We love this national park and are a little embarrassed to say we didn't know how awesome it was until we stumbled across it in 2016 on our way to Yellowstone. We actually liked this park MORE than Yellowstone, and can't wait to go back! The Tetons are INCREDIBLE!
We first came here in 2016 on our way to see my uncle in Bend. He suggested it to us and I can't believe I'd never heard of it. It's absolutely one of the most beautiful places in Oregon and a must-see as you're driving through!
I downloaded the family tree app years ago and LOVE IT. Coming here was a super fun interactive experience to get to discover your relatives and where you’ve come from. I would absolutely come here if you get the chance and are interested in your ancestry.
56 Broadway Street (Front, Asheville, NC 28801, USA
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We bought a Grandmother Moog back in November and were so excited to see the museum here in Asheville. I have a whole new appreciation for synthesizers and especially Dr. Bob! We left the museum even more fans of his work.
Thanks-Giving Square, 1627 Pacific Ave, Dallas, TX 75201, USA
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This began when four businessmen wanted the city of Dallas to be known not only for its economic accomplishments, but also for the enduring heart of its citizens. This meditative urban garden sits 15 feet below ground level and expressions of thanksgiving are found all around the square. The chapel of thanksgiving is the spiritual center of the square.The Glory Window contains one of the largest horizontally mounted stained glass windows in the world.
JFK died just 200 yards from this site on november 22 1963. The design is an empty tomb symbolizing Kennedy’s free spirit. Each column ends in a light fixture. At night, the light creates the illusion that the structure is supported by light itself. The memorial stands as a tribute to the joy and excitement of his life.