When it opened in 1954, the Fontainebleau was the largest and most luxurious hotel in South Florida. Morris Lapidus, the hotel's architect, included signature features like a 17,000-square-foot lobby with a now legendary staircase to nowhere, six acres of formal gardens designed to replicate Versailles, and antique furnishings to authentically convey the hotel's French period theme. In 2008, the resort completed a $1 billion renovation and expansion. The resort's 1,504 guest rooms include 846 rooms and suites in the original buildings. The 37-story Tresor and 18-story Sorrento, two new luxury all-suite towers located at the south end of the property, have 658 junior, one- and two-bedroom suites.
The Chicago River runs 156 miles through the greater Chicago area, including downtown. The river is especially known for the local custom of dyeing the water bright green for St. Patrick's Day.
Photo By: Cesar Russ Photography
Garden of the Gods Park
Soaring sandstone rock formations, snowcapped Pikes Peak and bright blue skies make up the stunning scenery at Garden of the Gods Park. This registered National Natural Landmark is located about 75 miles from Denver and offers trails for hiking and biking, rock climbing areas and picnic spots.
Photo By: Visit Denver
Red Velvet Funnel Cake
If you're looking for a traditional dessert taste with a fair food feel, go for this decadent red velvet funnel cake.
Host Carter Oosterhouse talks with Country Artist Ronnie Dunn pose for a photo in front of Dunn's barn during the filming of HGTV's Celebrity Motor Homes. Dunn has turned the barn into an office, man cave and place to get away and write songs. The barn has the same southwestern decor that his motor home has.