TOP 10 things to do in LAS VEGAS in 2019 | City Guide
In this video we’ll show you 10 best things to do in Las Vegas beside gambling and nightlife.
Things to do in Nevada Travel Guide | USA Road Trip 2017
Join us as we visit Nevada state covering attractions outside of Las Vegas on a USA road trip of a lifetime focusing on outdoor adventures in our things to do in Nevada travel guide. As many know tourism in Nevada is often focused around a trip to Las Vegas; however, what many may not know is that the state of Nevada features a plethora of National Parks, fascinating highways and roadside attractions worth visiting. Come along as we hop in our Camaro rental car exploring as much of Nevada as we possibly can on a three-day #NevadaStories road trip.
Things to do in Nevada Travel Itinerary:
1) Picking up our rental car and breakfast in Las Vegas, Nevada
2) Visiting Lake Mead National Recreation Area for a short hike in Nevada
3) Visiting the Hoover Dam in Nevada
4) Black Canyon kayaking tour visiting the Emerald Cave
5) Drove to Mesquite, Nevada to stay overnight
1) Visited the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada exploring Fire Arch Rock, White Domes, Rainbow Vista and Atlatl Rock
2) Road trip on Highway 93 to Alamo, NV
3) Checked in to the Windmill Lodge with a hotel tour of our room
4) Dinner at the Windmill Ridge restaurant eating barbecue ribs, mashed potatoes and peanut butter bar for dessert
1) Pahranagat national wildlife refuge to spot birds and walk around in nature
2) ET Fresh Jerky for delicious Alien jerky and to buy alien sunglasses
3) Driving on the Extraterrestrial Highway on our USA road trip (aka Nevada State Route 375)
4) Alien Research Center in Hiko, Nevada *(Wed-Sun 11am to 6pm)*
5) Alien Black Mailbox to communicate with Aliens
6) Visiting Little A'le'Inn in Rachel, Nevada on the Extraterrestrial Highway
7) Touring Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for sunset
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Things to do in Nevada Travel Guide | USA Road Trip 2017 Video Transcript:
Our trip began in Las Vegas, but having already been there before, we wasted no time on the Strip. After a short night’s rest, we grabbed a hearty breakfast, hopped in our rental car, and hit the road for our first stop of the day: Lake Mead.
Hoover Dam is one of the most visited attractions in Nevada with as many as 1 million people taking the tour every year, and even more driving across the dam.
Fun fact: there is enough concrete in Hoover Dam to build a 4 foot wide sidewalk around the Earth at the Equator. That’s a whole lot of concrete!
Kayaking in Black Canyon was the highlight of the day. We lucked out with blue skies, calm waters, and the scenery was pretty spectacular - especially once we entered the canyon.
Halfway up stream we took a break from kayaking and went on a short hike.
We also stopped at the Emerald Cave, which gets it’s name from the bright emerald green colour reflected in the water.
We had an hour’s journey to reach the Valley of Fire that morning, and it was a very leisurely drive down some scenic stretches of road. We knew we were getting closer to the park when we noticed the landscape colours started becoming more saturated.
Once we entered Valley of Fire State Park, the fun began. This park is known for its rock formations, panoramic vistas, and hiking trails, so there was no shortage of things to see and do.
Back on the road, we hit our first stop on the ET Highway: ET Fresh Jerky! This is an alien-themed shop selling everything from martian soda to alien sunglasses, so we used this as an opportunity to load up on snacks.
After stopping for photos at the ET Highway marker which is covered in stickers, we journeyed on to the Alien Research Centre, which is pretty hard to miss considering they have a giant metal alien standing guard on a hill.
Out front, we spotted a UFO-towing pick-up truck and a green alien welcoming earthlings, while inside we were surrounded by Area 51 warning signs and all sorts of alien-themed souvenirs.
And then it was time to turn around, drive back to Vegas, and fly back home,.
A surprise addition to our Nevada travel guide was visiting Red Rock Canyon, which is just a 20-minute drive from the Vegas Strip.
Our final thoughts? There are way more things to do in Nevada than just Las Vegas and we’re glad we got to experience a mix of nature and quirky attractions on this mini USA road trip! If you have any other suggestions of cool things to see and do around the state, feel free to leave your recommendations in the comments below.
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TOP 13. Beautiful Nature Attractions in California, United States
TOP 13. Beautiful Nature Attractions in California, United States: Alcatraz Island, Yosemite National Park, Point Lobos State Reserve, Yosemite National Park, Muir Woods National Monument, Marin Headlands Marin County, La Jolla Cove La Jolla, Giant Forest, Botanical Gardens San Marino, Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, San Francisco Bay, Monterey Bay, Lands End San Francisco
A Walk Up The Crescent, Avalon, Catalina Island
Avalon is the only incorporated city on Santa Catalina Island of the California Channel Islands, and the southernmost city in Los Angeles County. The population was 3,728 at the 2010 census.
