24-Day Self-Driving Tour To The Wild West Triptoto
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  • USS Arizona Memorial

  • Waikiki Beach

    Waikiki is a beachfront neighborhood of Honolulu, on the south shore of the island of Oʻahu, in Hawaii. Waikiki's most famous for Waikiki Beach, but it is just one of five beaches in the district, the other four being Kuhio Beach, Gray's Beach, Fort DeRussy Beach and Kahanamoku Beach.

  • Diamond Head State Monument

    Diamond Head State Monument offers breathtaking views overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Honolulu. In fact the view is so good, it was used by the US military as a post for preventing attacks against Honolulu.

    The trail takes you to the edge of a 300,000 year old crater. While the hike isn’t that long in terms of distance, it can be somewhat challenging due to its ascent. Parts of the trail are over uneven rock, and the 99 steps near the end of the hike are steep. Also, the only water fountains are at the beginning of the trail, so you’ll want to bring a water bottle or bottled water to stay hydrated.

  • Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve

    Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, one of the most spectacular natural resources in Hawaii, is reaping the benefits of over a decade of moves to re-establish its pristine marine ecosystem. Recognizing the damage done by years of neglect and abuse by allowing some three million visitors annually, the City and County of Honolulu in 1990 laid out a plan to restore Hanauma to a clean, healthy state by reducing the number of visitors, establishing an education program, and instituting supportive restrictions.

    Probably the most popular snorkelling destination on the island as the coral rocks are inhabited with rich variety of fish.

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  • Pacific Skydiving Center

    A tandem jump with Pacific Skydiving is the safest way to experience skydiving over the beautiful North Shore of Oahu Hawaii.

  • Sunset Beach (Oahu)

    Sunset Beach is on the North Shore of Oahu in Hawaii and known for big wave surfing during the winter season. The original Hawaiian name for this place is Paumalū. It was home to the Duke Kahanamoku Invitational surfing competition until 1985. The Quiksilver Big Wave Invitational in honor of Eddie Aikau started at Sunset Beach in 1984. Today Sunset Beach is home to the prestigious Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, which is part of the World Cup of Surfing. It also holds contests such as the Pipe Masters and a stop on the WSL Championship Tour.

    Like many beaches on Oahu's North Shore, Sunset Beach is considered dangerous for inexperienced surfers, due to extensive coral formations near the surface that present the risk of serious injury. Conditions for swimming change depending on the particular location and season. Generally speaking, the water is flat as a lake in the summers and has waves in the winters. All the surfing contests take place in the winter around December and January, that being the time of the largest and best waves for surfing. Swimming conditions change from spot to spot along the beach. There is usually a place to swim somewhere, except during stormy weather.

  • Battleship Missouri Memorial

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  • Kualoa Ranch & Zipline

    Kualoa is a 4000-acre private nature reserve and working cattle ranch, as well as a popular tourist attraction and filming location on the windward coast of Oʻahu in Hawaiʻi. It is located about 24 miles from Honolulu, and 32 miles from Haleiwa. The ranch consists of 3 valleys: Kaʻaʻawa Valley, Kualoa Valley, and Hakipu'u Valley. The ranch is located on Hawaii State Route 83 between Kaaawa and Waikane.

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Honolulu San Francisco
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  • Honolulu International Airport (HNL)

    This 4,520-acre Hawaiian transportation hub features the world’s first major offshore runway.

  • San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

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  • Twin Peaks   

    At 922 feet in elevation, Twin Peaks is second only to Mt. Davidson in height, offers spectacular views of the Bay Area, and is a world-famous tourist attraction. Originally called “Los Pechos de la Choca” (Breasts of the Maiden) by early Spanish settlers, these two adjacent peaks provide postcard views and a treasure trove of animal and plant diversity. Most visitors to Twin Peaks drive (or take a tourist bus) to the north peak parking lot to enjoy 180-degree views of the Bay Area.

  • Lombard Street

  • Transamerica Pyramid

  • Powell St. Station

    Located at Powell and Market Streets, this station is centrally located near San Francisco's most popular attractions including the cable cars, Union Square, Yerba Buena Gardens, the Moscone Convention Center and the City's Theatre District.

