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Simple ways to get High profile Call girls in Gurgaon, Gurugram, India
High profile Call girls in Gurgaon
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MBA BALI TOUR | BALI DAY TOURS & ACTIVITIES

Kuta
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MBA BALI TOUR | BALI DAY TOURS & ACTIVITIES, Kuta, Indonesia
Bali ATV Ride - ATV Ride Adventure Bali - Bali Taro Adventure
Bali Taro Adventures is the new ATV ride company in Bali it's located close by Bali elephant safari park. Start from Taro village area, which is a rural area in the central part of Bali, not so far away from Ubud, and between 1 hour and 1 hour fifteen minutes driving from the popular tourist destinations of Kuta, Nusa Dua, and Sanur. You will drive yourself with a specially designed off road car or ATV ride that copes with all kinds of terrain through an authentic part of Bali, passing rice fields, animal conservation, crossing jungle and driving through some Balinese villages. Treat and test your courage and adrenaline in the four quad bike while enjoying the panorama of the countryside in the village of Taro. Accompanied by a professional local guide and about 2 hours on an ATV (The powerful off-road machine) you can explore and discover an amazing countryside of Taro villages. Our tours combine a great experience of driving your own off-road vehicle (or enjoying the ride as a co-pilot) with the opportunity to learn about the way the local people live. You will follow our experienced guides by driving between beautiful rice fields, pass the rainforest and drive up the mountain. It doesn’t matter if you have ever driven an ATV ride or quad bike before further more no driving license is needed. After arrival in our starting point and having received your welcome drink, you will get started by practicing your vehicle on our training circuit, and after driving some test tracks on our practice spot, you will be able to operate it yourself and start for some 2 hours of an adventurous sightseeing tour. Along 7,5km highlight, ATV track will be a short stop along the way, where you can enjoy real Balinese coffee at a traditional house. From there we continue the tour through different landscapes. Be ready for some views beyond description. When we finally reach the ending point, you can enjoy our popular extended hot lunch buffet (included).
Bali ATV Ride - ATV Ride Adventure Bali - Bali Taro Adventure
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Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið)

Southern Peninsula Region
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Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið), Southern Peninsula Region, Iceland
Blue Lagoon Iceland
Amazing hot springs in Iceland, perfect thing to do when arriving or leaving Reykjavik. Must do.
Blue Lagoon Iceland
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LANGJÖKULL Glacier Entrance

Western Region
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LANGJÖKULL Glacier Entrance, Western Region, Iceland
Into the Glacier
A must do. An amazing experience, the tour guides were great and it was so cool to be inside an actual glacier!
Into the Glacier
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Bali White Water Rafting | MBA Tour & Travel

Kuta
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Bali White Water Rafting | MBA Tour & Travel, Kuta, Indonesia
Bali Rafting - White Water Rafting Bali - Rafting in Bali
Alam white water rafting Bali is one of the operators engaged in Bali rafting, especially in the Telaga Waja river. If you want to try Alam rafting that can push your adrenaline at Alam Bali Rafting in Telaga Waja river is one recommendation for us. Besides Alam white water rafting has a good service, the longest distance among the other companies and hygiene food. So if you want a holiday that has particularly impressive in Bali do not forget to try rafting with Bali Alam rafting. ALAM RAFTING ADVENTURE FEATURING Drive from hotel to location with full air conditioner vehicles, in the location, you will get a welcoming drink, face towel and sign the Insurance letter. Alam Bali rafting guide will give you all equipment such as life jacket, helmet, paddle and waterproof bag. Instruction and short brief will also be given from our professional river guide. There is easy access only less than 5 minutes walk to get the start point and also you can try flying fox (Alam Bali rafting new product). One raft will be maximum 4 rafters accompanied by 1 professional Alam Bali rafting guide. Your adventure will take around 2.5 hours and around 14 km on the river. During the rafting you will pass some bamboo bridges, waterfall and the last action will jump at Bajing Dam are 4 meters high. Finish for Alam white water rafting Bali need to walk around 1 minute to the shower and changing room facilities. After that, we will take you to Alam white water rafting Bali riverside restaurant for your lunch. Buffet lunch will served with Indonesian food and during lunch time you will see your adventures on photo’s CD. Back to your hotel at 3.30pm (Kuta area). Nothing breaks the silence except the sounds of the forests and the rush of the river. At the last journey, you dare to take our unforgettable challenge ending your adventure by hurtle down a 4 meters waterfall at Bajing Dam at our finish point. Enjoy the ride and give us all your best to tame the wild dragon on the best river in Bali. Our adventure will keep your adrenalin high but with a lot of Action and fun! Telaga Waja River is one of the longest rivers on east Bali starts to runs southward Bali from the southern slope of mount Abang. Mount Abang a peak at the south rim of Batur caldera as the remnant of the tremendous eruption which was probably happened at the same time as other super volcanic eruptions along the volcanic belt of an archipelago. Publish Rates: USD 88/ person, Special Offer USD 55/person Rafting + Flying Fox USD 55/person Contact us for a great deal, more people more discount !!! Email: info@mba-sensational.com Phone: +62 361 4727 304 Whatsapp:+6281337648255 Services Included: -Air-conditioned transport service -Coffee or tea on arrival -Safety-approved rafting equipment -Professional River Guide -Use of towels and shower facilities -Changing room and toilet facilities -Welcome Cocktail at finish point -Rafting Certificate -Buffet Lunch with variety menu by 5-star Chef -US$ 50,000 Insurance coverage
Bali Rafting - White Water Rafting Bali - Rafting in Bali
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Siem Reap

