United States Travel
The USA isn’t the most popular country for many international travelers due to visa restrictions, high travel costs, and lack of affordable transportation. However, the United States has some of the world’s funnest cities, incredible national parks, and unique outdoor landscapes. It’s also the place most Americans spend their time traveling. Despite the cost of traveling in the USA it holds something interesting for every kind of traveler.
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It’s the final resting place of wild west outlaws – gunslingers, train robbers and murderers buried at the most famous of boot hill cemeteries.
If you need a place to kick-off your boots in Tombstone after a long day of gun-slinging and saloon-hopping Virgil’s Corner has you covered. Once owned by the legendary Earp family it’s western decor is very charming.
Sea lions lounge in the sun on a cool morning in San Diego.
The snow leopard is globally endangered and extremely beautiful. Did I mention it has an incredible yawn as well? Don’t miss this week’s featured photo!
As seen from the top of the United States’ largest city park, South Mountain.
Would you jump into a pool with a large tiger chasing you? Watch these brave zoo workers do just that at Out of Africa’s Tiger Splash show in Arizona.
Mandrills are the largest monkey in the world, but that’s not all they’re known for – they have big brightly colored nostrils, facial markings and rear ends!
The Cabrillo National Monument features some of the best views in all of San Diego. It is located on the Point Loma peninsula and features a large statue, lighthouse, hiking and beautiful scenery. Don’t miss these photos!
This week’s photo is from one of my favorite parks I’ve ever visited – the Botanical building and reflecting lily pond located inside the amazing Balboa Park at San Diego, California.
This week’s photo is of the San Miguel Mission in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Built from adobe originally in 1610 it’s claimed as the oldest church in the United States.
Pictured is the Navajo Bridge crossing the beautiful Marble Canyon, AZ. Located near Lee’s ferry it’s the only road crossing the Colorado River for 600 miles.
An unexpectedly perfect day hiking and relaxing on the beach in San Diego’s Torrey Pines State Park and Preserve. It wasn’t too crowded, the scenery was beautiful and nature had been well preserved – all within a few minutes of downtown San Diego.