Valet In Echo Park Echo Park is a district of Los Angeles along Glendale Boulevard about a mile north of Westlake. The district is centered around Echo Park, which features an idyllic lake that is surrounded by palm trees and lotuses, in the middle of which is a little island that can be reached by […]

Washington Monument Washington, D.C. (or the District of Columbia) is both an administrative district and the capital city of the world’s most powerful nation.[1] It sits at a bend in the Potomac River on a 68 square-mile site that was once marshy lowland, but now reclaimed and laid out[2] according to the 18th century design […]

Shark Ohio has often been described as the cradle of Americana, and rightly so. Of all of the 50 states, Ohio is perhaps the best microcosm of the United States. It is the birthplace of eight U.S. presidents, and has given the country other notables like the fathers of aviation, Orville and Wilbur Wright, light […]

Griffith Observatory Griffith Park is a 4,000 acre wilderness park in the city of Los Angeles, originally donated to the city by Colonel Griffith J. Griffith in 1896 to avoid paying taxes on it. He probably had no idea how much his gift would be enjoyed. Griffith Park is essentially a playground for more than […]

UCLA vs Notre Dame The UCLA campus sits north of Westwood Village on a 419-acre area. The university was founded in 1882 in downtown Los Angeles, but moved to the Westwood site in 1925 not long after becoming an accredited state school. Early campus planners were inspired by the hillside setting and the Southern California […]

field storm Kansas may well be forever linked to its famous, albeit fictional, tornado which blew Dorothy’s house all way to the Land of Oz. There is nothing fictional, however, about the more than 50 tornados this state suffers through every year. Few other states experience as many tornadoes. On the other hand, Kansas is […]

Exposition Park is located in Downtown Los Angeles close to the Los Angeles Convention Center. The 125 acre Exposition Park remains one of the city’s leading sports and cultural centers, a district where various event venues and museums are concentrated. For the longest time, Exposition Park has played this public role as a place where […]

Boycott Rockstar Barstow is located half way between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. With a population around 25,000 – 30,000 residents, it's best described as a small city that caters to the transients from I-15 and I-40 traffic. There are a number of motels and 2 star hotels; and tons of fast food chain restaurants, […]

888 = August 8, 2008, 8-8-8, 8/8/8, 8.8.8, 08.08.08, 08082008 or 080808 – morning, Chicago Loop – H Illinois is the heartland of America’s mid-west and one of the more easily accessible of the states. It stretches from Lake Michigan in its northeast corner all the way to the Mississippi River in its southwest corner, […]

Caltrans Ama 3 Civic Center is marked by City Hall’s magnificent white pillar and is the seat of the city and county government. Various state and federal agencies occupy the space of this center. It is bounded east and west by San Pedro and Figueroa Street, respectively, and in the south and north by First […]


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