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Horsing Around in Frederik Meijer Sculpture Garden

Somewhere, there’s a big horse. A monumental horse. An artistic masterpiece. A horse whose pictures I’d seen while researching a new travel article about Michigan. But how did I never know about this horse? The DaVinci read more arrow

Bryan Shelmon
Bryan Shelmon 2022-01-19
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8 Secret Ways to Take The Path Less Traveled on Oahu

Hawaii is overwhelming— every single island is a completely different world; a world of miracle and wonder. To help you narrow down which island you should visit during you vacation: all of them. However, for this article, read more arrow

Natasha Lincoln
Natasha Lincoln 2017-08-19
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Pardon Me Sir, Is That The Chattanooga Choo Choo...Hotel?

The arty, historic town of Chattanooga, Tennessee, is a tourist destination, especially for the Chattanooga Choo-Choo Hotel guests. Tourists worldwide come to see the former train station that celebrates its centennial read more arrow

Kristin Johnson
Kristin Johnson 2014-12-19
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The Trois Rivieres and Batiscan Region of Quebec

Historical and Natural PlacesAs a newcomer on Goparoo, I would like to offer you an original point of view of the French-speaking societies in North America (Quebec, Acadia, New England, etc.). As a French-Canadian, I think read more arrow

Real Houde
Real Houde 2014-11-26
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Best places for shopping in Alaska

Alaska is the largest state in the US and home to all of the top 10 highest mountains in the US. It receives a large volume of tourists every year. Many people perceive Alaska as a dull and boring place with plethora of natural read more arrow

Kacie Jones
Kacie Jones 2014-09-02
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The Richelieu Valley

My second Wikiveler article will be about the magnificent Richelieu Valley beginning at the Champlain Lake near the U.S. Border to the Sorel-Tracy region where the Richelieu River slowly ended up in the St.Lawrence River. read more arrow

Real Houde
Real Houde 2013-09-29
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You Should Visit the City of Brotherly Love

No matter why you are visiting the beautiful city of Philadelphia, there are plenty of things for you to do. There are plenty of activities and museums galore in this city. No matter if you are single, a couple, a family, read more arrow

Doug Raymond
Doug Raymond 2013-07-18
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Lapakahi State Historical Park: Fishing for History

Part of the Big Island’s appeal is its wealth of monuments to Hawai’ian history. Lapakahi State Historical Park, north of Kawaihae on Highway 270 on the Kohala Coast, provides an archaeologist’s glimpse of Hawai’ian read more arrow

Kristin Johnson
Kristin Johnson 2009-04-21
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Nice Kansas City

Today Kansas City has many things to offer the visitor who wishes to come and explore its beautiful boulevards and streets. Kansas City has more operating city fountains than any other place in the world, with the exception read more arrow

Goparoo Admin
Goparoo Admin 2009-04-11
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On the Napa Valley Wineries Trail

"One hundred bottles of beer on the wall…" Maybe in Milwaukee, but not in Napa Valley, California home to more than one hundred wineries. This region is located in northern California, in the San Francisco Bay Area and read more arrow

Goparoo Admin
Goparoo Admin 2009-04-08
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Aztec Ruins around Mexico City

The Aztecs were a tribe of people who lived in Mexico between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries. While the Aztec Empire died out long ago, this ancient civilization has left behind a rich store of mythology and history, read more arrow

Goparoo Admin
Goparoo Admin 2009-04-04
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Minnesota, My New Sweet Home

Not being a native of Minnesota, I can’t truthfully say that this is my home state, but after giving it 8 years, I’ll gladly stay! To be honest, moving to Minnesota was not the first place I would have chosen for my read more arrow

Goparoo Admin
Goparoo Admin 2009-04-02
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Expansive Reaches of Montana

What would you think if you heard that a state’s animal mascot was the grizzly bear? Would you think it was in a heavily populated, industry laden state of warm climates and barren terrain? Or perhaps in a coastal state read more arrow

Goparoo Admin
Goparoo Admin 2009-04-01
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Seven Texas Ghost Towns to visit

Among the most interesting of the tours offered is the Texas Ghost Town itinerary. From San Antonio to El Paso, Texas offers a taste of the Old West. Mingled with the modern day marvels of shopping and fine dining are hints read more arrow

Goparoo Admin
Goparoo Admin 2009-03-30
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Travelogue ~ Along the Maine Coast

When we arrived in southern Maine, the first stop we made was for about an hour at York Harbor Beach. We were very happy to finally get to see the ocean. It was the first time that my kids saw the Atlantic Ocean. The weather read more arrow

Goparoo Admin
Goparoo Admin 2009-03-30
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What is Silicon Valley?

Silicon Valley is region in California defined by a high concentration and number of technology firms. The growth of advanced computer technology companies in the region has given the name Silicon Valley, with very high profile read more arrow

Goparoo Admin
Goparoo Admin 2009-03-21
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Fly Fishing in Alaska

Outdoorsmen and women unite; head to the Last Frontier for some fly fishing in Alaska. You’ll find the fly fishing in Alaska is unlike fishing anywhere in the lower 48. The quality of the cold water streams and rivers, read more arrow

Goparoo Admin
Goparoo Admin 2009-03-06
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