Mushroom like rock formations have always attracted tourists. It might have taken millions of years to take the present shape and some of these may take still new shape due to erosion taking place now.
Balanced rocks have been fascinating tourists in different parts of the world. Defying the laws of gravity these rocks continued to stay in precarious positions irrespective of vagaries of nature.
Stonehenge is an impressively huge monument on the Salisbury Plain in Southern England> It was composed of about 30 sarsens (upright stones) over 10 feet tall and up to 45 tons in weight. These were aligned in a circle with lintels (horizontal stones) about 6 tons each on top of them. Many theories...
When Route 66 first opened, it provided a nearly cross-country road for families to travel. Many towns and attractions popped up along the popular vacation route. However, as interstate highways bypassed these towns, they turned into ghost towns.
This article discussed the tragedy disappearing rain forests around the globe. The rainforests are comprised of four layer which are each described. The medicinal plants, the flowers and the rainforest animals are also reviewed.
Gravesend is an area full of tunnels and deep caverns. The reason is smugglers tunnels, very deep Dene Holes, under river tunnel, air raid shelter tunnels, secret underground sabotage hide outs and underground nuclear bunkers.
40,000 trees were killed on Galveston Island during Hurrican Ike in 2008. The city found chain saw sculptors to work on the trees in the historic district with amazing results. A must see when you visit Galveston!
Topanga Canyon is a gorgeous road that winds all the way from the Pacific Coast Highway through the Santa Monica Mountains, leaving you off in the San Fernando Valley. It has a legendary rock n' roll lineage and evokes visions of surfers driving...
Glaciers are huge masses of ice that are formed due to accumulation of snow over the period of thousands of years. Glaciers can be small or large depending upon their mass. They are the greatest fresh water reservoirs of the world. Glaciers are a...
At just 60 acres, Maryland's St. Clement's Island is small--and getting smaller. But St. Clement's slow disappearing act is perhaps the least compelling reason to visit it. Known as "Maryland's Birthplace," the island is a truly unique locale rich in history and natural beauty.