Siem Reap
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Siem Reap, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Siem Reap
After saying farewell to the dedicated Navigator staff—who by now know exactly how you take your coffee and what to pour you at sunset—you’ll settle into the Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf and Spa Resort. The next few days are yours to fill with bargaining at lively markets, taking in Apsara dance performances, and touring the majestic sandstone temples of Ta Prohm, Bayon, and Angkor Wat. “Seeing the ancient temples of Angkor at sunrise is worth the trip alone,” enthuses Mark Dzerowycz, a Uniworld district sales manager. We have a feeling you’ll agree and join the generations of travelers who have fallen under Siem Reap’s spell.
Siem Reap
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Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh
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Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Phnom Penh
Cambodia’s capital city is a feast for the senses. Get a feel for its energy on a Uniworld-arranged cyclo tour along its wide French Colonial boulevards, then marvel at attractions like the Royal Palace’s Throne Hall and Silver Pagoda—home to jewel-encrusted Buddhas and an entire floor dedicated to silver—and the treasure-packed National Museum. In the evening, stroll the riverside streets, stopping for a drink or relaxing foot massage, or retreat to the Mekong Navigator to enjoy cocktails on the deck and swap stories with fellow travelers. The next day, before leaving the capital region, your last Phnom Pehn excursion will take you out of the city to The Killing Fields and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, both of which chronicle the horrors of the Khmer Rouge regime—and celebrate the resilience of the Cambodian people.
Phnom Penh
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Tan Chau & Evergreen Island

Thị Xã Tân Châu
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Tan Chau & Evergreen Island, Thị Xã Tân Châu, Vietnam
Tan Chau & Evergreen Island
Cruising toward the Cambodian border, you’ll make your last stop in Vietnam to explore the city of Tan Chau via rickshaw, stopping at sites like the colorful Cao Dai temple. There, knowledgeable local guides will explain more about the Cao Dai religion, which draws from a number of world practices with the aim of being a unifying force. The excursion also includes a visit to a fish farm, as well as idyllic Evergreen Island, a hidden-away rural community where you’ll visit traditional homes and chat with residents and farmers about their way of life. Well-planned excursions like this one help connect guests to each destination, while entertainment and lectures onboard the Mekong Navigator offer insight into the arts, culture, and history of the region.
Tan Chau & Evergreen Island
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Cai Be

Thiện Trí
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Cai Be, Thiện Trí, Vietnam
Cai Be
As the ship sails leisurely along the river, you’ll catch glimpses of the rich life along the Mekong Delta. Today, enjoy an up-close look at how area residents live, work, and play with a visit to Cai Be, a village in west Tien Gang province. Hop a trishaw for a ride around town past beautifully restored homes, then meet with village elders to hear about how life here has evolved. Visit the famous floating market at the junction of the Tien River to watch as vendors on hundreds of small boats ply their fruits, veggies, and fresh fish. Onboard, you’ll savor such regional bounty in Uniworld’s signature gourmet meals, each elegantly presented and served with wines and unlimited beverages. Not to worry: onboard fitness facilities and wellness classes, plus bicycles and Nordic walking equipment for use ashore, can help balance out the indulgences.
Cai Be
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Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City
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Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Your adventure begins in Ho Chi Minh City, which recently saw a boom in development tied to the 40th anniversary of Vietnam’s reunification. Once settled into the tranquil Park Hyatt Saigon, Uniworld guests are treated to a walking tour of the city center, taking in the French Colonial architecture and notable sites like the mid-century Reunification Palace and the Post Office designed by Gustav Eiffel. On the second day, an excursion to the Cu Chi Tunnels reveals a fraction of the vast, fascinating network of Vietnam War-era tunnels stretching to the Cambodian border. Next, it’s off to the My Tho dock to embark on the Mekong Navigator, settle into your new home-suite-home, and toast the sailing ahead.
Ho Chi Minh City
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Banff Provisions General Store

