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Am impressive array of condominiums, shops, and restaurants, connected by a riverwalk, run along the Christiana River.

Wilmington, Delaware

The Kennedy Center offers theater and musicals, dance and ballet, orchestral, chamber, jazz, popular, and folk music performances.

Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

Architect Eero Saarinen’s famous Gateway Arch

St. Louis, Missouri

The highly acclaimed Sante Opera, holds performances throughout the summer in a memorable open-air theater.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Aerial view of San Luis Obispo-Chorro Valley from Cuesta Ridge

San Luis Obispo, California

The city’s famous Paseo del Rio, or Riverwalk, is the thread that weaves through the heart of the city.

San Antonio, Texas

The city hosts a number of annual festivals and has its own ballet and symphony.

Richmond, Virginia

The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences features exhibits, dioramas of the state's natural habitats and the Acrocanthosaurus, also known as the "Terror of the South."

Raleigh, North Carolina

On Portland’s eastern skyline, the white pyramids of Mount Hood and Mount St. Helens are visible on clear days.

Portland, Oregon

The once bawdy past, centered along Two-bit Street, so named because you could buy most anything your heart desired for two bits, has been rechristened Historic 25th Street.

Ogden, Utah

The Oakland Museum of California is a first-rate history museum.

Oakland, California

A jewel in the bluegrass crown, the Keeneland Race Track, allows the public to watch morning workouts.

Lexington, Kentucky

Alachua Sink in Paynes Prairie State Preserve

Gainesville, Florida

The University of Michigan's 350-acre Matthaei Botanical Gardens includes nature trails and a conservatory.

Ann Arbor, Michigan

The Homestead, Emily Dickinson’s house in Amherst, Massachusetts. With The Evergreens, built by Emily’s father for her brother and his wife, the two houses comprise The Emily Dickinson Museum.

Amherst, Massachusetts

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