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Las Vegas is the gambling mecca of the world. But what has Vegas got to offer if you're just not into gambling? Actually, there are lots of fabulous things to keep you entertained in sin city. In no particular order, here are my top ten things to see and do in and around Las Vegas besides gambling.
The drive through Death Valley National Park was yet another highlight along the route of our South West US road trip. Death Valley possesses a sun-bleached grandeur, and desolate sense of vastness intersperced with green shrubs, vivid striata, sparkling white salt flats and open-air history.
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Yosemite National Park is known for its incredible natural beauty, giant sequoia trees, iconic vistas, gushing waterfalls, green meadows and the towering granite giants of El Capitan and Half Dome cliffs. But what if you only have a day to explore? Here are my tips to help you get the best out of a day in Yosemite.
When I hear Monterey mentioned I get a memory flash of dazzling cobalt blue so it doesn't surprise me that Monterey has been described as the 'greatest meeting of land, sea and sky'. It's also teeming with wildlife - here's what we spotted in one day in Monterey...