Banff
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Banff Provisions General Store, Banff, Canada
Banff Provisions General Store
The main street of Banff—Banff Avenue—is lined with an impressive selection of stores and restaurants for a resort town. While you will find some stocked with kitschy bear and moose themed t-shirts, you'll also find some big Canadian names, like locations of the Bay and Roots. If you are interested in ammolite, the gem created from the fossilized mollusks known as ammonites, a number of jewelry stores sell pieces incorporating this colorful and unusual gem found only in the Canadian Rockies. (While ammonite can be found around the world, they mysteriously only have the rainbow of colors that characterize ammolite here.) One of my favorite shops to pick up some gifts was the Banff Provisions General Store. You will find maple syrup, of course, but also some more gourmet Canadian offerings like Vancouver Island salt and local jams and jellies. John Newton traveled on Collette’s Canada’s Winter Wonderland tour as part of AFAR’s partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, and peace-of-mind to destinations across the globe. For more on John’s journey, visit the USTOA blog..
Banff Provisions General Store
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Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

Lake Louise
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Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Canada
Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Photographs of the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise in the summer, when it presides over the turquoise blue lake, may be more familiar, but the hotel has a different magic to it in the winter. The portion of the frozen lake alongside the hotel becomes an ice-skating rink, and cross-country ski trails run along the lake's edges. The hotel's spiked hot chocolate drinks can be ordered year-round at the lobby Lakeview Lounge, but we think they must taste better when enjoyed with a snowy view out the windows. Other features of the hotel are excellent regardless of the season: the elegant Fairview restaurant, the more casual Lago Italian Kitchen, and the generous and delicious breakfast spread at the Poppy Brasserie. If you are only going to stay once at this iconic property, one of the classic Canadian Pacific hotels that helped open the country to travelers, consider paying the higher rate for a lakeview room. John Newton traveled on Collette’s Canada’s Winter Wonderland tour as part of AFAR’s partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, and peace-of-mind to destinations across the globe. For more on John’s journey, visit the USTOA blog..
Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
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Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Fiji

Savusavu
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Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Fiji, Savusavu, Fiji
Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Offers Natural Grace
Jean-Michel Cousteau and family have created an award-winning, five-star resort on the island of Vanua Levu, in Fiji. No phones, no wi-fi and no worries at this casual, luxurious resort. The thatched “bures” are private rooms and suiteswith views of the ocean or gardens. "The Villa” is the ultimate in privacy and island-style luxury with a private infinity pool, Jacuzzi tub, your own waterfall and outdoor shower. If you are familiar with the Cousteau family and the work Jean-Michel, and his father ocean conservationist and scientist Jacques Cousteau have done, you will be happy to know that the resort continues their work to preserve ocean life and teach people to co-exist with the flora and fauna of earth. Recycling, earth-friendly lighting and growing their own food for the kitchen along with ocean activities that promote learning and understanding of our world are key features. If you are a diver, you are in true paradise here. The resort provides access to the best dive sites in Fiji and the South Pacific. The Jean-Michel Cousteau Dive Centre is located just minutes away from a host of exciting dive sites. Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort’s restaurant offers a diverse cuisine, using only sustainable fish and local products. You’ll have an extraordinary ocean views from your table. If you brought the children, they can attend the complementary Bula Club at the resort. Glass-bottom boat excursions with the resort’s full-time Fijian naturalist/marine biologist Johnny Singh is a highlight. Children under the age of five have their own nanny assigned to them included in the accommodation. Website www.fijiresort.com
Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Offers Natural Grace
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D'Amato's Restaurant

Royal Oak
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D'Amato's Restaurant, Royal Oak, Michigan
D'Amato's Restaurant
This upscale, rustic spot serves hearty Italian bites in a convivial setting. It’s a Royal Oak institution, thanks to its jazz brunch on the weekends and house-made martinis. The friendly staff and people watching just add to its appeal.
D'Amato's Restaurant
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Fairmont Banff Springs Resort

