Denver's Union Station is over 100 years old, and its historic and distinctive architecture was protected throughout the extensive redevelopment project. It houses restaurants, a hotel, and in 2016 will be accessible via the Denver International Airport.
Photo By: Ellen Jaskol
Memorial Drive in Atlanta, 1944
The streetcar connected neighborhoods surrounding Ponce de Leon all the way to Memorial Drive.
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Country Music Artist Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland
LAS VEGAS, NV - APRIL 02: Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland attends the Lionel Richie and Friends in Concert presented by ACM held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 2, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/ACMA2012/Getty Images for ACM)
Mt. Olympus Theme Park and Waterpark – Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
Mt. Olympus is an amusement park junky's dream. Stay overnight in the Mt. Olympus resort, then head out to explore all four parks: indoor and outdoor theme park, and an indoor and outdoor water park. For a real thrill, test your wits on the Hades 360, the world's first upside down, underground, wooden roller coaster.
GAC's new series Farm Kings.
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Silver Dollar City: Branson, Mo.
Nestled in the Ozark Mountains about 250 miles from St. Louis, this Missouri town explodes with Christmas cheer during its six-week Branson Area Festival of Lights. While the entire town is illuminated, one of the brightest places to be is Silver Dollar City, a theme park within Branson that embraces 1880s Ozark culture. A five-story, special-effects Christmas tree towers over the park, lighting up in sync with favorite Christmas songs. And every night during the Gifts of Christmas Holiday Parade, eight musical floats adorned with 100,000 lights roll through the streets of the "city." About 1.5 million people visit Branson each year to admire the town's amazing holiday displays.
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Truckee River Winery in Truckee, Calif.
Truckee River Winery is the highest and coldest winery, preparing some of the most-unique and flavorful vintages in the region. Sample an array of flavors all made locally and then pair one with a homemade panini. Once you pick a favorite, grab a bottle and play bocce ball or horseshoes outside.
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Seattle, Washington, at Sunset
Framed by two jaw-dropping mountain ranges and spread out over saltwater bays and freshwater lakes, it’s no wonder Seattle is called The Emerald City; it’s a gem.
Kimberly experiences life on a dairy farm, then heads to the kitchen to prepare dishes using the dairy products she worked to make on the farm, as seen on Season 2 of Great American Country's Kimberly's Simply Southern.