Though not technically in Las Vegas, the Hoover Dam, located on the border of Nevada and Arizona, is a worthy side trip from the city.
Monthly Archive: March 2012
Though Willemstad, Curaçao, is colorful anyway, the back alleys offer even more colorful street art.
Artist Roy Purcell painted a huge rock mural in Chloride, Arizona, in 1967, and visitors are welcome to visit anytime free of charge.
The small town of Iowa, Louisiana, still holds on to Mardi Gras’ early roots with the annual Iowa Chicken Run.
Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah is known for its brilliantly colored wildflowers.
Eco-friendly accommodations are all the rage, but what features really make a hotel green?
Las Vegas is normally known for its flash and splash, but the Smith Center is changing the face of arts and culture in the city.
When the weather was cooperating in Halong Bay, Vietnam, the reflections off the water were stunning!
The Photographer: Into Worn-Torn Afghanistan with Doctors Without Borders by Didier Lefèvre is a creative mix of graphic novel artwork and photography.
The network of underground rivers and natural cavities called cenotes on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, are unique in geology and history.