New York, New York, United States
Hook & Ladder No. 8
Who you gunna call?
Who you gunna call?
In 1919, 94 farmers came together to form a cooperative, realizing that they were better off working together in dairy than independently.AWA Visted Here
For a taste of luxurious libation inspired by one of history’s most celebrated ships, you’ll need to travel far, far away from the ocean…AWA Visted Here
A harbor possibly holding buried treasure.AWA Visted Here
This historic & picturesque Lifeboat Station was remodeled into private residence.
When choosing a location for their new home, Southport Savings Bank decided to keep an eye on their competition, by moving in right across the street.
Welcome to Dogfish Head point, home to beer, lobster, and lobster beer.AWA Visted Here
A former Keeper of this lighthouse is the only person to be awarded both the Medal of Honor and the Gold Lifesaving Medal–America’s highest military and civilian decorations.AWA Visted Here
The colorful facade of this Greek church stands out among the traditionally blue and white buildings on the island of Paros.
One of the last "Working Men's Clubs" in London, Mildmay is a testament to Community and belonging.
Some houses have bricks, others have stones... this house has a cannonball.AWA Visted Here
A modern theater that once was packed full of moviegoers hoping to"phone home."
Overlooking Hartford, this Bavarian-style tower fulfilled a promise made by young lovers.AWA Visted Here
Owing its name to two Queens, this hall is located in one of the oldest colleges at Cambridge University.AWA Visted Here
This lighthouse is built near a forest once used for archery by an ancient king.
Though the active volcano on this Spanish Island might give you pause, the sights, wines, and beaches are like as Siren's call.
Change before you have to, they say. For this historic theater? Lesson learned.
Venice's "The Phoenix" Theater has literally burned and risen from the ashes - multiple times.
This bright red post office holds more than your typical letter.
This island is inhabited by humans, seals---and selkies.
This lighthouse is located on the most south-westerly point in Europe.
Discover the mountain treasures of Idaho Springs, the birthplace of the Colorado Gold Rush and home of the first commercialized hot springs in America.AWA Visted Here
The small, rugged town of Grand Junction was once no more than a pit stop along the train route between Denver and Salt Lake City. Then came the Avalon.AWA Visted Here
Coming here since 1961, campers have come to the Poconos to take part in Camp Timber Tops---we hope the cabins have heating.
"Don’t let Petit-Rocher’s size fool you — its story is as grand as its traditions. Step into this tiny French enclave and be transported to another time."
In order to stave off disaster, many believers on Terceira Island in the Azores go on elaborate processions just as their ancestors did eight centuries ago.
Amongst the glittering lake and Alpine background lies a palace fit for a "mad" king.
This remote landing finds itself in a triangle of volcanic activity.
Don’t let this church’s size fool you — its halls may be small, but the tale of its determined beginnings and its miraculous revival is a grand one.
Sip a cappuccino and hop on the lift as we dive in to one of Italy's national pastimes.
Though billed as Knoxville’s “Grand Entertainment Palace,” the Tennessee Theatre has never actually housed any royal residents.
While Jazz Age socialites flocked to this iconic hotel--some guests couldn't wait to fly away!AWA Visted Here
Most of the tales we hear about America’s early days are led by protagonists named Franklin, Madison, or Adams… but not this time.AWA Visted Here
Nicknamed the Wonder Theatre of the World.
This Philadelphia museum is the oldest in the United States, and home to a prestigious art school for gifted, aspiring artists eager to hone their craft.AWA Visted Here
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