274. This city sits in the desert. Its pretty cool to see it too as there is a huge mountain on one side of the city and the plains in which the city is built right next to it. I’m always amazed at how it all works whenever I visit. It’s pretty dry and hot out here, but yet still there are beautiful golf courses, well manicured lawns and then bone dry desert right next door. The combination of all this is worth seeing for yourself.
Category: United States
Jefferson City, Missouri USA is a university town (Lincoln University) located in the Midwest of the country. With a vibrant downtown and many historic buildings, its worthwhile visiting. It is also the state capital, so you can explore the Capitol Building which is just next to the Missouri River. Plus its got an old prison you can visit too.
You are perhaps wondering why an airport is an unfamiliar destination. Well, this airport still has the same terminal from the early 1940s. The only other one I know of with a similar 1940s design is at Hobby-Airport, but that terminal is now a museum. The one in Long Beach is still in use!
237. This area sits just outside of Washington D.C. and you more than likely have never been there although you’ve perhaps been to the nation’s capital city. It’s a whole different experience when you visit, plus you see the span of the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge and enjoy the attractions.
236. Santa Clara, the small town next to the large city of San Jose. See, you’ve perhaps been to San Jose, but never Santa Clara, right? It sits in the heart of Silicon Valley and actually has a few things to do that will surprise you. You should next time you are in the area.