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The U.S. is a country of 50 states covering a vast swath of North America, with Alaska in the extreme Northwest and Hawaii extending the nation’s presence into the Pacific Ocean. Major cities include New York, a global finance and culture center, and Washington, DC, the capital, both on the Atlantic Coast; Los Angeles, famed for filmmaking, on the Pacific Coast; and the Midwestern metropolis Chicago.

9/11 Memorial and Museum

9/11 became a phrase the entire world would associate with terrorism. Attacks on the USA and caused horrific loss of life in New York City and Washington, D.C. which changed how the entire world operates.  I frequent New York City and have have the...
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Downtown and Midtown Atlanta

Most travelers usually only see the inside of the ATL airport. Frequent fliers [especially] have a love/hate relationship with the airport because of the sheer volume of people and overpriced food. In reality,  Atlanta is actually pretty awesome!...
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Sunset in Sarasota

I grew up in Florida and thus, it holds a special place in my heart.  Once you learn to accept the humidity and bugs you begin to see the beauty of this interesting state.  We brag to our northern friends about walking on the beach in shorts...
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Downtown Los Angeles

I had been doing work with a company in Los Angeles - Why not move here, right?  I started off the new year in a new city, one filled with tons of new opportunities and lots of headaches too. To date, I still can't figure out how people watch...
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Downtown Indianapolis

I grew up in Florida; I think 60 degrees (15C) is freezing cold.  Why I moved to the Midwest for my career has always perplexed me, however I found some really cool places to visit when it wasn't snowing in Indiana.  Monument circle is [almost] the...
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Exploring Centralia Pennsylvania

Centralia Pennsylvania is one of my less glorious destinations, but one of the most interesting ones.  I spent the day exploring a ghost town - a town that ceased to exist almost overnight due to a massive underground mine fire. The fire started...
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Snowman in Times Square

If you know me personally, you know that New York City has always had special place in my heart. I have visited the city hundreds of times over the past decade for work and for play.  I am an expert a navigating Manhattan and seamlessly blending in...
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