North America

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A Short History of Laughlin, Nevada     The Southern California "drive market" is the number one tourist magnet for Las Vegas. Planning a road-trip there?...

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Looking back, I had a bucket list before there was the term bucket list. High upon it was a scenic and comfortable train...

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Heels down. Toes out. Squeeze with calves, not knees. Lighten up on the reins. Sink your butt into the saddle. So began my first...

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Since the 1920s, Harlem has been known as a major African American residential, cultural and business center. Originally a Dutch village and formally organized...

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Oxford, Mississippi, the home of Ole Miss (University of Mississippi) since 1848 is also the home of William Faulkner, winner of the 1949 Nobel...

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To many people, Monticello and Charlottesville, Virginia are synonymous. Indeed, even more than his famous home, the presence of Thomas Jefferson the Man can...

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Elowah Falls in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge cascades in endless curtains of white. I sat mesmerized in the cooling mist and relished the sight...

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New Orleans is synonyous as a party town. And it’s true, as there is almost a festival or event to celebrate every week...

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The narrow paved road leading to Monticello appeared to be exactly as it would have been 200 years ago, without the asphalt of course!...