    Taking Powell-Hyde Cable Car.
  • Chinatown San Francisco

  • Pier 39

  • Fisherman's Wharf

  • Boudin Bakery & Cafe

    Famed for sourdough since 1849, this California bakery/cafe chain also offers light American bites. 

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  • Dunes Beach

    Boasting 4 miles of beaches, this scenic park offers a campground plus fishing & picnic areas. 

  • Pigeon Point Lighthouse

    Pigeon Point Light Station or Pigeon Point Lighthouse is a lighthouse built in 1871 to guide ships on the Pacificcoast of California. It is the tallest lighthouse (tied with Point Arena Light) on the West Coast of the United States. It is still an active Coast Guard aid to navigation. Pigeon Point Light Station is located on the coastal highway (State Route 1), 5 miles (8 km) south of Pescadero, California, between Santa Cruz and San Francisco. The 115-foot (35 m), white masonry tower, resembles the typical New England structure. Because of its location and ready access from the main highway, Pigeon Point entertains a large number of public visitors.

    The lighthouse and the land around have been preserved as Pigeon Point Light Station State Historic Park, a Californiastate park. The lighthouse is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and designated as a California Historical Landmark.

  • Golden Gate Bridge

  • Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

  • Wharf's General Store

    Fisherman's Wharf is a historic wharf in Monterey, California, United States. Used as an active wholesale fish market into the 1960s, the wharf eventually became a tourist attraction as commercial fishing tapered off in the area.

    Fisherman's Wharf is technically known as The Old Fisherman's Wharf, to distinguish it from the current commercial wharf (known as Municipal Wharf #2).

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San Simeon Lodge
Cost: 106 USD    Number of rooms: 1
  • 17 Mile Dr Bay Skyline

    America's famous high-end luxury mansion district in 17 Miles Drive along the line, so we can imagine how beautiful the scenery here! Because expensive villas, beautiful scenery, has become the focus of a tour in California, the car was moved into this segment route charges, pedestrians and bicycles free of charge.

    Primary scenic attractions include Cypress Point, Bird Rock, Point Joe, Pescadero Point, Fanshell Beach & Seal Point. The famous "Witch Tree" landmark, often used as scenic background in movies and television, was formerly at Pescadero Point. The tree was blown down by a storm on January 14, 1964. Pescadero Point is also the site of the Ghost Tree, a landmark Monterey Cypress tree. The tree gives its name to a dangerous extreme surfing location known to have storm waves.Currently, the surf break of Ghost Tree is off limits to surfers and watercraft.

  • Carmel-by-the-Sea

    Carmel-by-the-Sea, often simply referred to as Carmel, is a city in Monterey County, California, United States, founded in 1902 and incorporated on October 31, 1916. Situated on the Monterey Peninsula, Carmel is known for its natural scenery and rich artistic history. In 1906, the San Francisco Call devoted a full page to the "artists, writers and poets at Carmel-by-the-Sea",and in 1910 it reported that 60 percent of Carmel's houses were built by citizens who were "devoting their lives to work connected to the aesthetic arts." Early City Councils were dominated by artists, and the city has had several mayors who were poets or actors, including Herbert Heron, founder of the Forest Theater, bohemian writer and actor Perry Newberry, and actor-director Clint Eastwood.

    The city is known for being dog-friendly, with numerous hotels, restaurants and retail establishments admitting guests with dogs. Carmel is also known for several unusual laws, including a prohibition on wearing high-heel shoes without a permit, enacted to prevent lawsuits arising from tripping accidents caused by irregular pavement.

  • Bixby Creek Bridge

    Bixby Creek Bridge, also known as Bixby Bridge, is a reinforced concrete open-spandrel arch bridge in Big Sur, California. The bridge is located 120 miles south of San Francisco and 13 miles south of Carmel in Monterey County along State Route 1. Prior to the opening of the bridge in 1932, residents of the Big Sur area were virtually cut off during winter due to the often impassable Old Coast Road that led 11 miles inland. At its completion, the bridge was built under budget for $199,861 (equivalent to $3.5 million in 2015) and was the longest concrete arch span at 320 feet on the California State Highway System. It is one of the tallest single-span concrete bridges in the world and one of the most photographed bridges along the Pacific Coast due to its aesthetic design and location.

  • Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park

    1,000-acre state park boasts a wide variety of hiking trails, wildlife, campgrounds & a guest lodge.

  • Big Sur

    Big Sur, described in 1912 as the "greatest meeting of land and water in the world,"is a undeveloped, lightly populated, unincorporated region on California's Central Coast where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise abruptly from the Pacific Ocean. The coast is frequently praised for its rugged coastline and mountain views. As the "longest and most scenic stretch of undeveloped coastline in the continental United States,"it has been described it as a "national treasure that demands extraordinary procedures to protect it from development,"and "one of the most beautiful coastlines anywhere in the world, an isolated stretch of road, mythic in reputation."Big Sur's Cone Peak at 5,155 feet (1,571 m) is only 3 miles (5 km) from the ocean.The stunning views make Big Sur a popular tourist destination.

  • Piedras Blancas Elephant Seal Rookery

    The Piedras Blancas elephant seal rookery spreads over 6 miles of shoreline around Point Piedras Blancas on the central coast of California. The viewing areas are located 90 miles south of Monterey, 5 miles north of Hearst Castle State Historical Monument in San Simeon, 1.5 miles south of Point Piedras Blancas. The viewing areas are open every day of the year, are wheelchair accessible, and free. No reservations required.

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Holiday Inn Express Lompoc
Cost: 150 USD    Number of rooms: 1
  • Hearst Castle

    San Simeon is a town and census-designated place on the Pacific coast of San Luis Obispo County, California. Its position along State Route 1 is approximately halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, each of those cities being roughly 230 miles away. A key feature of the area is Hearst Castle, a hilltop mansion built by William Randolph Hearst in the early 20th century that is now a tourist attraction. 

  • Morro Bay State Park

    Morro Bay State Park features lagoon and natural bay habitat. The bay's most prominent landmark is Morro Rock. The park has opportunities for sailing, fishing, hiking, and bird watching. The park museum has exhibits that cover natural features and cultural history, Native American life, geology, and oceanography. The park also has a colorful marina and an 18-hole public golf course. On the bay's northeast edge is a pristine saltwater marsh that supports a thriving bird population.

  • La Purisima Mission State Historic Park

    Founded in 1787, the La Purisima Mission land holdings once covered nearly 470 square miles. Bordered by the Santa Maria River in the North and the Gaviota coastline in the South, the land was home to the Chumash people and Spanish settlers. The mission was best known for its hides and blankets, and at its peak inhabitants herded as many as 24,000 cattle and sheep.

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  • Solvang

    Solvang was founded in 1911 on almost 9,000 acres of the Rancho San Carlos de Jonata Mexican land grant, by a group of Danes who traveled west to establish a Danish colony far from the midwestern winters. The city is home to a number of bakeries, restaurants, and merchants offering a taste of Denmark in California. The architecture of many of the façades and buildings reflects traditional Danish style. There is a copy of the famous Little Mermaid statue from Copenhagen, as well as one featuring the bust of famed Danish fable writer Hans Christian Andersen. A replica of Copenhagen's Round Tower or Rundetårn in the scale 1:3 was finished in 1991 and can be seen in the town center.

  • Santa Barbara County Courthouse

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  • Yalong Bay Tropical Paradise Forest Park

    Yalong Bay Tropical Paradise Forest Park is a park unique for its tropical rainforest. It is also the main filming location for the movie “If You Are the One 2”. Here, you can trek through the rainforest, enjoy the company of a variety of orchids, walk on the bridge where Shu Qi once walked, or climb up to the top of the hill overlooking the Yalong Bay to enjoy the magnificent view.
  • Sunset Strip

    The Sunset Strip is the name given to the mile-and-a-half (2.4 km) stretch of Sunset Boulevard that passes through West Hollywood, California. It extends from West Hollywood's eastern border with Hollywood at Havenhurst Drive, to its western border with Beverly Hills at Sierra Drive. The Strip is probably the best-known portion of Sunset, embracing boutiques, restaurants, rock clubs, and nightclubs that are on the cutting edge of the entertainment industry. It is also known for its trademark array of huge, colorful billboards.

  • Hollywood Walk of Fame

  • The Getty

    The Getty Center is in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles and is the primary location of the museum. The collection features Western art from the Middle Ages to the present. Its estimated 1.3 million visitors annually make it one of the most visited museums in the United States.