From the late 19th century to the early 20th century, several different developers tried to develop Avalon into a resort destination community, but most went bankrupt. In 1919, William Wrigley, Jr. gained control of Avalon. Wrigley oversaw much of the development of Avalon, including the construction of the landmark Catalina Casino.
The city remains primarily a resort community. Most of the waterfront is dominated by tourism-oriented businesses. The older parts of the town on the valley floor consist primarily of small houses and two and three-story buildings in various traditional architectural styles. Avalon attracts about 1 million visitors a year and is frequently visited by cruise ships.
The City of Avalon is oriented around Avalon Bay, with the harbor and beaches forming the center of the town's activity. The Cabrillo Mole, located at the south end of the harbor, acts both as a breakwater and the main docks for the cross-channel passenger boats. Many of the commercial businesses dedicated to serving visitors are located along the Crescent Street pedestrian mall, which runs just behind the three main beaches of Avalon Bay. The pedestrian walkway is adorned throughout with decorative pavers, fountains, palm trees, and a decorative serpentine seawall. Many of these features were introduced to Avalon during an extensive re-design undertaken by Philip K. Wrigley in 1934. Extending out into the center of the harbor is the green Pleasure Pier. The north end of the harbor is dominated by the Catalina Casino. Built in a style described as a cross between Art Deco and Mediterranean Revival, the Casino serves as Avalon's most distinctive landmark.
Visit The Huntington Museum & Gardens For Free!
The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens (or The Huntington) is a collections-based educational and research institution established by Henry E. Huntington (1850–1927) and located in Los Angeles County at San Marino, California, on the western coast of the United States.
In addition to the library, the institution houses an extensive art collection with a focus in 18th and 19th-century European art and 17th to mid-20th-century American art. The property also includes approximately 120 acres of specialized botanical landscaped gardens, most notably the Japanese Garden, the Desert Garden, and the Chinese Garden (Liu Fang Yuan).
The first Thursday of every month is Free Day and admission to the Huntington is free. You must reserve a ticket in advanced via their website ( By taking advantage of free admission you can save up to $25.00 per person.
1151 Oxford Rd
San Marino, CA 91108
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Famous places in Los Ángeles / Lugares famosos en los Ángeles[IGEO.TV]
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Los Ángeles, es la ciudad más poblada del estado estadounidense de California y la segunda de Estados Unidos tras Nueva York, con una población de 3 792 621 habitantes según el censo de 2010.
Los Ángeles es la ciudad más grande de California y también de Estados Unidos. Le sorprenderá la cantidad de edificios bajos que se mezclan con las altas palmeras, y algunos rascacielos en zonas aisladas, que dan unos contrastes a la ciudad que le dejará impresionado.
Si van buscando el centro de Los Ángeles, lo tendrá complicado ya que no hay ninguno determinado. La ciudad está conformada de una multitud de comunidades distintas unidas por autopistas y rutas. Esta es la riqueza de Los Ángeles, ya que la multitud de personalidades y culturas que se mezclan en ella es impresionante, y la convierten en una ciudad muy cosmopolita. Quizás una buena opción una vez aterrizado en la ciudad sea la de alquilar un coche para poder disfrutar de cada rincón, y Los Ángeles ofrecen una multitud de servicios para ello. Las autopistas son el mejor y más rápido medio para moverse por la región.
La ciudad posee dos centros de información para los turistas donde le informarán acerca de todo. Os facilitamos las direcciones: Oficina de Información Turística del Downtown685 South Figueroa Street, entre Wilshire Boulevard y Seventh Street Tel: (213) 624 7300 ó 1 800 228 2452. Página web: seemyla.com Horario: Lunes a viernes 08.30-17.00 Oficina de Información Turística de Hollywood6801 Hollywood Boulevard Tel: (323) 467 6412. Horario: Todos los días 10.00-22.00
Los Angeles is the most populous state of California and the second city in the United States after New York, with a population of 3,792,621 inhabitants according to the 2010 census.
Los Angeles is the largest city in California and the United States. You will be surprised the amount of low buildings that blend with tall palm trees, and some skyscrapers in isolated areas, giving a contrast to the city that will impress.
If you are looking for downtown Los Angeles, it will complicated because there are none given. The city is made up of a multitude of different communities linked by highways and roads. This is the wealth of Los Angeles, as the multitude of personalities and cultures that blend in it is awesome, and make it a very cosmopolitan city. Perhaps a good option once landed in the city is to rent a car to enjoy every corner, and Los Angeles offer a multitude of services for it. Highways are the best and quickest means to get around the region.
The city has two information centers for tourists who will inform you about everything. We facilitate addresses: Tourist Information Downtown685 South Figueroa Street, between Wilshire Boulevard and Seventh Street Tel: (213) 624 7300 or 1800228 2452. Website: seemyla.com Hours: Monday to Friday 08.30-17.00 Tourist Information Office of Hollywood6801 Hollywood Boulevard Tel: (323) 467 6412. Hours: Daily 10.00-22.00
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