Offbeat New Mexico: Places of Unexpected History, Art, and Culture
Located at the very edge where Texas blends into New Mexico and Mexico,
El Paso surprises visitors. It's one of the hubs in the region and its downtown is booming.
Great hotels, stellar theater, fascinating history, some surprising free things to do
, and one of the tastiest ball parks you'll ever visit. Yes, we did say "tasty."
Two football Hall of Fame museums in the USA -- one for college players in Atlanta, Georgia and the other for professional players in Canton, Ohio. Both offer stories of the game, and fun with
handson exhibits. Here's why you'll want to visit both football Halls of Fame
You probably never heard of Porthmadog and Portmeirion but the charming railroad, privately owned and restored town and more will make you want to explore
, especially the enigmatic town of Portmeirion. Add a star if you
were a fan of The Prisoner.
Few cities welcome visitors with the enthusiasm of Roanoke Virginia. That city truly leaves the light on. The Roanoke Star, often called the city's front porch light,
is almost 90 feet tall and uses 2,000 of neon tubing to make it shine every night. From its perch on Mill Mountain the star can be seen from about 60 miles away.
Beyond that welcoming light, there is much to see in Star City. Railroad history, art, farmer's market, charm and more in the walkable delightful Star City
with historic hotel and great dining.
All around Las Vegas lie areas of breathtaking natural beauty, offering families with young children the easy opportunity to explore
unspoiled wilderness without traveling great distances.
The 12 Hours of Sebring
is run on an old airport circuit smack dab in the middle of nowhere and has
been going on for well over half a century in the small, south central town of Sebring, Florida.