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  • 1

    Golden Gate Bridge

    844 reviews

    It's about a two-hour/six-mile walk from the Ferry Buidling to the Golden Gate Bridge if you follow the water's edge. It's a long walk but you'll pass by/near some classic SF sights: Pier to Alcatraz, Fisherman's Wharf, Ghirardelli Square, Fort Mason, Palace of Fine Arts, Crissy Field, and Fort Point. Clearly if you stop at all of these spots, it'll ...

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  • 2

    The Las Vegas Strip

    543 reviews

    Take a walk in the strip before sunset and you will get amazing Pictures! I rented a Car so i would just stop by every hotel for pictures! and then stop at some of the hotels! They offer free parking

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  • 3

    San Diego Zoo

    475 reviews

    This world-famous zoo has enough species to please even the pickiest of animal-lovers in your family. This makes for a great first or last stop on a tour of the many opportunities to see California's wildlife along the coast.

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  • 4

    Times Square

    525 reviews

    Yes it's crowded. There's no avoiding that but you're guaranteed to see some interesting people wandering around. Don't expect to find dining and unique shopping here. Times Square is home to every generic chain store in America. Go at night. Yes it's even more crowded but Times Square is meant to be seen with the lights flashing.

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  • 5


    444 reviews

    Disneyland in California provides fun and entertainment for any age with rides, attractions and Disney character meet and greets.

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  • 6

    Fountains at Bellagio

    459 reviews

    Really cool to watch. Crowds fill up so figure out when you want to see them and then get there a little early.

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  • 7

    Central Park

    423 reviews

    Whenever I visit New York City I'm always in awe of Central Park. It's so awesome that a place like this exists amongst the hustle and bustle and skyscrapers. The park is huge so you won't be able to explore it all. Just mosey on it and walk around on a nice, sunny day. There's so much vibrant activity in ...

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  • 8

    Balboa Park

    362 reviews

    Gorgeous paths for quiet nature walks or runs, bird watching, etc. Enjoy golfing or playing frisbee disk golf at Morley Field.

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  • 9

    Alcatraz Island

    388 reviews

    It's been a few years since I last visited the Rock and I need to go back more often. Gayle and I took her mother, nephew, and my son out to Alcatraz Island recently. We took the 10:30 boat out and the 1 PM back, and I think I was still and hour or 2 short. My time was also ...

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  • 10

    Golden Gate Park

    359 reviews

    Relaxing and reading a book in this beautiful park. Golden gate park is fun, disc golf, soccer, baseball, BBQ. Venture to this park, it's a must!

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  • 11

    Fisherman's Wharf

    408 reviews

    This spot has a little bit of everything, no shortage of things to see and do! You have lots of restaurants, though choose wisely because most of them aren't so great. You have Boudin's for amazing bread, Musee Mechanique for a really unique arcade experience, and the cutest sea lions you've ever seen hanging out on Pier 39! Blue Bottle ...

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  • 12

    The Eiffel Tower (Las Vegas)

    324 reviews

    Go up for the amazing view on the Strip and Fountains of Bellagio ( fee is approximately $12.00). For unforgettable experience reserve a table with a view at the restaurant ( not cheap, but definitely worth)

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  • 13

    SeaWorld San Diego

    303 reviews

    I remember as a child, I love coming to San Diego and going Seaworld. Now 20 years later, I'm a teacher and I get to get in for free for the whole year! Unfortunately, this place lacks rides and shows. We came here in mid May and there were only 5 shows to see. I wish SeaWorld would give us ...

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  • 14

    Empire State Building

    298 reviews

    The Empire State Building opened in 1931, and during it's first five years, because of the Great depression, it was largely empty. Thus earning the nickname the "Empty State Building." If you're going to visit this majestic building, make sure you pay the extra fifteen dollars and go to the 102nd Floor Observatory. The views on the 86 floor are ...

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  • 15

    Pike Place Market

    275 reviews

    Love wandering around Pike Place Market. Make sure to go below and find Reflections on Seattle. Scott is a fantastic photographer with a unique perspetive. Don't miss the flyinf fish either. So much fun!

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  • 16

    SeaWorld Orlando

    264 reviews

    A truly great day-long family experience. Do not miss this fabulous sea-creature park including the new Penguin area. they also have the new Aquatica water park and Discovery Cove park just next door.

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  • 17

    Magic Kingdom Park

    253 reviews

    Fairytale dreams come true for children and adults of all ages at enchanting Magic Kingdom park, one of 4 theme parks at Walt Disney World Resort.

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  • 18

    Millennium Park

    263 reviews

    This beautiful space combines outdoor art installations with greenery and fantastic views of the Chicago skyline. An easy add-on to a visit to the Art Institute, Loop, or Grant Park. A great example of how this city has undergone a renaissance in the last 15 years.

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  • 19

    Fremont Street Experience

    284 reviews

    It was nice to see the old Vegas strip. There are far more locals than tourists. It's definitely an experience. But, if you are more comfortable around tourists....stay in the strip.

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  • 20

    Gaslamp Quarter

    248 reviews

    The Gaslamp is a crown jewel of "Thing's To Do" in San Diego that don't involve the outdoors. Restaurants, the baseball stadium, hotels and hostels, shopping from art galleries to boutiques, salons and spas, bars, clubs, and other nightlife + more! Do some research and choose from one of the fantastic restaurants in the area. Plan ahead or allow some ...

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