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The Salton Sea was once a renowned resort area, due to the unique scenery and supposed therapeutic qualities of the lake’s water. Now it is one of California's biggest environmental challenges.
Salvation Mountain is a perfect excursion during your travel to the California desert if you are craving a massive pop of whimsy and color.
An hour’s drive east of Palm Springs and the “Other Desert Cities,” lies Slab City, center of a million different “-isms” for those who seek refuge from an America of which they want zero part.
The launching point for travel through what is described as the “Ethiopian Riviera,” Bahir Dar is often the first stop for exploring the country’s Northern Region.
St. George Cathedral in Addis Ababa is a staunch and vibrant reminder of the presence the Orthodox church has in the Ethiopia’s daily life.
Ethiopia’s National Museum is most famous for showcasing the bones of “Lucy,” whose ripe old age as it stands is about 3.2 million years old, and is an enduring lesson on evolution.
Need a break from Fresno? The best place to start is by going to Woodward Park and finding your way to the Lewis S. Eaton Trail.
Located a short drive east of Visalia and on the outskirts of Exeter, the Kaweah Oaks Preserve is the one of the last remaining oak riparian forests in the San Joaquin Valley.
St. Raguel Church in Entoto, a short drive outside of Addis Ababa, is well worth making the time during your travel within Ethiopia. Don't miss the interior paintings!
San Martín de Los Andes is a fantastic place to start your journey in Argentina, whether your heading far south into Patagonia or up north towards Buenos Aires.
From a single illuminated tree in 1920 has sprung Christmas Tree Lane, a two-mile stream of Christmas lights and displays that are a highlight of Fresno this time of year.
Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Fasiladas’ Palace and the surrounding imperial buildings are the main draw to Gondar, 450 miles north of Addis Ababa.