Denver: one of the most modern and vibrant American cities

The city of Denver has a recent origin, it was founded in the mid-nineteenth century in full gold rush. The first name of the city was that of Auraria, a name given to it because of the gold deposits discovered ...

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Route 66: itinerary along the most famous road in America

Route 66 is one of the most famous tourist routes in the United States of America, some sections of this mythical road have been declared National Scenic Byway, the road is a sort of national monument for lovers of two ...

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Las Vegas: the gambling capital of United States

Las Vegas, the main city of Nevada, is also the gambling capital of the United States. It is a city born out of nothing, in the middle of the desert, at the end of the 19th century. Its foundation was ...

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Itinerary in Colorado and Wyoming: The Rocky Mountains

The Colorado and Wyoming itinerary described here is a circular itinerary that starts and ends in Denver. This itinerary allows you to visit in a minimum time of 14 nights some of the most beautiful national parks in Colorado, Utah ...

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Itinerary in California: cities, coast and parks

The itinerary in California described here is a circular itinerary that starts and arrives in San Francisco, it allows the visit in a minimum of 12 nights of some of the most beautiful national parks and the two most important ...

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Itinerary in Arizona and Utah: the best of American parks

The itinerary described here is a circular itinerary that starts and arrives in Las Vegas (Nevada), it allows the visit in a minimum of 11 nights of some of the most beautiful national parks of Arizona and Utah. The total ...

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Zion National Park: Travel to American Parks 7

<—- THE BRYCE CANYON Day 9: Bryce Canyon National Park-Zion National Park-Las Vegas May 9 We leave early in the morning and after a few miles from Bryce Canyon we stop to admire the spectacle of the Red Canyon and ...

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Bryce Canyon: Trip to American Parks 6

<—- FROM MOAB TO BRYCE CANYON Day 8: Bryce Canyon National Park May 8 The alarm clock was at 6.30 this morning! I’m so sleepy! We go to breakfast at 7 and then drive to Sunset Point to start our ...

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The Capitol Reef: Journey to American Parks 5

<—- MOAB: THE PARK OF THE ARCHES AND THE CANYONLANDS Day 7: Moab-Capitol Reef-Bryce Canyon National Park May 7 This morning we left at 8 for Bryce Canyon. We are traveling on Interstate 70, as we move away from Moab ...

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Arches and Canyonlands: Journey to American Parks 4

<—- FROM THE MONUMENT VALLEY TO MOAB Day 6: Moab (Arches National Park, Dead Horse Point, Canyonlands and Castle Valley) May 6 Arches National Park We leave at 8.30 from our Ramada Inn hotel. Today’s first stop is Arches National ...

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The Natural Bridges: Trip to American Parks 3

<—- FROM THE PETRIFIED FOREST TO THE MONUMENT VALLEY Day 5: Kayenta (Monument Valley) -Natural Bridges-Canyonlands National Park-Moab May 5 Today we traveled 320 miles from Kayenta to Moab. Via Natural Bridges National Monument and Canyonlands (The Needles) National Park. ...

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Trip to American Parks 2: Monument Valley

<—- FROM LAS VEGAS TO THE GRAND CANYON Day 3: Grand Canyon National Park- Meteor Crater-Petrified Forest National Park-Holbrook (Petrified Forest National Park) May 3 Trip to American Parks. We get up around 7 and after breakfast, around 8.30 we ...

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Travel to American parks: Arizona and Utah 1

The itinerary we made on this travel to American parks was circular. We left Las Vegas, continuing on to the Grand Canyon N.P. (via Hoover Dam), Meteor Crater, Petrified Forest N.P., Canyon de Chelly, Monument Valley, Mexican Hat, Goosenecks of ...

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Rainbow Bridge: a large natural arch

The Rainbow Bridge National Monument is located near the shores of Lake Powell in Utah. The town closest to this natural arch is that of Page in Arizona. Page can be used as a base for visiting many interesting places ...

