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Grand Palace, Bangkok

The Phi Phi Islands, Thailand

Arlington House is a Greek-revival style mansion located in Arlington, Virginia, that was once the home of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. During the Civil War in 1864 (upper picture), the military cemeteries of Washington and Alexandria were filled with Union dead, and Arlington was selected as the site for a new cemetery and the burial of 26 Union soldiers in Mrs. Lee's prized rose garden was ordered.

Hiking Dragon's Back Trail, Hong Kong

The view while dining on Nepenthe's deck at Big Sur.

Catalina Island!

Oceanic Institute, Dana Point. Take the SeaLab night voyage to collect dinoflagellates, observing these creatures giving off bioluminescence when caught in the nets. Sleepover activities follow in Dana Point Institute.

Roar & Snore Sleepovers at the Wildlife Animal Park, San Diego. Wake up to rhinos just outside your tent! Great fam vacation!

San Juan Capistrano Mission - home of the swallows.

Rose bowl parade, Pasadena, CA.

The Louvre Pyramid (Pyramide du Louvre)

Mount Rushmore

Nikoi Island, Bintan - Riau Islands

Scenic Railway - Blue Mountains

Love The Block Arcade in Melbourne, and the Hopetoun Tea Rooms is a must when visiting Melbourne

Front Porch, Grand Hotel, Macinac Island, Michigan

Taj Mahal, Agra, India.

Bonaire flamingos

Bonaire Diving

Bonaire salt works

March, Buckingham Palace

Harrod's, London, UK

Shakespeare's Birthplace, Stratford upon Avon, England.

Singapore Flyer

Cu Chi Tunnels, Saigon. 75 Miles of Tunnels We’ve all heard stories about how the North Vietnamese used tunnels for many purposes during the war, traveling significant distances underground and popping out to gain the strategic advantage. But did you know that the tunnel network underneath Saigon – also known as Ho Chi Minh City – stretched out to over 75 miles? The Cu Chi tunnels were heavily fortified and served as the base for the Viet Cong during the Tet Offensive.