The Fly Ranch, located in Hualapai Flat, is home to several geysers. The most impressive one, Fly Geyser, was created by accident, making it a rarity in of nature. Even though it’s likely one of the best sights Nevada has to offer, even Nevada residents are not aware of the beauty in their back yard.
Have you ever wanted to eat out of a toilet-shaped bowl while sitting on a toilet? Courageous eaters in California’s San Gabriel Valley are getting the chance to do just that at the newly opened Magic Restroom Cafe in the City of Industry.
This former Sinclair station was built in 1950 and appears to be kept in immaculate condition. Owned by Paul Lemon, this gas station received 2011 Preservation Award from the Historic Fort Worth.
Watkins Glen State Park is in western New York, in the village of Watkins Glen, at the southern tip of Seneca Lake. Watkins Glen contains several small waterfalls, and is a really amazing place to visit especially for those who like the sight and sound of rock and water.
This unusual stone formation is located in the Wrangell-Petersburg Census Area, Alaska.
A world renowned tourist destination is “La Isla de la Munecas”- a Spanish name which means the Island of the dolls. This sad island was never meant to be a stop on tourists’ holiday itineraries. The Island of the Dolls was dedicated to the lost soul of a poor little girl who met her fate too soon.
Spotted Lake is a saline endorheic alkali lake located northwest of Osoyoos in British Columbia.