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In Atlanta, one of the nation’s largest industrial, financial, and educational centers and the capital of Georgia, you will want to see the state capital; the Atlanta History Center, which includes Mcelreath Hall, Swan House, and Tullie Smith House; the Carter Presidential Library; Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University; Fernbank Museum of Natural History, the southeast’s largest museum of natural history; and the Dekalb Farmer’s Market where you may sample delicacies of more than 30 countries. On famous Peachtree Street are the architectural landmarks - Peachtree Center and the Westin Peachtree Plaza. Woodruff Arts Center, an outstanding setting for opera, symphony, ballet, and repertory companies as well as the high museum of art are also located on Peachtree Street. See the hands-on Scitrek Museum, the restored Fox Theatre, the World of Coca-Cola Museum, and the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
A car or bus route is outlined to scenes associated with the late Dr. Martin Luther King - his church, his home, Morehouse College, and his grave. For variety, tour the CNN studios, shop and be entertained at underground Atlanta, or see the Cyclorama, a Diorama depicting the civil war battle of Atlanta. Off 1-20 West at Six Flags Drive is Six Flags Over Georgia, with rides, shows, and the Georgia cyclone roller coaster.




Anaheim

Overview
Anaheim is the home of Disneyland, where the original Magic Kingdom’s eight theme "land" cast their spell with adventure rides, parades, worlds of make-believe, and live entertainment.
You can still order up some of Cordelia Knott’s famous fried chicken and Boysenberry Pie here, too.
Other nearby attractions include the Movieland Wax Museum and Medieval Times.

 




Washington DC

The White House in Washington D.C.Visiting the District of Columbia
Washington D.C. is at its finest in the spring when the cherry blossoms around the tidal basin delicately framing the Washington and Jefferson memorials. Spring ignites the city’s flower gardens and covers the parks with a green carpet.
There’s something exciting about visiting the Nation’s Capital. Here you may watch the leaders of the government in action, as they deliberate and determine the future course of the Nation.
One of the best things about a D.C. vacation is that nearly everything is free. Parking space is at a premium, though, so it's best to leave your car at your motel and travel by tour mobile or subway.
Because there is so much to see, you may want to set priorities; otherwise, you may be overwhelmed by the numerous sites and activities competing for your time. Some visitors choose a potpourri of places to visit, while others concentrate on a special interest. If you can't pass a museum without entering, you'll want to make the Smithsonian Institution your first stop. The numerous memorials to the country’s leaders will draw other visitors. Art lovers could spend days in the city’s fabulous art galleries.
Families on their first visit to the capital usually opt for tours of the major government buildings. Not to be missed are the Capitol, which dominates the city from Capitol Hill; the White House - home of the President, the Supreme Court Building, where the country’s highest court holds its sessions; and the National Archives, repository for the original Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.
Vying for your attention will be the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts; Ford’s Theatre, where Lincoln was shot; the Washington National Cathedral; and the National Zoo. Nearby Virginia will lure you with Arlington National Cemetery, where John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert are buried; and Mount Vemon, beloved home of George Washington.
You'll want to visit Washington again and again, not just because it's one of the world’s most beautiful cities, but because it's a part of you.


Overview
This beautiful, cosmopolitan city nestled at the foot of the magnificent coast mountains on the strait of Georgia is the busiest port on the west coast of the Americas. Provincial parks in the mountains offer sight-seeing and outdoor sports, especially skiing. Among the myriad of city sights are the Vancouver Maritime and Art Museums; fascinating Chinatown; Gastown with its Steam Clock; the Capilano Suspension Bridge; and the unique Canada Place Convention Center and Cruise Ship Dock. Take an eight – hour round trip on the Royal Hudson Steam Train .



Toronto

Overview
Center of commerce and industry, Toronto has played a dominant role in upper Canada (Ontario's original name ) for more than a century. The CN Tower offers splendid views of the city as well as a revolving restaurant. The art gallery of Ontario is in a striking building with 15 great galleries to house its treasures. Harbour Front is a redeveloped section of the waterfront with playground, restaurants, craft studios, theatres, boutiques, and an antique market
from the ferry terminal take a 10-minute boat ride to the Toronto islands, a four-mile strip of connected islands with beaches, tennis courts, bicycle and canoe rentals, and a children's farm.
Eaton Centre is a modern shopping complex with some 300 stores and restaurants housed in a glass-domed galleria. Metro Toronto Zoo is a large theme park featuring thrill rides, shows and an aquarium; and the sky dome, where the Blue Jays and the Argos play; and in nearby Milton, the Ontario Agricultural Museum.



San Francisco

Overview
Palace of Fine Arts in San FranciscoA city of 14 hills, cable cars, and views of the Blue Bay, the Pacific Gateway to America is noted for Chinatown, the Embarcadero and Fisherman's Wharf. Other attractions are the Civic Centre, the Opera House where the United Nations was born in 1945, and Telegraph Hill and its Coit Tower, complete with excellent wall murals. The Wells Fargo Historical Museum contains Gold-Rush-Era items.
the old Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory has been remodeled into Ghirardelli Square, a modern shopping and entertainment complex, pier 39 offers entertainment, shopping, and the San Francisco experience. The Cannery Shopping Center is in a remodeled fruit cannery

Candlestick Park is home to the 49DRS (foot ball) and the Giants (baseball).
the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bat Bridge remain landmarks of the city.
Golden Gate Park, with a wide variety of recreational and cultural facilities, is considered one of the world's most beautiful parks. Another scenic treasure is the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which contains most of the shoreline of San Francisco, as well as Alcatraz Island, once a famous prison. Excursion boats to the island leave from Fisherman's Wharf.




San Diego

Overview
At the foot of Broadway, Naval Open Houses and the 100-year-old star of India Windjammer are intriguing. Mission Bay is an artificial strand. Sea World is a marine showplace. Balboa Park offers a complex of museums, including the Fine Arts Gallery, the Museum of Man, the Natural History Museum, and the Aerospace Museum. The San Diego Zoo is one of the world's greatest. Old Globe Theatre offers Shakespearean and contemporary drama. Old San Diego dates to 1769 and includes many Spanish period buildings. The Junipero Serra Museum tells the story of the Spanish missions. Cabrillo National Monument marks the spot where Juan Cabrillo landed on Point Loma in 1542. Seaport village is a waterfront shopping and dining complex, re-creating the atmosphere of California in the 1800s. Harbor cruises provide a view of the skyline, navy installations, and ships. Tour boats depart from the foot of Broadway at Harbor Drive. San Diego is home to the Padres (baseball), the Chargers (football), and the Sochers (soccer).






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