  • Santa Monica State Beach

    The beach is located along Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica. It is 3.5 miles long and has parks, picnic areas, playgrounds, restrooms, as well as manned lifeguard stations, the original Muscle Beach, bike rentals, concessions, a few hotels, a bike path, and wooden pathways for warm days and beachgoers with disabilities.Visitor activities include volleyball, surfing, stand up paddleboarding, and swimming.

  • 3rd Street

    The Third Avenue is a famous walk Avenue, a lot of famous brand shops and famous restaurants in here.

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  • Desert Hills Premium Outlets

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  • Griffith Observatory

    Watching the night scene.
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  • Universal Studio Hollywood

    Universal Studio Hollywood is the world's largest theme park of movie and television studios and film subjects, located in the Universal City of near world famous holy Hollywood movies, is one of several famous tourist attractions near around the City of Los Angeles.In the Universal Studios,you can visit the actual film production behind the scenes and special photography, Backlot Tram, will pass along the King Kong,the Earthquake, the Jaws and other film scenes, experience the shock of the gorilla, the horrors of the Earthquake, the great white shark and volcanic eruptions.Tram also will pass along some film shooting area,such as Western Town, New York, London, Berlin in Germany, and the ancient city of Rome.

    The Universal Studio has the Entertainment Center and the Studio Center two parts.The Lower Lot is a performance entertainment center, inclusive of the World Water named from the same movie,designed water war performance, splash, very stimulating, the audience in the front rows must be wetted the whole body by splashing!In addition, there are west of the gun war, under the performance of bullets, the stimulation of very realistic.

    After visiting you can directly visit pedestrian shopping area City Walk nearby,all shops, restaurants, cinemas modelling with the lively giant signs attracts tourists, let visitors immediately enjoy strong visual stimulation, exciting, City Walk don't accept the tickets.
  • Staples Center

    Watching NBA.
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Los Angeles Las Vegas
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Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower
Cost: 50 USD    Number of rooms: 1
  • Bailong Elevator

    Bailong Sky Ladder is located in the Wulingyuan Scenic Area and connects the main attractions such as Jinbianxi, Yuanjiajie, and Tianzishan. It takes about 2 hours to climb the mountain from the vicinity of the Golden Whip Creek Grand Canyon to Yuanjiajie, and only 2 minutes if you take the Bailong Sky Ladder from the "Four Doors Surrounded by Water". There are three elevators in total, each made completely of transparent glass. Riding the elevators, passengers can even enjoy the view of the spiritual gatherings, composed of dozens of peaks on the other side.
  • Fairy Mountain National Forest Park

    A rare sight in southern China, tall mountains and grasslands are a feature of Fairy Mountain National Forest Park. Fairy Mountain National Forest Park is located in Wulong, Chongqing. In summer, the mountains are cool, making it a preferred place to avoid the summer heat. Adventurous visitors can try horse riding in the park. In winter, the peaks are covered in brilliant snow. A ski resort is a great choice for those who like to ski and play in the snow. Many visitors to Fairy Mountain National Forest Park spend the night in Fairy Mountain and visit Three Natural Bridges and Longshui Canyon on the next day by taking the bus from the tourist center.
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Budget Inn
Cost: 65 USD    Number of rooms: 1
  • Hoover Dam

  • Lake Mead

  • Powerhouse Visitors Centre

    Museum with exhibits detailing the historical transformation of the famous Americana icon, Route 66.

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Flagstaff Grand Canyon National Park
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Yavapai Lodge
Cost: 167 USD    Number of rooms: 1
  • South Rim Trail

  • Mather Point

    Scenic viewpoint along South Rim, popular for its canyon vistas & proximity to the visitor center.

  • Hermit's Rest

    Hermit Road from the Village Route Transfer to the Hermits Rest about 11 km tourist routes.This extremely popular route is accessed by free park shuttle bus(the red bus), foot, bicycle, or commercial bus tour most of the year, with private vehicles allowed only during winter months of December, January and February.

    Grand canyon here have nearly the best observation, it can be said that the road on the grand canyon is the most classic and magnificent.You can watch the nine spots along the way.

