Golden Gate Bridge- San Francisco, CA
the 1.7-mile Golden Gate has since been
surpassed in size-but not in beauty.
Photo: Christian Mehlführer/Wikipedia Commons
The now completed Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge
(aka the Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge)
stands 890 feet above the Colorado River.
The shot was taken from the
Hoover Dam the day after the
"Bridging America" event.
Photo: sankefisch/Wikimedia Commons
Hollywood Walk of Fame- Los Angeles, CA
It may look tame here, but come Oscar night,
the Kodak Theater on Hollywood Boulevard
plays host to the biggest event in Tinseltown.
Photo: David Iliff/Wikipedia Commons
Mount Rushmore- Keystone, SD
Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt
are here, immortalized, both in stone and
Photo: NPS/Wikimedia Commons
French Quarter- New Orleans, LA
Jackson Square—once named Place d'Armes, but
renamed for Battle of New Orleans's Andrew Jackson—
is a French Quarter destination for culture,
lined with museums, shops, restaurants, and galleries.
Photo: vxla/Flickr/Wikipedia Commons
Las Vegas Strip- Las Vegas, NV
A view of the strip at sunset. This may be the only city
in the world where can you find a permanent circus,
an indoor sky, and a slice of the Roman Empire.
Photo: Pedro Szekely/Flickr
Gateway Arch- St. Louis, MO
Towering over the St. Louis skyline, the
Gateway Arch's impressive stature
packs an even bigger punch as it lights
up the night sky.
Photo: Daniel Schwen/Wikimedia Commons
Grand Canyon Skywalk
Photo: John Burcham/Corbis
"Cloud Gate" in Millennium Park.
Photo: Bob Krist/Corbis
And there you have it! Start packing those bags!