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Oahu

Sometimes called “The Gathering Place,” Oahu certainly lives up to its name. The third largest Hawaiian island is home to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse population, a fusion of east and west cultures rooted in the values and traditions of the Native Hawaiian people. It’s this fundamental contrast between the ancient and the modern that makes discovering Oahu so enjoyable.

5
Seattle In My Eyes

What does Seattle look like in your eyes?

FREE
5
Downtown Portland

What is the best thing in Portland? Definitely walking around Portland Downtown.

FREE
5
Artsy Wall

Go find artsy walls in Los Angeles! 

Culver City - Hayden Tract
Arts District - Springs Restaurant
Downtown Santa Monica

What else can you find?

 

FREE
5
The Last Bookstore

The Last Bookstore is located at downtown LA. You will never image how wonderful this bookstore is. Vantage and a little bit creepy. Its more than a magic room, rather than a book store. In addition, if you love antique stuffs, this store is also a good place to go. Grab your camera, and explore. 

Inexpensive
5
Old Town San Diego

A wonderful and compelling town filled with a rich hispanic history. Consists of many shops, museums, restaurants, and a theater. Old Town is also the home of the infamous Whaley House Museum, which is claimed to be haunted and holds ghost tours for visiting guests.

Moderate
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Sacramento, California

I'm not originally from here, but my largest take away is that Sacramento is suffering from an identity crisis. On one hand there known as the "Capital City", which makes sense because there the capital of Cali. Yet on the other hand they also want to be known as the "City of Trees." This is curious, because any other major California city has just as many trees, so I'm calling BS on that...

FREE
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Coloinal Williamsburg

Take a jump back into the past with Colonial Williamsburg, where you get to experience firsthand what life would have been like living in a colony in America in the late 1700s. Located on 173 acres, Colonial Williamsburg imitates a city of the times, and visitors can watch reenactments of historical events, watch demonstrations of trades such as cabinet making and book binding, and tour...

Expensive
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Walla Walla

Walla Walla is a small farming town located in Eastern Washington that has been historically known for its wheat production and sweet onions but in recent years has blossomed into an internationally recognized wine destination.

Located in the Walla Walla Valley, surrounded by the Blue Mountains and miles of wheat fields, Walla Walla features an idyllic scenery. A cute downtown area with...

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Fort Worth, Texas

The town of Fort Worth, Texas, is your normal, metropolitan city - but also, it isn't. On the streets are regular cars, buses, ... and cows?? Being the 17th-largest US city, with over 790,000 people, Fort Worth is home to not just people but thriving businesses ... and history. This southwest town was an important post for cattle drivers in the mid-1800s, and today, the Stockyards commemorate...

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