The Wave rock formation looks like a huge, pastel-striped ocean wave plopped into the middle of the desert wilderness along the Arizona-Utah border.
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Siesta Key, Florida is well-known for its sun-drenched beaches, but it’s also a family-friendly fishing paradise.
The cobblers, butchers, bakers, minister and jailbirds may be gone, but the big kitchen and hanging beds that served them are still intact.
Dive into the underwater world of Epcot’s Living Seas at Walt Disney World.
This charming city on the outskirts of the Texas skyscrapers offers fun for the whole family.
Volcanic chimneys and lava caves make this American National Monument more than just a barren landscape.
Texas natives celebrate the classy-meets-tacky nature of their historic big city.
San Antonio has traded in its spurs and chaps for a tight pair of jeans and stylish walking shoes.
The Big Texan Steak Ranch epitomizes the “bigger is better” spirit that Texas is famous for.
Riding the rails down America’s western coast makes for an unforgettable experience.
While visiting the Cascade Range Mountains in Washington state, I met Mount St. Helens’ unpredictable nature up close.
Famous scout, soldier and storyteller, Buffalo Bill still has a hold over this historic Wyoming town.