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Port Townsend is one of the places that everyone should visit. It is located at the northeastern tip of the Olympic Peninsula. The seaside beauty of this city goes well with its Victorian houses. The town did not begin to grow significantly until the end of the 19th century, when the Pacific Northwest Railway began to grow in the area, which was supposed to have its final station in Port Townsend. Eventually, however, the railroad ended in Seattle.
Kingston boasts an interesting history and cute shops. This is one of the most interesting places you can visit in the state of New York. It is approximately a two-hour drive from Manhattan. Picturesque Kingston is located in the north of the state at the foot of the vast Catskill Mountains.
Today's article on the United States will focus on visiting South Padre Island. There is a lot to deal with, whether you are looking for a more passive or active rest. Less than three thousand inhabitants live on the island. South Padre Island, or SPI, as locals call it, is the second longest island in the United States. Its total length is 180 km.
Marfa is a city known in the United States for an inexplicable and mysterious light phenomenon known as Marfa Lights, Marfa Mystery Lights or Marfa Ghost Lights. The locals began to observe this phenomenon long before the UFO sighting phenomenon spread with the Roswell incident in the second half of the 1940s, specifically in 1883. You may think that there must be something in the water when people observe such phenomena. True or not, water is important to Marfa. At the beginning of the 1980s, Marfa became a stop where steam locomotives replenished water supplies.
El Paso, the largest U.S. city on the border with Mexico, is located on the western outskirts of Texas on the left bank of the Rio Grande River, which forms the border with its southern neighbor. Places of interest to visit in El Paso include the El Paso Museum of Art with its valuable collection mapping the pre-Columbian era or Fort Bliss, one of the world's largest air defense centers and home to fascinating military museums. If you want to go outside the city, then Franklin Mountains State Park is waiting for you.
In the next part of our series, we go to Sandpoint, Idaho. The charming mountain town is very attractive for tourists. It is located on the northern shore of the largest lake in Idaho, Lake Pend Oreille, surrounded by the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
Today we will take you to the mountainous state of Montana, specifically to Philipsburg, which is located in the southwestern part of the state. This mountain town has a relatively interesting history, and is located on the Pintler Veteran's Memorial Scenic Highway, also known as Highway 1. This route is, by the way, an alternative to the more popular Interstate-90 for traveling between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks.
About 20 miles from Los Angeles is one of the most popular places in California that you may know from movies and series, Santa Monica. The main attraction of the city is, of course, the fantastic beach on the Pacific coast. However, the center is also interesting.
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea is a city approximately 50 miles north of Miami and is essentially part of the wider Miami conurbation. About 6,000 people live here, but even though it is a small town, it does not mean that it is boring. One of the most important places is Anglin's Square, which is located near the Atlantic coast. This colorful square is constantly bursting with life and it's great to sit on the terrace of one of the restaurants, breathe the fresh air blowing from the ocean and at the same time enjoy some good food. And you really choose here, especially if you like seafood and fish.
Today we will take you to the state of Minnesota, specifically to Rochester. It is the third largest city in the state, after Saint Paul and Minneapolis.
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