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Las Vegas is famous for its lavish shows, the opulent hotels, huge swimming pools, and the new generation of theme resorts with motifs such as Medieval Europe, Caribbean Pirates, Ancient Egypt, and the Wizard of Oz. On Fremont Street neon lights flash, the bank of gambling machines jingle, and the games go on without ceasing.

This glittering town had its origins in a camping ground on the Old Spanish Trail. You can get a glimpse of yesterday at old Las Vegas Mormon Fort, a refurbished 1850s fort containing antiques and displays on local history. The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, has a Museum of Natural History, an art gallery, and a mineral collection in the Geoscience Building. The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is a spectacular region of steep canyons and sandstone formations with a 13-mile scenic drive.

Children enjoy Wet ‘n’ Wild water-theme parks, Discovery Children’s Museum, Southern Nevada Zoological Park, Bonnie Springs Old Nevada, and Guinness World of Records.


Revel in the exotic memorabilia at the Liberace Museum. View the Imperial Palace auto collection of 200 classic autos. The famous Las Vegas Strip is lined with opulent hotels and casinos where you can catch a lavish show or try your luck at craps, blackjack, or slot machines. This is a city of excess - the new MGM Grand, with its 5,000 rooms, is the largest hotel in the world. Apart from the games that never cease, championship golf courses abound.

Nearby Hoover Dam and Lake Mead are two sights that shouldn't be missed during your trip to Vegas.






Dallas
Dallas
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Dallas is known to Texans as "Big D" because of its financial, cultural, and commercial prestige. It is also the home of the Texas State Fair, largest of all state fairs, held on a novel version of the Traditional Country Fairground. Fair Park is a year-round attraction. Here is the Texas Hall of State, with exhibits on state history. Adjoining the hall are the major Dallas museum buildings: The Museum of Natural History, The Age of Steam Railroad Museum, The Aquarium, The Civil Garden Center, Science Place, The Cotton Bowl, and The African-American Museum.
Noted for its fashion industry and smart shops, Dallas is famous for the Museum of Fashion at the International Apparel Mart. Old City Park has historical buildings, authentically restored. See the view from Reunion Tower. The Dallas Symphony performs in Meyerson Center. A Granite Market shows the spot at Houston and main streets where President Kennedy was assassinated; nearby is John F. Kennedy Plaza, with a memorial monument set in the landscaped clearing. The "Sixth Floor Exhibit" in the former school book depository building examines the life, death, and legacy of John F. Kennedy.
Visitors enjoy the Zoo and the Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Just east of Dallas, the Mesquite Championship Rodeo is held every weekend, April through September. Also in the area, along the Terrell Airport, is the Silent Wings Museum, dedicated to gliders and glider pilots of World War II.




Chicago

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Chicago RiverThe first skyscrapers were built in Chicago, and many of the most striking examples are found here. Sears Tower is one of the tallest buildings in the world, and the John Hancock Center and the Amoco Building rival it in height. Chicago is also distinguished by its symphony, its lyric opera, and outstanding museums. Both the Chicago Campus of Northwestern University and the University of Chicago, with its Oriental Institute and Rockefeller Chapel and Carillon, are memorable to visitors. The University of Illinois at Chicago is notable as well and contains the original hull house of humanitarian Jane Adams. Garfield Park Conservatory, The Lincoln Park Zoo and Conservatory, Buckingham Fountain, and a remarkable assortment of theatres, ethnic restaurants, and blues and jazz clubs are other good reasons for Chicago’s popularity with visitors. There is a visitor center at the historic water tower on North Michigan Avenue, a wide boulevard called the Magnificent Mile known for its elegant shops and galleries. Sight-seeing boats depart from various locations offering superb views of the city along the Lake Michigan shoreline and the river. Take an architectural tour to view the creations of Chicago’s many famous architects.




Boston

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New England’s major port, Boston began with John Winthrop and his colonists in 1630, and it has been the capital of Massachusetts since 1632. Follow the freedom trail through Boston’s historic streets. Near the Old State House, British soldiers fired into a mob, resulting in the Boston massacre. A memorial circle of cobblestones marks the spot. Some tea was saved from the "Boston Tea Party", and is on exhibit in the Old State House. Visitors to Boston find reminders of the revolution at every hand. The U.S.A. Constitution is docked at the U.S. Naval shipyard in Charleston. At Quincy Market, adjacent to Faneuil Hall, are three buildings housing a festive shopping, dining, and entertainment complex.
BostonBoston is renowned for its schools, libraries, and museums. The Museum of Fine Arts is world-renowned for its Asiatic, Egyptian, Classical, European, and American paintings and sculptures.
The Museum of Science has exhibits and offers daily omni theatre and planetarium shows. The New England Aquarium offers various marine-life exhibits and a giant ocean tank. The Franklin Park Zoo has natural habitats, and the Arnold Arboretum has 7,000 varieties of trees and shrubs.
Bostonians enjoy watching the "Red Sox" play at Fenway Park and the Boston Bruins and the Boston Celtics in the Fleet Center. For a fine panorama of the whole area, visit the Prudential Tower Skywalk or the John Hancock Observatory.




Quebec

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Walled French City and capital of the Quebec Province, Quebec City is divided into the upper and lower towns. Visitors tour this colorful city on foot, by bus, or in sight-seeing carriages. As cities go, Old Quebec is not large, and a walker can easily see such famed places as the Chateau Frontecnac, The Duffercin Terrace, The Ursuline Convent on Rue Du Parloir, The Cathedral on the Rue Des Jardins, The Basilica on the Buade, and the Quebec Seminary on Te Cote De La Fabrique. High on a promontory is the citadel, built in the early 19 th century, and the place where Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt conferred during world war II. French and English speaking guides show tourists through the massive fortification. The "Changing of the Guard" ceremony takes place each morning during the summer.
A replica of Cartier's Flagship, La Grande Hermine, is anchored here and open to visitors. The Quebee area is as noted for winter sports as it is for summer vacations, and the city's winter carnival, held each year during two weeks in February, is perhaps the foremost winter sports and entertainment festival on the North American continent.



Orlando

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Enjoy tours of Florida's Lake and Citrus Land, view the stars at Orlando's Planetarium, and admire the gardens of Lake Eola Park. Church Street Station is Orlando's historic downtown, which has been developed as a shopping and entertainment complex. Sea World of Florida features killer whale and dolphin shows, a sea lion and otter show, a penguin habitat, a shark aquarium with a walk-through tunnel, and a water-ski show. Universal Studios, Florida has sound stages where movies and TV shows are produced. View movie sets, special effects, live shows, films, rides, themed restaurants. Also see Leu Botanical Gardens, the museums in Lock Haven Park, and Mystery Fun House.



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