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The 7 Best National Parks in the United States…

Almost 280 million people visit National Parks in the U.S. each year.

And it’s no surprise.

The U.S. is home to a whopping 59 National Parks across 27 states.

But of those 59, just seven rise above the rest for their stunning scenery and unique natural elements.

Find out which national park made the cut and why…

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The Shocking Truth of the Famed Roswell Alien…

Whether you believe in them or not, aliens have arrived and are taking over pop culture with a vengeance.

From Cartman’s anal probe on South Park to the Aliens movies featuring Sigourney Weaver, extra terrestrial publicity has been long lived.

What better place to probe your curiosity than in the controversial UFO sighting hotspot of Roswell, New Mexico.

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The Best Place to Admire Southwest Art…

“All of the earth colors on a painter’s palette,” Georgia O’Keeffe said, “are out there in the many miles of badlands.”

Fortunately for us, she used all of them in her many years of residency in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  The picturesque desert town inhabited by Pueblo tribes, Mexican caballeros and American ranchers provided a perfect home for the New York painter.

Flash forward fifty years, and Santa Fe has become an artistic boom town.  Named an official UNESCO Creative City, where galleries, studios and exhibitions abound, the town regularly finds itself atop guidebooks’ “Where to Go” lists.  If you do decide to take an artistic pilgrimage to the city of “Holy Faith,” be warned: O’Keefe thought she was only going for a visit, before making the badlands her home.

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Bat Caves & Big Rooms; Carlsbad, New Mexico

After seeing the massive, underground cave chamber known as the Bat Cave, you might start to believe in Batman too.

Carlsbad Cavern boasts arguably the best cave system in North America.

From the Big Room spanning at 4,000 feet (1,220 m) long, 625 feet (191 m) wide, and 255 feet (78 m) high to the Bat Cave with nonthreatening Mexican Free-tailed Bats, these caves have it all.

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Kicks On Route 66

It may be the most celebrated highway in the world. Emblematic of a newly motorized country discovering it was free to go wherever it pleased, Route 66 quickly became immortalized in song, literature, theater and legend. Route 66 is not just a road, it’s “The Main Street of America,” a highway of history and adventure.

Almost 90 years after it was established, a journey along this iconic thoroughfare is still considered the ultimate American road trip.Continue