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  • Top 20 U.S. Historic Sites Recommended by Our Members

    In celebration of July 4th, Fodor's member MRand posed a question to fellow travelers in the United States forum: "What's the most impressive U.S. history site you've seen?". Over 75 nominations were posted. Unsurprisingly, many of the sites could be found in the country's capital, Washington, D.C., but there were also several located elsewhere in the U.S. and around the world. Below are just a few of the sites mentioned by members, as well as their description of their visit's experience.... What site do you think belongs on this list? Add your nomination... Monticello Charlottesville, VA... "Monticello. On a fall morning, fog covering the valley below, only about a dozen people there" -- mrand... Have you been here? Rate and review this experience... The Lincoln Memorial Washington, D.C.... "The Lincoln Memorial - not only for all the obvious reasons - but also because of it's later symbolic associations - including Marion Anderson's concert there after being barred from using the DAR Hall because she...

    Posted by Fodor's Community Members on July 08, 2009 at 10:51:17 AM EDT in Tagged: Aquarium, oktoberfest, Oktoberfest, fall, Fall, canterbury, Canterbury, christchurch
  • So Many Lighthouses, So Little Time

    A great way to see some of the best lighthouses on the East Coast...

    Posted by Alexis Kelly on August 08, 2007 at 11:58:59 PM EDT in Trip Ideas
  • Literary Baltimore

    Baltimore does not belong to one writer. Instead, this southernmost of northern cities belongs to many, from Francis Scott Key, who penned the words to the national anthem after watching the bombardment of Ft. McHenry during the War of 1812, to Anne Tyler, a contemporary writer who captures the quirkiness of Baltimore and its inhabitants in novels such as The Accidental Tourist.

    Posted by Fodor's Editors on September 22, 2000 at 5:07:29 PM EDT in Trip Ideas Tagged: Babymoon, macau, Macau

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