Banff
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Fairmont Banff Springs Resort, Banff, Canada
Fairmont Banff Springs Resort
One of the highlights on the Collette Winter Wonderland tour for me, as someone who is fascinated by hotels, was the opportunity to spend two nights at the Fairmont Banff Springs Resort. The original hotel here opened in 1888 and was part of the Canadian Pacific Railway's attempt to encourage tourism along its routes. William Cornelius Van Horne, a vice-president of the CPR, famously said that, "If we can't export the scenery, we'll import the tourists." Once they arrived they found the grandiose "Castle in the Rockies," an enormous hotel inspired by Scottish baronial architecture. A fire destroyed the first hotel, built of wood, and it was replaced by the current stone structure, which was completed in 1928. Since then the hotel has hosted kings and heads of state, an almost mandatory stop for travelers exploring Canada, and a survivor of the days of grand dame resorts that manages to maintain its stately elegance into the 21st century. John Newton traveled on Collette’s Canada’s Winter Wonderland tour as part of AFAR’s partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, and peace-of-mind to destinations across the globe. For more on John’s journey, visit the USTOA blog.
Fairmont Banff Springs Resort
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Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

Banff
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Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, Canada
Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies
Hopefully the sun will shine brightly during your entire visit to Banff, but if you happen to be in search for activities as a storm passes through, the town has three museums worth checking out. The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies is impressive, especially considering that you'll find it in what is a small town and not one of Alberta's major cities. Its permanent displays cover the history of the area, from the First Nations to its development as a winter sports destination. Temporary exhibitions feature works by local artists inspired by the Canadian Rockies. It also has an excellent gift shop selling works by local artists as well as more conventional souvenirs and books on the area. John Newton traveled on Collette’s Canada’s Winter Wonderland tour as part of AFAR’s partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, and peace-of-mind to destinations across the globe. For more on John’s journey, visit the USTOA blog.
Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies
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Lake Louise

Lake Louise
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Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Canada
SnowDays
Winter in Alberta can be, well, cold and dark with short days and temperatures below freezing for weeks on end. To bring some brightness and cheer to the season, the month-long SnowDays festival in Banff and Lake Louise includes ice sculpture competitions, a seasonal ice-skating rink on Lake Louise when it is frozen solid, and a number of other events from concerts to skiing competitions. Visitors are more than welcome to join alongside locals in this popular celebration. John Newton traveled on Collette’s Canada’s Winter Wonderland tour as part of AFAR’s partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, and peace-of-mind to destinations across the globe. For more on John’s journey, visit the USTOA blog.
SnowDays
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Obijiway Prairie Complex

Windsor
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Obijiway Prairie Complex, Windsor, Canada
Obijiway Prairie Complex
Just across the Ambassador Bridge lies a native refuge that can’t be missed. Ojibway Prairie Complex is a 604-acre nature site encompassing five parks featuring flora and fauna as well as miles of hiking and walking trails for people of all levels. Admire the wildflower gardens or acres of savanna and tallgrass prairie.
Obijiway Prairie Complex
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Icefields Parkway

Improvement District No. 9
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Icefields Parkway, Improvement District No. 9, Canada
Icefields Parkway
When I asked the guide on the Collette Winter Wonderland trip how he would advise any traveler who had to choose between visiting Jasper and Banff, he ducked my question. Instead he said the one not-to-miss sight in the area is the Icefields Parkway, the 144-mile scenic highway that connects the two parks. I soon understood his answer. At every turn along this drive, you'll find vistas of soaring peaks, many capped with snow and ice year-round, beautiful valleys, and waterfalls, rushing in the summer and frozen into beautiful sculptures in the winter. There's a reason why this route has made so many lists of the world's most scenic drives. John Newton traveled on Collette’s Canada’s Winter Wonderland tour as part of AFAR’s partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, and peace-of-mind to destinations across the globe. For more on John’s journey, visit the USTOA blog.
Icefields Parkway
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Lake St. Clair Metropark

Harrison Charter Township
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Lake St. Clair Metropark, Harrison Charter Township, Michigan
Lake St. Clair Metropark
Locals often call Michigan “The Third Coast” and with good reason. With miles upon miles of shoreline, you don’t have to travel far to enjoy sun and sand come summer. Instead of heading to points north or west, Detroiters flock to Metropark in the summer. “Metro Beach,” as locals have dubbed the shoreline, is a haven for sunbathers and snowmobilers as the spot is open year-round for pleasure and thrill seekers of all ages. Guests can hike through meadows and marshlands, go ice fishing or meander along the 1600-foot boardwalk.
Lake St. Clair Metropark
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Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

