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    North America

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    Wind Creek State Park is situated on the banks of the beautiful Lake Martin. There are picnic tables and BBQs scattered around. Good swimming and fishing. Paddleboats are available as well.

    This place is awesome! It's a large area that seems to have been paused in time - especially with everyone dressed up and playing authentic games. We saw a civil war re-enactment and learnt all about the ways of the 1880s. There were many live demonstrations and the oldest brewery in the country.

    The Sky View is much better than the Space Needle. It is much taller and you get a great view of the city, Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker.

    This is a huge Mediterranean-style mansion that houses over 10,000 paintings, sculptures and prints. They also regularly have large exhibitions.

    This is a lovely place to visit. The staff are really helpful and will help you to work the telescopes and you can see loads of stars on the night visits. This really is a great thing to do for all ages!

    Places To Eat

    Great Italian food. The atmosphere is very nice, typical of what you expect at an Italian restaurant. They have a good menu and wine list.

    Great food and service. The place was very clean and the atmosphere was friendly.

    Casual and cosy, this was quite hidden away! We all enjoyed our meals and were lucky to get in without a reservation as it got quite busy - obviously it's a favorite for locals and tourists alike.

    This is a spectacular place, delicious and guilt free! Everything is fresh and organic, made with local produce. Stop by for smoothies like we did, or try the juice or sandwiches.

    Formerly an old auto garage, Eatz likes to keep food natural and authentic. The Mozzarella Chicken was absolutely divine, big ups to Dave (my NY friend) for recommending it! If I lived there I would definitely be a regular!

    Traveller Tips

    Commercial Street

    The downtown center is a great boutique shopping experience. Take a walk and explore the many unique shops in the area.

    For lovers of autumn/fall

    If sight-seeing is high up on your to-do list, make sure you visit Mont-Tremblant in the autumn/fall months of September, October and November. The trees in the hills and mountains nearby are beautiful when changing colour with the seasons.

    Lots to do at Hampton Beach

    If you like to be busy, mingling with the crowds, shopping etc Hampton Beach is for you. It feels frantic, and that is how a lot of people like it

    Bike trails

    No matter how old or fit you are you must beg, steal or borrow a bike and take one of Burlington's bike trails. They link with each other so you can explore a lot of the Burlington area at your own pace.

    Pretty town to stroll around

    Just strolling around Woodstock will give your spirits a lift. It is a very pretty town. The shops are attractive, there is a large variety, cafes are great.

    Facts about North America

    Squaw Lake Minnesota

    Native Americans from another part of MN gathered together and insisted they change the name of the town because of it's derogatory meaning toward women. The natives of Squaw lake refused and the name was not change. The lake was changed to Natures lake but the locals still call it Squaw Lake.

    The artistic center of Arizona

    Sedona has had a reputation as artistic destination since the great surrealist painter Max Ernst moved here in 1950, with many more famous artists following. Today there is a thriving artist colony and the city is home to over 40 art galleries.

    The Trembling Mountain

    Local Algonquins referred to the mountain as the "trembling mountain," which is how Mont Tremblant got its name.

    Buffalo Bill

    Buffalo Bill started working at age 11 when his father died, and he became a rider for the Pony Express when he was 14.


    Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello has 500,000 visitors a year.