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Disneyland Resort first opened its doors on July 17, 1955. Since then it has continued to grow, and millions have come to discover the “happiest place on Earth” and all it has to offer. The graphic below will take you through the events of Disneyland’s grand opening all the way up to events as recent as the reopening of Star Tours in 2011.
It has been said that many people spend more time planning their vacations than practically any other aspect of their lives. With today’s economic conditions, the need to fully develop a plan of attack for one’s next getaway seems perfectly reasonable. Here are ten options one might choose from when sightseeing in New York.
If you're planning on making a trip to San Francisco, one thing you have to take the time to do is to ride their world famous cable cars. But did you ever wonder how they work or how they ever got started? Read the information below and you’ll learn a ton about the San Francisco cable cars: how they work, how fast they go, why they were built, and more!
The year 2011 marks the 35th anniversary of the completion of the CN Tower in Toronto. So before you head to Toronto, below are some really interesting facts and other tidbits to help you get to know the tallest structure in the Western Hemisphere better. As you’ll see, the CN Tower is an amazing structure!
Thinking of taking a vacation to the Big Apple or the Windy City? Compare their unique qualities while you consider the different things to do in New York and places to visit in Chicago with a little help from the graphic below.
Did you ever wonder what the different parts of the Statue of Liberty represent? Did you know that in high winds Lady Liberty’s torch can sway up to 5 inches? Want to take a guess at how many steps it takes to climb to the crown? Find out everything you ever wanted to know about this famous New York attraction below.