Purpleteen's crown jewel of Best Desties is undoubtedly Yellowstone National Park! This incredible garden of wildlife, waterfalls, natural hot springs, and endless breathtaking scenic views cannot be compared to anything else –period! Indeed this is why in 1872 President Ulysses S. Grant and U.S. Congress enacted a law honoring this pristine territory our country's first National Park.
The Big Apple A.K.A New York City is an amazing destination with eight million and five hundred thousand people from nearly all walks of life calling it home base. The city has two international airports named John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia, together both handle approximately eighty million passengers yearly.
If given one choice to visit a place on Earth, it very well could be Washington, D.C. –inarguably capital of the greatest nation on Earth! Calling it another of humankind's "greatest wonders" deservingly describes its epically colossal monuments. Appropriately named after George Washington, the Continental Army's first Commander-in-Chief and the very first President of the United States respectively. In summary, Washington D.C. offers museums, "White House", "U.S. Capitol" and the Supreme Court Building, all situated on or about the truly formidable National Mall itself.
This picturesque town is known for world class skiing, restaurants and famous brand boutique shopping. Oftentimes you can see celebrities including Lindsey Vonn, giving a lucky recipient or two an autograph for keepsake! Practically a stone's throw from Salt Lake City and accompanying international airport, it's no less than a nonstop, year-round, majestic wonderland for all age groups.
Cocoa Beach might be one of the best vacations ever! There's lots of fun and play on this barrier island located in East Central Florida. First you could explore Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and their collection of previous Space Age rockets, including the Apollo Saturn V, an astonishing three hundred and sixty-three feet from head to tail in length. During our vacation, a company named SpaceX launched a Falcon-9 rocket here. It was unbelievable when the exhaust percussion effect overwhelmed our entire group like a major earthquake.
Best kept secret of any desert location! Why else would no less than twenty-five resort hotels and motel brands, two museums, several RV parks, and full service campgrounds be located here? Shop the nearby "Navajo Nation" for breathtaking robin's egg blue turquoise jewelry. A stone's toss away, have lots of fun boating on gorgeous Lake Powell or hiking the spectacular Rainbow Bridge National Monument. Pictured above is the globally famous archway to the desert. The memories you'll collect –will last forever...
Load up the gear –we're off to do that Hollywood thing! There's so much to do in Los Angeles, an atlas of the city is often necessary to see and explore everything in this sprawling metropolis. Therefore we shall keep this article simple, and begin with finding a vacant space for "your star to be" on that truly coveted Hollywood Walk of Fame. Besides, if Marilyn Monroe can have a terrazzo and brass star there, someday little miss starlet you, can have "one of her very own too"!
The Emerald City is a great place to visit. From atop the famous Space Needle one can enjoy the majestic breathtaking panoramic view of Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains alike. Mount Rainier, one of the mightiest stratovolcanoes on Earth continues its reign as the most prominent feature in all of Northwest America. Has your family, relatives or friends ever seen an active volcano? Don’t be surprised to know the majority of people haven’t seen one either. This landmark alone is definitely a superstar attraction in our series of PurpleTeen "Places to Visit"!
Tourists love this destination and nothing less should be explanatory to Miami having a splendid atmosphere for visitors to explore and enjoy alike! Clothing etiquette isn't an issue either, wear what ever your heart desires for the world renowned Art Deco District as well. Change your outfit again, maybe a bikini for the ladies and board shorts for gentlemen when swimming in warm water upon truly gorgeous beaches. While you're here don't forget to visit the Miami Circle! It's one of the most astounding archaeological sites discovered and excavated in North America. It was constructed by the Tequesta Natives approximately three thousand years ago. Located on Biscayne Bay, it's considered the oldest known permanent settlement on America's Atlantic coastline.
Cherokee, North Carolina –you are definitely one of its own for families wanting to experience and enjoy the Great Smokey Mountains. Its tranquil atmosphere and rejuvenating aroma of abundant Spruce and Fir Pine alike, bring with it a transformation entirely of its own making!