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Some complaints that have been screamed often by Reserve America users about their website. Users have had serious problems finding proper locations. Also, the site will say no campsites available but when you contact the campground directly, they have plenty of availability. You can also book only 9 months in advance, which causes problems for those who go the same place every year... www.reserveinamer...

The forgotten City Hall station was the original terminal of New York’s subway system. It opened on the evening of October 27, 1904, along with 27 other Interborough Rapid Transit (I.R.T.) stations up to 145th Street on the west side. The inauguration began with a private ride conducted by Mayor George McClellan and ended with a fascinated public standing in awe of the strange new technology. specializes in Mobile homes for rent, RV rentals, vacation rentals by agencies and individual owners.

A nation that does not honor it's heros, will not long endure.

Crocodiles in the Everglades for those who don't believe there are Crocs in Florida/N.America.

Eight silver Airstream mobile trailers shoved into the ground, tilting eastward at a roughly 20-degree angle like a stack of dominoes about to topple. It’s creator Frank Bates has dubbed it Airstream Ranch, a homage to both Texas' Cadillac Ranch and Airstream - a popular brand of trailers he happens to sell at his recreational vehicle dealership Bates RV.

Today's tip: Leaving your car at home twice a week can cut greenhouse gas emissions over 1,500 pounds per year.

On behalf of everyone at Rentzio, we want to wish you a Happy Earth Day!

Want to Learn to Drive a Military Tank and Crush a Car? Ever been curious how it would feel to drive a military tank? At Drive a Tank, civilians can learn to operate tanks, shoot blanks from a tank's cannon, and crush a car. You do get a training and an instructor is in the tank with you at all times. Drive a Tank is located in Minnesota, about a 1 1/2 hour drive from Minneapolis.

East German soldier Conrad Schumann jumping over the Berlin Wall on its third day of construction, at the time a barbed wire fence, as he defects to West Germany. August 15, 1961.