Travelog: Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Day 4

Established in 1872, Yellowstone national park is the first national park of the world. And one of the largest. Spread over approximately 3472 square miles of water, grasslands, forests, hot springs and geysers, Yellowstone national park is tightly bound ecosystem that demands discipline and dedication not only from members of national park services but millions …

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Travelog: Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Day 2

Passing through same endless stretches of grassy knolls and hills lushly covered with grazing green in Wyoming, We craved more for exotic scenery of Grand Teton that was almost 500 miles away. It was biggest stretch of driving as per the plan; from Hill City, SD to Tetonia, Idaho. Starting early, we were anticipating the …

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Travelog: Most ancient and omnipresent desire of the world. Day 7

Apart from ever-present casinos, late night bars, signature food joints, live shows (erotic and otherwise), music and lots of other fanfare, Vegas is destination for unique museums and curio shops. Last time we were in Vegas, we devoted last day to such excursion that includes "never-before-seen" take on human body; museum of Bodies. Straight out …

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Travelog: Eye in the sky, lake of clouds and circuit of Presque Isle. Pure Michigan Day 4

Following the crude map, handed over to us by receptionist, was proven more difficult than expected given the fact that road we required to turn in was not road in itself.  Unpaved rugged track, decorated with ditch and potholes, shielded on both side by thicket and brambles and width to pass on single vehicle in …

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