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The Most Popular Tourist Attractions in All 50 States, According to TripAdvisor
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- Suggested by Bookstore Owner in Yuma - Raton Pass and Albuquerque Pueblo
- The Rock Shed - 515 1st S., Keystone, SD, Tel: 605-666-4813, www.therockshed.com
- Old Town Artisans - 201 N Court, Ave., Tucson, AZ, Tel. 520-256-1767
- Tolteca Tlacuilo - 186 N. Meyer Ave., Tucson, AZ, Tel. 520-623-5787
- La Zia Native Arts - 201 N. Courte Ave., Tucson, AZ, Tel 520-670-0099
- Cactus Mart - 49889 29 Palms Hwy. (Highway 62), Morongo Valley, CA, www.cactusmart.net
- Bandana Books - Yuma, AZ
- The Price Collection of Cut Coin Jewelry - Custer, SD
- Fireworks Supermarket - Blountville, TN, www.fireworkssupermarket.com
- Suggested by Kirsys: Stephen Fry In America - Episode 01 (New World)
- Giordano's - Chicago, IL
- Firehouse Brewing Co., Rapid City, SD - Buffalo Burgers
- Majerles Sports Grill - Flagstaff, AZ
- Wall Drug, Wall SD - Five Cent Coffee
- Dog Haus - Flagstaff, AZ
- Dunkin Donuts - Flagstaff, AZ
- Krispy Kreme - San Diego, CA
- Best Western View of Lake Powell Hotel - Page, AZ
- Foothills Inn - Rapid City, SD (For next time)
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- Niagara Falls, Canada
- Niagara Falls, USA
- Denver, CO
- Dallas, TX
- New Hampshire
- Rhode Island
- Arkansas - flat, farmland
- Kentucky - pointy hills
- Missouri - rolling hills
- Ohio - flat, farmland, corn fields
- Detroit - urban decline
- South Dakota - corn, cattle flat land, deer (west SD lots of deer)
- Colorado - rocky mountains, evergreen, deer, elk
- Wyoming - scrub brush. Tetons - rocky, pointy, sharp mountains, country music
- Montana - mountains, evergreen, cattle, horses, ranches, hay, country music
- Idaho - northern Idaho - windy roads, hilly
- Washington - eastern Washington, flat grassland, prairie, cattle, agriculture, mid Washington windy, arid, scrub brush, west Washington - evergreen, mountainous, snow-capped mountains, Coast hilly
- Name is derived from a Potawatomi Indian word meaning "wild onion" or "skunk."
- With a population of 2.8 million people, Chicago is the third largest city in the U.S., behind New York City (1) and Los Angeles (2).
- The Sears tower, now called Willis tower, is the tallest building in Chicago (and the U.S.) standing at 108-stories 1,450 feet (442 m).
- The second-, third- and fourth-tallest buildings in Chicago are the Trump International Hotel & Tower, the Aon Center and the John Hancock Center, respectively.
- Butte, MT - Headframe or Gallows Frame or Winding Tower is the structural frame above an underground mine shaft.
- Nevada - wide desert, sand and rock, scrub brush, mountains
- Utah - red plateaus, hills, canyon walls, arches, spires, balanced rock. Evergreen trees, bushes, sage, grass. Deep blue sky
- New Orleans
- Minnesota - Mary Tyler Moore, Auston spam, Darwin ball of twine, Brainered Paul Bunyan and Green Giant.
- San Diego - Coronado Island, big hotel rumored to be haunted. Park off the island and walk over the long bridge.
- San Diego - Crazy abstract colorful mall down town. Take pictures and get lost.
- Somewhere in AZ - prisoners' grave yard. Somewhere between Yuma and Phoenix on the main highway.
- Northern AZ - Crater, middle of nowhere
- northern AZ - Indian Castle Ruins. Pick up pamphlet off the main highway.
- In New York do not ever go over the GW bridge! ever!! Five words to remember "Take the Tappan Zee Bridge."
- The Hard Rock Cafe brochure with locations map can serve as a basis for any cross-country U.S. road trip. Hard Rock has already done all the leg work to find cities in great areas. Pick the locations you would like to visit and then connect the dots.
- Need inspiration for things to do? TripAdvisor is a good resource for ideas on things to do.
- For traveling as a pair consider opening a joint bank account for trip expenses.