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The climate of Arches National Park: when to go

The area of the Arches National Park is part of the Colorado Plateau, it is an area with a high altitude desert climate, with large changes in temperature between day and night and between the various seasons of the year. ...

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The attractions of the Arches National Park: what to see

The Arches National Park is a park full of attractions. For his visit, at least a full day is recommended, there are many things to see and numerous paths, of all durations, to be covered. There are many scenic spots, ...

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Arches National Park: the park of natural arches

In the surroundings of the town of Moab, in eastern Utah not far from the border with the state of Colorado, there are some of the most beautiful parks in Utah, one of these is undoubtedly the Arches National Park. ...

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Saguaro National Park: the cactus park in Arizona

Saguaro National Park is located in southeastern Arizona. The park is divided into two sections that are located 20 miles (32 km) east and 15 miles (24 km) west of the city of Tucson in Arizona, respectively. The park, as ...

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The Petrified Forest National Park of Arizona

Petrified Forest National Park is an Arizona park located in the central-eastern desert part of the state, about 20 miles east of the town of Holbrook, near the border with New Mexico. The park extends over a desert area of ...

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The tourist attractions of the Canyon de Chelly: what to see

Canyon de Chelly can be visited with your own car along two roads, North and South Rim Drives, of approximately 35 miles each. These roads pass along the edges of the two canyons and allow visiting the main attractions of ...

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Monument Valley: the Far West is here …

Monument Valley is one of the symbols of the American far-west. Crossed by the US 163, it is located along the border between Arizona and Utah and is part of the Navajos Indian reserve. The name in the Navajo language ...

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United States power plugs and sockets, telephones

This page contains useful information to know before leaving for a trip to the United States. What are the power plugs and sockets used in the United States. The necessary travel documents are indicated. What kind of mobile phones work ...

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Saint Pierre and Miquelon power plugs, telephones

SAINT PIERRE AND MIQUELON: DOCUMENTS Documents: To enter the islands of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon you need to have your valid passport. A personal passport is also mandatory for children and minors. For the documents needed to travel to Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon we always recommend ...

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The climate of Yucatan: when to go to Yucatan

The Yucatan peninsula is a karst peninsula located in the southeastern part of Mexico. Due to its karst nature, the terrain of the Yucatan is largely free of surface rivers. While there are numerous underground rivers, whose entrances are made ...

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Mexico power plugs and sockets, telephones

MEXICO: DOCUMENTS Documents: To enter Mexico, the European citizen must present a passport that is valid for at least three months when entering the country. A personal passport is also mandatory for children and minors. Visa: not necessary for tourist ...

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The climate of Niagara Falls: when to go to Niagara

The climate of the Niagara Falls area is an humid continental type characterized by cold and harsh winters, mild summers and rainfall well distributed throughout the year. The winter temperatures are cold and in January, which is the coldest month ...

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Niagara Falls: America’s natural wonder

Niagara Falls, one of the natural wonders of North America. These waterfalls are located in the northwestern part of the state of New York, about 30 km northwest of the city of Buffalo, and are divided between Canada and the ...

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Canada power plugs and sockets, telephones

CANADA: DOCUMENTS Documents: For the European citizen, a passport is required to enter Canada. A personal passport is also mandatory for children and minors. In addition, the electronic travel authorization (eTA) must be requested online. It is an electronic visa ...

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Bermuda power plugs and sockets, telephones

BERMUDA: DOCUMENTS Documents: To enter the Bermuda islands, the European tourist must have a passport with a residual validity of at least six months. A personal passport – always with the same minimum residual validity of at least six months ...

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The place of silence: the Doubtful Sound

Vegetation, Doubtful Sound, New Zealand. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

The experience of a cruise in the Doubtful Sound is probably one of the most indelible memories of a trip to the South Island of New Zealand. The Doubtful Sound is a fjord over 40 km long, which with its ...

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