a fort that was used during the Indian Wars. This is the place to visit if you want

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 10, 2016
8 Fast Facts About The Quirkiest Town in Arizona

Arizona

8 Fast Facts About The Quirkiest Town in Arizona

#1 If you’ve heard of Chloride before, it’s probably because of their junk art. How it happened we don’t really know, but Chloride became the poster child for “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” Since the desert environment doesn’t allow for perfectly groomed lawns of grass and flowers, the people of Chloride resorted to

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 8, 2016
7 Incredible Facts About Illinois That You Should Know

Illinois

7 Incredible Facts About Illinois That You Should Know

Every state across the U.S. has interesting facts that only locals and historians are aware of. Illinois is not an exception, with plenty of incredible facts from over the years that are not commonly known. Illinois small towns and big cities alike share some historical facts and fun facts as well. Read through this list

Ashley ParadaAshley ParadaAug 31, 2016
The Top Five Exciting Things To Check Out in Flagstaff

Arizona

The Top Five Exciting Things To Check Out in Flagstaff

#1 Lowell Observatory Lowell is one of the oldest observatories in the United States — they were established in 1894! Of course, they’ve grown plenty since then. In 1965 they were designated as a National Historic Landmark, and in 2011 TIME magazine named them one of “The World’s 100 Most Important Places.” One of Lowell

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 7, 2016
5 Stunning Photos That Will Remind You Why Illinois Is The Best State

Illinois

5 Stunning Photos That Will Remind You Why Illinois Is The Best State

Illinois has so much to offer visitors and residents that its attractions are frequently mentioned on ‘must visit’ lists and the like. From the delicious food, to the vast and breathtaking farms, Illinois is really one of a kind. Illinois has a rich history and is still well known today for its highly regarded educational

Ashley ParadaAshley ParadaSep 27, 2016