  • Trail View Point

    Stunning view of a big part of the Bright Angel Trail. Absolutely stunning!

  • Maricopa Point

    Hermit Road vista with exceptional rim views of canyon, river & an old copper & uranium mine.

  • Powell Point

    The best thing about this point is the small path that extends into the canyon. There is a raised platform at the end of the path that allows a very good 360 view of the area.

  • Hopi Point

    South Rim overlook with unobstructed canyon vistas & popular stop for sunrise & sunset viewing. 

  • Mohave Point

    South Rim overlook with wide vistas of terraced cliffs, sandstone mesas & curving Colorado River.

  • The Abyss

    Panoramic viewpoint along Hermits Rest route, with dizzying vertical drops down into canyon bottom. 

  • Monument Creek Vista

  • Pima Point

    Cliffside promontory & scenic South Rim viewpoint overlooking 40 mi. of rugged canyonlands.

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Motel 6 Page
Cost: 100 USD    Number of rooms: 1
  • Desert View Drive

    Desert View Drive is a scenic route to the east of Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim which follows the rim for 25 miles (40 km) out to the Desert View Watchtower and East Entrance.

  • Yaki Point

     Nature's Manifest, friendliness of this tribe's working during tis stop.

  • Grandview Point

    South Rim viewpoint overlooking a panorama of colorful canyons, ridges & the snaking Colorado River. 

  • Desert View Visitor Center

    East Entrance of Grand Canyon Village.

  • Desert View Watchtower

    Stone tower rising 7 stories designed in 1932 by Mary Colter, a pioneering Grand Canyon architect. 

  • Horseshoe Bend

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Page Las Vegas
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Paris Las Vegas    Check rate
Cost: 59 USD    Number of rooms: 1
  • Lower Antelope Canyon Tours - Dixie Ellis

    Sightseeing Tour Agency Of Lower Antelope Slot Canyon.

  • Lower Antelope Canyon

    Lower Antelope Canyon, called Hazdistazí, or "spiral rock arches" by the Navajo Indians, are located a few miles away. Prior to the installation of metal stairways, visiting the canyon required climbing along pre-installed ladders in certain areas. Even following the installation of stairways, it is a more difficult hike than Upper Antelope. It is longer, narrower in spots, and even footing is not available in all areas. At the end, the climb out requires several flights of stairs.

    Despite these limitations, Lower Antelope Canyon draws a considerable number of photographers, though casual sightseers are much less common there than in Upper.

    The lower canyon is in the shape of a "V" and shallower than the Upper Antelope. Lighting is better in the early hours and late morning.

  • Glen Canyon Dam

    Glen Canyon Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam on the Colorado River in northern Arizona, United States, near the town of Page. The 710-foot (220 m) high dam was built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) from 1956 to 1966 and forms Lake Powell, one of the largest man-made reservoirs in the U.S. with a capacity of 27 million acre feet.

  • Volcano at The Mirage

    An artificial volcano along the Strip that "erupts" nightly at 7PM and 8PM, plus 9PM on Friday and Saturday. After sister property Bellagio opened, the design firm WET Enterprises improved the technology behind the volcano effect to make it more spectacular in 1996. To avoid the smell of uncombusted natural gas odorant, the mercaptan is stripped from the natural gas and a pina colada fragrance is added to the natural gas stream. A new soundtrack, complete with the sounds of actual volcanoes erupting, and featuring the work of Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart,has been included for an even more enhanced experience.

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Olancha RV Park & Motel    Check rate
Cost: 59 USD    Number of rooms: 1
  • Death Valley East Entrance

    East Entrance Of Death Valley National Park.

  • Dantes View

    Dante’s View: The most breathtaking viewpoint in the park, this mountain-top overlook is more than 5000 feet above the inferno of Death Valley. The paved access road is open to all vehicles less than 25 feet in length and starts east of Furnace Creek on Hwy 190.

  • Zabriskie Point

    Surrounded by a maze of wildly eroded and vibrantly colored badlands, this spectacular view is one of the park’s most famous. Zabriskie Point is a popular sunrise and sunset viewing location. The viewpoint is a short walk uphill from the parking area. Located east of Furnace Creek on Hwy 190.

  • Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes

    Mesquite Flat Dunes: These dunes are the best known and easiest to visit in the national park. Located in central Death Valley near Stovepipe Wells, access is from Hwy. 190 or from the unpaved Sand Dunes Road. Although the highest dune rises only about 100 feet, the dunes actually cover a vast area. This dune field includes three types of dunes: crescent, linear, and star shaped. Polygon-cracked clay of an ancient lakebed forms the floor. Mesquite trees have created large hummocks that provide stable habitats for wildlife.

  • Death Valley West Entrance

    West Entrance Of Death Valley National Park.

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Yosemite Valley Lodge
Cost: ? USD    Number of rooms: 1
  • Mariposa Grove Museum

    South Entrance of Yosemite Vally.

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  • Half Dome

    Half Dome is a granite dome at the eastern end of Yosemite Valley in Yosemite National Park, California. It is a well-known rock formation in the park, named for its distinct shape. One side is a sheer face while the other three sides are smooth and round, making it appear like a dome cut in half.[3] The granite crest rises more than 4,737ft above the valley floor.

  • Tunnel View

    The Tunnel View overlook has been renovated—the first changes to this area since constructed in 1933—and re-dedicated in an Oct. 24, 2008, ceremony. The Tunnel View scenic overlook is a historic site, located adjacent to Wawona Road, affording expansive views of Yosemite Valley, El Capitan, Bridalveil Falls, and Half Dome. The overlook was constructed during an era that heralded a boom in design and development throughout the National Park Service, and helped initiate the National Park Service “rustic design style.” Wawona Tunnel and Tunnel View were determined eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986 because of their exemplary design.

  • Glacier Point

    Glacier Point is a viewpoint above Yosemite Valley, in California, United States. It is located on the south wall of Yosemite Valley at an elevation of 7,214 feet, 3,200 feet above Curry Village. The point offers a superb view of Yosemite National Park's Yosemite Valley, includingYosemite Falls, Half Dome, Vernal Fall, Nevada Fall, and Clouds Rest.

  • Mariposa Grove

    Mariposa Grove is a sequoia grove located near Wawona, California, United States, in the southernmost part of Yosemite National Park. It is the largest grove of Giant Sequoias in the park, with several hundred mature examples of the tree. Two of its trees (the Washington tree and the Grizzly Giant) are among the largest giant sequoias in the world.

  • Mariposa Grove Museum

    South Entrance of Yosemite Vally.

  • Chinatown San Francisco

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  • Pier 39

  • Alcatraz Island

    Alcatraz Island offers a close-up look at the site of the first lighthouse and US built fort on the West Coast, the infamous federal penitentiary long off-limits to the public, and the history making 18 month occupation by Indians of All Tribes. Rich in history, there is also a natural side to the Rock—gardens, tide pools, bird colonies, and bay views beyond compare.

  • Coit Tower

  • Palace of Fine Arts Theatre

    The Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District of San Francisco, California, is a monumental structure originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in order to exhibit works of art presented there. One of only a few surviving structures from the Exposition, it is still situated on its original site. It was rebuilt in 1965, and renovation of the lagoon, walkways, and a seismic retrofit were completed in early 2009.

    In addition to hosting art exhibitions, it remains a popular attraction for tourists and locals and is a favorite location for weddings and wedding party photographs for couples throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and such an icon that a miniature replica of it was built in Disney's California Adventure in Anaheim.

  • Alamo Square

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San Francisco Seattle
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  • San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

    Serving the Seattle metropolitan area, the airport is the largest one in the Pacific Northwest. It has a central terminal and two satellite ones.

  • Colman Dock

    Pier 52-70 Area:Here brought together a variety of famouse places, restaurants and shopping centers, busy ferries,cruise ships, victoria sailings and boats all sail from here.You can feed the seagulls, can also walk along the park, both beautiful scenery and souvenir shops here are amazing.

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  • University of Washington

    This 1861 research school in Downtown Seattle is known for medicine, engineering & business.

  • Space Needle

  • Chihuly Garden and Glass

  • Pike Place Market

  • Gum Wall

    What a unique and wonderfully disgusting sight to see in Seattle, Washington!

  • King Street Station

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  • Seattle Art Museum

  • Seattle Aquarium

  • Olympic Sculpture Park

  • Gas Works Park