The Junk Gypsies brought in color by painting the staircase wall bright blue. Comfortable leather furniture with festive pillows welcomes guests to sit and relax. A Native American style rug brings warmth and an atmosphere of the American West. A campfire collage made from scrap metal and Western belts adds a playful focal point above the fireplace, as seen on GAC's Junk Gypsies. (After #1)
Typical Designer Shoes and Handbags Found at L.A. Estate Sales
Very lightly, if ever, worn designer shoes and handbags, like these Louis Vuittons, Doc Martens and Louboutins, are common finds at Los Angeles area estate sales.
Photo By: Succor Estate Sales
Play Ball at Coors Field
Named for the Coors Brewing Company, the 76-acre Coors Field is home to Denver's beloved Major League Baseball team, the Colorado Rockies. Original plans for the ballpark called for a seating capacity of 43,000, but after the Rockies attracted nearly 4.5 million fans in their first season, seating was increased to 50,000. The ballpark opened in 1995 and consistently draws baseball fans to Denver's LoDo neighborhood.
Photo By: Visit Denver
The Darkness Haunted House: St. Louis
Since opening its horror-filled halls in 1994, this multimillion-dollar attraction has spared no expense to make your skin crawl. A single room in this 36,000-square-foot fear factory can cost up to $100,000 to create, and they've got more than 30 -- each with a unique theme, terrifyingly realistic props and Hollywood-caliber animatronic monsters. Filled with slithering snakes, giant spiders, killer clowns and creepy undead creatures, every inch of this haunted house is designed to push your panic button.
Photo By: Larry Kirchner
Chico, National Yo-Yo Museum
Key West Historic Neighborhood Sign
The historic district is also the center of Key West's tourism industry -- which leads to some tension. These signs are intended to help educate tourists that they are visiting a residential neighborhood.
Friendship Fountain in Jacksonville, Fla.
When it was completed in 1965, Friendship Fountain in downtown Jacksonville was the world's largest and tallest fountain, with pumps that could push water 10 stories high. In 2011 the fountain underwent a $3 million restoration: Walkways and picnic areas were added around the fountain, and colorful lights were incorporated for an incredible show at night.
The pier at Folly Beach is one of the area's best places for saltwater fishing.
Chicago Theater: Neo-Baroque and French Revival Style
Constructed in 1921 as a movie theater, The Chicago Theatre was designed by architects Cornelius W. Rapp and George L. Rapp in their signature Neo-Baroque, French Revival style.
Photo By: Cesar Russ Photography
Cranberry Bog in Middleborough, Mass.
You'll likely find a touch of Middleborough on your holiday dinner table: It's the cranberry capital of the world. The Ocean Spray company, headquartered here, is surrounded by acres of cranberry bogs and still gets much of its crop from area families who have been in the business for generations.
Installed in 1976, “The Boy with The Thorn” statue in the hotel's courtyard is by sculptor Bernard Zuckermann, a replica of the original housed in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. The sculpture is considered one of Country Club Plaza's crown jewels.