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June 27, 2008

All American Vacations

All_american_vacations July 4 is approaching soon and it's time to have fun. Americans celebrate their independence in a variety of ways including picnics, barbeques, and fireworks shows. Why not try something new and visit one of our great American locales all over the country?

Visit Beautiful National Parks
America is a country with much natural beauty. What better way to see the country's breathtaking landscape than to visit one of the national parks the United States has to offer? The US has over 70 national parks, so it's likely you will find one near you. National parks have a wide range of outdoor activities, wildlife, and sometimes historic architecture, while providing beautiful scenery for you and your family to take in. For more information on visiting one of America's national parks, visit RTM's Ageless Facination: America's National Parks article.

See a Monument
If nature isn't your thing, America offers lots of national monuments that you can discover. Seeing the national monuments can be an amazing experience when you see the sheer size and craftsmanship in person. There isn't an American national monument that isn't important to this country, so see as many as you can. For mroe information about national monuments, visit RTM's article America's Greatest Monuments.

Visit Our National's Capital
If you want to visit our national capital around the holiday, Washington D.C. has plenty of activities for you. The District of Columbia is home to some of America's most well-known museums such as the Smithsonian and the National Gallery of Art, meaningful memorials to presidents Lincoln and Jefferson as well as Vietnam veterans and is the the official lawmaking center of the country. If all of that excitement isn't enough, the White House offers Fourth of July activities, including fireworks on the front lawn. For more information on Washington D.C., visit RTM's Travel Directory Washington D.C. section.


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