Tag Archives: US Travel

V is for Vegas

Ok, technically it’s Las Vegas, but no one calls it that.  Everyone just says “Vegas” so I am too. I’m not really a big gambler.  I’m not much of a risk-taker, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t want to … Continue reading

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U is for Universal Studios

I love theme parks, and I have always wanted to go to Universal Studios (Orlando), but I will admit that my desire to go turned into an obsessive need to go when the Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened.  The … Continue reading

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T is for Texas

Ok, I know… big state.  If I had to pick someplace in Texas where I would like to go, I think I would probably pick San Antonio.  My parents went there several years ago, and said it was beautiful.  They … Continue reading

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S is for… Smithsonian AND Savannah, Georgia

I couldn’t decide!  So, I picked both! First, the Smithsonian.  America’s museum.  I’m getting my Master’s in Public History… you know, museums and archives.  It’s no-brainer why I want to go to the Smithsonian.  Nineteen museums, nine research centers, and a … Continue reading

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R is for Rocky Mountains

I know what you’re thinking… geographically, this is a huge area to cover.  The thing is, I really don’t know that I care what part of the Rocky Mountains I see, I just want to see them.  When I went … Continue reading

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N is for New York

The Big Apple.  I’ve been there twice.  The first time, I was a sophomore in high school, and I went with my high school orchestra.  We had been invited to play at Carnegie Hall!  I remember when we first got … Continue reading

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M is for Mount Rushmore

Maybe its my love for history, but I really want to see Mount Rushmore.  I know this isn’t necessarily a historical place, but it seems like a history lovers kind of place.  The faces of some of the most influential Americans … Continue reading

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