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The previous 50 years brought Seattle
the iconic Space Needle
, futuristic symbol of the 1962 World’s Fair, and global recognition as a Pacific Northwest powerhouse in terms of innovation and culture. What will The Next Fifty bring? read more »
Looking for a destination that combines the finest of history, arts, entertainment, sports, public spaces, shopping and cuisine? Check out Philadelphia
! The dynamic and culturally diverse “City of Brotherly Love” is also a terrific place to people-watch, look at architecture, or simply sit in an outdoor cafe along one of its green and glorious parks. read more »
Across the United States, and really the whole world, there are aquariums with all sorts of amazing exhibits that capture the imagination and educate us on the beauties and wonders of aquatic life. Whether you're fascinated by coral, sharks, or colorful tropical fish you can be sure to see and learn amazing things at the world's aquariums.
The graphic below shares some facts and figures about some of the accredited aquariums in the world, as well as highlights of some of the most famous aquariums in the US and abroad. In the comments, share with us one of your favorite aquarium adventures!
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The first Disney property I ever stayed at was the Disneyland Hotel
. It was also the property we chose when we took our three-year-old niece on her first trip to Disneyland
in 2002. We have tons of photos of her at the hotel — smiling in front of the statue of Mickey Mouse, riding the elevators (she was living in a town that didn’t have many such fancy contraptions, so, for her, this was as much fun as Disneyland itself), splashing around in the Neverland pool, and, of course, eating lots of meals at Goofy’s Kitchen. read more »
Open since 2009, the High Line park in New York
is built on an abandoned old elevated railway, 30 feet above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. Freight trains ran here from 1934 to 1980, but in the years after the High Line railway closed, the tracks and the black steel structure that supported them were considered an eyesore and slated for demolition. read more »