Detroit
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Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, Michigan
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
With one of the largest African American populations in the nation, it’s no wonder Detroit would be home to one of the preeminent museums dedicated to African American culture. The Charles H. Wright Museum, named for its founder—an African American doctor—was built in 1965 and houses more than 35,000 artifacts spanning the history of the United States.
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
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Athabasca Falls

Jasper
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Athabasca Falls, Jasper, Canada
Athabasca Falls
Athabasca Falls is not among the world's largest waterfalls, but it is one of the most stunning found in the Canadian Rockies. The 80-foot waterfall is notable for the sheer force of the water that passes through a relatively narrow gorge. The soft limestone here has been carved by erosion into a number of potholes, creating a picturesque scene. Add to that the Caribbean blue water, thanks to the effect of silt known as rock flour (which is also responsible for Lake Louise's similar color), and the falls offers a number of postcard perfect views. Athabasca Falls is located not far from the town of Jasper at the beginning of the Icefields Parkway connecting Jasper and Banff. John Newton traveled on Collette’s Canada’s Winter Wonderland tour as part of AFAR’s partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, and peace-of-mind to destinations across the globe. For more on John’s journey, visit the USTOA blog.
Athabasca Falls
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The Henry Ford

Dearborn
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The Henry Ford, Dearborn, Michigan
The Henry Ford
Steeped in Detroit’s unique history of innovation, The Henry Ford, named after the automotive pioneer, is arguably one of the premier education sites in the city. Opened in 1933, the Dearborn cultural institution is home to a vast array of artifacts, including the rocking chair in which Abraham Lincoln was shot and Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park laboratory.
The Henry Ford
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Historic Fort Wayne

Detroit
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Historic Fort Wayne, Detroit, Michigan
Historic Fort Wayne
Military buffs will get their fill at Fort Wayne. The historic site, built in 1840, was the third fort in Detroit after the first two were destroyed by enemy fire. Open seasonally, the fort hosts guided tours by docents and houses the National Museum of the Tuskegee Airmen.
Historic Fort Wayne
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Jasper

Jasper
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Jasper, Jasper, Canada
Jasper
The primary reason to visit Jasper National Park is, of course, its natural beauty. The town of Jasper, however, makes for a pleasant low-key base. The town was established at the beginning of the 20th century and the park's Information Centre, seen here, is a historic landmark thanks to its rustic design that became typical of many other early national park buildings throughout the country. (It also houses a small gift store if you are looking for souvenirs or books on the ecology and history of the area.) The city's fire department and Anglican church are among the other charming alpine inspired buildings in town. You'll also find a number of restaurants, bars, and outfitters who can arrange excursions in the park from snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the winter to mountain bike rentals in the summer. John Newton traveled on Collette’s Canada’s Winter Wonderland tour as part of AFAR’s partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, and peace-of-mind to destinations across the globe. For more on John’s journey, visit the USTOA blog.
Jasper
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Pyramid Lake

Jasper
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Pyramid Lake, Jasper, Canada
Pyramid Lake
In the summer, Jasper National Park's Pyramid Lake is a popular spot to kayak, canoe, and explore via paddleboat, but when it freezes over visitors come here to try a number of winter activities including snowshoeing and dog sledding. On the southern edge of the lake in front of the Pyramid Lake Resort, an ice-skating rink is marked out and groomed. Don't imagine, however, that all these activities means the lake is busy and bustling. You won't have to travel far, whether over its frozen surface or paddling across it in summer, to be alone with views of the majestic peaks, including Pyramid Mountain, that surround the lake. John Newton traveled on Collette’s Canada’s Winter Wonderland tour as part of AFAR’s partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, and peace-of-mind to destinations across the globe. For more on John’s journey, visit the USTOA blog.
Pyramid Lake
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Jasper National Park

Jasper
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Jasper National Park, Jasper, Canada
Jasper National Park
Jasper National Park is the largest of the seven parks that form UNESCO's Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site (there are three other national parks and three British Columbia provincial parks). Jasper as well as neighboring Banff National Park are among the country's most visited parks in every season, though both are at their busiest in the summer. In the winter off-season some attractions are closed and some famous residents, like the black bears, are hibernating, but it is still possible to see much of the park's other wildlife—caribou, moose, foxes, wolves, mountain sheep and mountain goats among them—with far fewer people competing to get a photograph of them. John Newton traveled on Collette’s Canada’s Winter Wonderland tour as part of AFAR’s partnership with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, and peace-of-mind to destinations across the globe. For more on John’s journey, visit the USTOA blog.
Jasper National Park
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